Here's how this University of Utah student took kindness to New York City
University of Utah student Annie Condon will often draw inspirational thoughts on the sidewalk around campus in between her classes. But last week, she took that practice to New York City.
Pacific Islander Studies to Expand at University of Utah
A $600,000 grant from the Andrew W. Mellon Foundation is accelerating the work of faculty, staff and students at the University of Utah who are committed to making the institution a national leader in Pacific Islander (PI) Studies and a collaborative resource for PI communities.
White Nationalist Groups Increase Recruiting And Propaganda Across The West
Authorities are looking into whether the suspect in last week's terror attack on two mosques in New Zealand was inspired by an emerging, European-based breed of white nationalism. The identitarian movement, formed in France in 2016, broadly believes that white people in Europe and North America are being displaced by non-European immigrants.
Distant Relatives' Medical History May Indicate Your Risk For Alzheimer's Disease
Knowing the incidence of dementia in first-degree relatives, as well as distant family members, may indicate an individual's risk of Alzheimer's disease.
Third Utah child dies of flu this season
The flu has now claimed the lives of three Utah children this season in what doctors are calling one of the worst influenza outbreaks in years.
Remaining Salt Lake City mayoral candidates express shock, well wishes after Biskupski's drop out
Biskupski's exit opens race wide open, leaves Dabakis likely frontrunner, political expert says