U’s Kingsbury Hall Chief Also Assumes Academic Role for First Time

Since 1930, Kingsbury Hall has served Utah as a performance hall of the first order, delivering diverse artistic performances to the University of Utah community as well as audiences from the greater Wasatch Front. Now, with new leadership, Kingsbury Hall will as well become a keystone in University’s academic mission to integrate arts into the student experience. Read More

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O Brother Band Kicks Off Bluegrass & BBQ Series at NHMU

August 11, 2014 – Make an evening of your museum visit this summer and enjoy some toe-tapping music, delectable barbecue and incredible views of the Salt Lake Valley. In conjunction with its newest exhibit, “The Horse,” the Natural History Museum of Utah at the Rio Tinto Center is offering three nights of free bluegrass music Read More


What do You do When Facebook is Spying on You?

Facebook, Twitter, Google Plus and other social media were designed to connect friends. But they are also used to connect extremely complex marketing and surveillance systems, all meant to subtly shape online interactions. Read More


“Archi-Chicks” Build STEAM Skills, and Cabins

Three new ecologically sound cabins are being dedicated today at Camp Trefoil Ranch. They will not only provide a more comfortable and safer camping experience for Girl Scouts in Utah, but via their creation also gave the girls invaluable instruction in the art and science of architecture. Read More

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Are You Guilty of Posting Rude Comments to Online News Sites?

Anyone who’s ever ventured into the comments section of a news website has likely observed some unfriendly exchanges. Now research from the University of Utah and the University of Arizona has confirmed just how common such behavior is. Read More