Big moment in finding a cure to cancer—the Primary Children’s & Families’ Cancer Research Center opens today at the University of Utah. You can watch the dedication ceremony on the Huntsman Cancer Institute Facebook page at 11a.
This was not your typical ride up the canyon. U Cycling Club's Luke Gangi-Wellman biked 227 miles and climbed up nine canyons for a total elevation gain of 30,871 feet (pretty much the equivalent of Mt. Everest) in under 17 hours. Not bad.
"I was very, very lucky to work in a five-star hotel at the age of 15. There was a lot of diversity – about 30 different nationalities. To have something like that in 1966, to work in a kitchen was unheard of in Australia. I got to know their culture and their culture revolved around food. To be exposed to this at 15 was wowsville!" -Chef Peter Hodgson, campus executive chef for Chartwells... View details ⇨
In a historic decision by our Board of Trustees, Utah Lacrosse is now the westernmost NCAA Division 1 men's lacrosse program in the nation, and the first in the Pac-12. Welcome to the Utah Athletics family, gentlemen! Go Utes!
This Starry Night-like image created by a student at our School of Medicine caught the eye of the director of the National Institutes of Health (NIH) — and it wasn't just because of the beauty. The microscopic work of art shines light on a new lead to detect and prevent the most common form of pancreatic cancer.
In a cave west of the Great Salt Lake, a single cubic meter of excavation has yielded hundreds of thousands of bones dating back 13,000 years. The discovery is a time capsule of our ecosystem and has been a treasure trove for our archeologists and anthropologists.