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The famous earthwork, Spiral Jetty, by Robert Smithson, was built in 1970. At the time, it was partially submerged by the Great Salt Lake. Today the distinct land art occupies a dry lake bed, a reference point of how much the largest saline lake in the Western Hemisphere has receded

Landscape architecture is more than deciding which plants to use when designing a garden. A lot more. The discipline examines how humans shape the natural environment and how the built environment affects the humans moving through a space. Before a shovel of dirt is turned at a construction site, a

Growing up, I didn’t know people were afraid of guns,” says Eva Noble '18. “It just wasn’t a conversation we had.” Noble’s family once owned the only motel in Challis, Idaho with corrals—a critical amenity for patrons traveling through the town sandwiched between the Salmon River and national forestland. Hunters, fishermen,