By Timothy R. Olsen '09, '18 M.B.A.
Allow me to introduce myself. Though born in Southern Utah, I grew up in
I still remember playing hide-and-seek with my toddler in Patrick Dougherty’s art installation “A Restless Spell” in the fall of
While weeding my garden last year I came across a caterpillar and did what many parents of young children do;
The first time I saw the bathtub ring circling Lake Mead was in 2003 during a cross-country road trip.
Why focus an entire issue of Utah State magazine on tiny things? Because sometimes they make the biggest impact.
Our cover story “Breaking Through” was first conceived as part of the university’s Year of the Woman campaign in 2020,
Change is hard. But the status quo can be worse.
Nearly a year into the COVID-19 pandemic, many of us have
We originally had utopian visions for our cover with a happy focus on the future. The pandemic’s punch to the
We find ourselves at the intersection of a new reality and desire for normal life—a collision that leaves us reeling
Doing something that has never been done before, such as bringing a Ferris Wheel to the Quad, is what defines