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

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”

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 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

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