A group of UVU students on Wednesday unveiled the Give the Gift of Clean Air campaign, encouraging students and others to utilize public transportation in an effort to reduce emissions.
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The partnership will allow for collaborative research between the Air Force and University of Utah faculty.
Four veterans celebrated new beginnings when they graduated from the Utah Veterans Court program after overcoming post-service challenges.
Here’s where some of Utah’s most discussed issues in education stand after preliminary voting results.
One day before National STEM Day, Utah Gov. Spencer Cox visited the Utah Stem Action Center to officially declare and kick off the state’s first annual “Week of Stem.”
Speaking at his monthly news conference, Utah Gov. Spencer Cox told reporters that he would be proposing a tuition freeze for Utah higher education institutions.
Spencer Fox Eccles called the groundbreaking “truly an over-the-top, exciting day that I never could’ve imagined in my wildest dreams.”
Gov. Spencer Cox said he believes social media is negatively impacting the mental health, social connection and emotional well-being of Utah teens.
After nearly 80 long years, U.S. Army Air Forces Sgt. Elvin L. Phillips returned home Tuesday when his remains were buried at the Utah Veteran’s Cemetery and Memorial Park.
The Men’s Resource Center in South Salt Lake was renamed the Pamela Atkinson Resource Center during its third-anniversary celebration.
The Utah Bionic Leg has been in the works for years and is the culmination of ideas from students and professors alike.
Johnny Hanna of Utah-based real estate company Homie has announced he is stepping down as CEO of the company.
The Kennecott Copper Mine announced it will be moving mining operations underground in its next step to extract copper.
The self-defense class founded by Elizabeth Smart is now available to Southern Utah University students as a for-credit course beginning this fall.
Utah teacher Jennifer Muir was selected to attend a prestigious NASA-affiliated teacher training program.
Jennie Taylor, widow of Maj. Brent Taylor, opened the “Davis Remembers” 9/11 memorial exhibit with the hope of sharing the memories and emotions of the day and its aftermath.
Professor Richard Bugg alleges university officials asking him to use the pronouns violated his free speech rights.
Salt Lake police will patrol the routes students take to and from Backman Elementary School, Mary W. Jackson Elementary School and the Horizonte Instruction and Training Center.
The Point is pitched as a living-working community including retail, entertainment, innovation, educational, office and residential spaces.
There are only four such facilities in the country, and the one at Camp Williams is the first in Utah.
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The “Warriors Over the Wasatch Air and Space Show” returned to Utah after a four-year hiatus.
Instead of a typical career day with parents, Whittier Elementary students wrote essays about their dream jobs and “Imagine U. Day” at the University of Utah was born.
One of the students who participated said the goal of the walkout was to “pray for the dead and fight for the living.”
The annual award is widely regarded as the most prestigious business award given in the Beehive State.