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Remember buying textbooks? One day — potentially soon — that may be a thing of the past. A side project by Merrill-Cazier librarians interested in Open Education Resources (OER) — free learning materials that can be created, adopted, or adapted for

Dan Keller stands at the helm of a boat, puffy white clouds and a blue sky behind him. The water of Lake Powell gleams in the background.

Two decades of western drought have slowly drained Lake Powell, revealing canyons and petroglyphs not seen since the 1960s when the reservoir first filled the desert floor. While patrolling the water for the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources this winter,

Manal Elarab wears a blue button up shirt. Her long brain hair catches the wind. Behind her are green mountains and golden fields.

Manal Elarab’s career has taken her quite literally across the globe. And while her career path has evolved over the years, from agronomy to irrigation, to precision agriculture, to regenerative growing practices, one thing has always tied her work together

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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