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For a few years, the small building across from the Utah Museum of Fine Arts sat dormant. Many U students had never seen the doors open. The place
Finding a place for your car on campus may seem difficult, especially with parking lots in the Business Loop and next to the Sutton Building closed to construction.
The 4th annual Bike to the U Day at the Farmers Market features the new Sidewalks Are For Everyone (SAFE) campaign, the ongoing Lock It or Lose It
Join thousands of fellow University of Utah employees and students by taking part in the 2014 Clear the Air Challenge from July 1-31. The annual Clear the
The next installment of the regular Social Soup series — a monthly reflection on the social, economic and environmental issues surrounding food — takes a closer look at
Exploring Sustainability at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts demonstrates how principles of ecological sustainability and affiliated design strategies can be applied
In an effort to reduce the amount of automobiles on campus, improve air quality and promote a healthy lifestyle, the University of Utah’s Commuter Services Office kicked off
Who says corporations and big business can't be environmentally friendly? The U's Office of Sustainability hosted a screening of "
Students take a challenge in updating an old building using scrap metal and graffiti art. Two architecture graduate students at the University of Utah have turned a class design
Salt Lake City is a bike-friendly town, so it comes as little surprise that the University of Utah was recently deemed a Bicycle Friendly University by the