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COVID-19 upended the planet. Suddenly everything happened on-screen and in cars. But for those with disabilities, the rush online made some things hard and other things impossible: learning, working, buying food, signing up for a vaccine appointment. People who have

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Lay Win grew up in the Umpiem Mai Refugee Camp in Thailand in the small bamboo house her father built. They lived on rations of beans, rice, salt, and sometimes sugar, but it was rarely enough. Gratefully, they had a

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For most of us, it’s around five years of age when we’re still experiencing some of the earliest memories that may stay with us for a lifetime. Visions of something like holding a puppy, playing with friends, or the first


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Leslie Martinez is the son of immigrants and the first in his family to earn a college degree. He recently returned to school to earn his MBA from Utah State University's Jon M. Huntsman School of Business. Why now? Why did you want to go back to school and get an

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Thirty-six years after murdering two people to cloak his secret life as a forger of historic documents, a Netflix documentary entitled Murder Among the Mormons generated renewed interest in the story of convicted murderer Mark Hofmann. Hofmann, who attended Utah State University in the late 1970s and early ‘80s, is now