Fall 2020

FEATURES

an aerial view of lower Manhattan with a band of greenbelt where proposed changes are to occur

On paper, Xiongan New Area looks green. Islands of trees surrounded by meandering riverways that scallop neatly gridded streets. There are

Regan Zane, blessed with a name that sounds straight out of a sci-fi novel, is preparing for a world in

To The Polls with three different "I voted" stickers

THE ROAD TO SUFFRAGE HAS BEEN LONG, BUMPY, AND HAS AT TIMES, REVERSED COURSE. The women of Utah Territory were the first

a virologist pipets a solution for coronavirus testing

By the time the general populace paid attention to the emergence and spread of SARS-CoV-2, and before businesses closed, “COVID-19”

A woman smiles at a student while he does his school work at his desk.

Sydnee Dickson ’80, Utah State’s Superintendent of Public Instruction, began her education in a two-room schoolhouse in rural Utah where

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