Most every person can tell you their national park—the red-walled canyon they road-tripped to as a kid, a campground they prowled during college, a mossy canoe lake they visited on 22 separate occasions with scouts, or the high mountain meadow


“Those who cannot remember the past are condemned to repeat it.” — George Santayana (1905) As I write this, the world is struggling with the COVID-19 pandemic and it will remain a major event in our lives for many years. But in


The COVID-19 pandemic has forced performers across the country into new territory: online. [caption id="attachment_5913" align="alignright" width="350"] After COVID-19 canceled their performances, Belén Moyano and her husband Drew Nichols shifted to offering Facebook Live concerts.[/caption] Theater actress Belén Moyano ’16 and her

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a mom and her young son plant starts in the ground

Master gardeners help feed Utah’s hungry A decade ago, Katie Wagner planted some proverbial seeds when she rebooted a program connecting an unlikely web of people in Salt Lake County: inmates and master gardeners. In 2016, the Utah State University Extension agent added seniors to the coterie. Because what if hungry

a line of suffragists picket their voting status in Utah in 1917

To the “noble and unselfish women of our State, who never faltered when discouragements were plentiful, and whose names are immortalized by the unqualified success of their efforts.”—Dr. Martha Hughes Cannon, Suffragist, Physician, and Utah State Senator It was just a single sentence, only twenty-eight words long, but nearly one hundred