The Utah State Board of Regents and the University of Utah will host a student safety forum Friday on the U. campus, addressing issues such as campus safety, healthy relationships, mental health and Title IX.
Amid a country steeped in raucous and divisive politics and on the first day of his former boss’ impeachment trial in the U.S. Senate, retired four-star Gen. James Mattis called the United States the “greatest experiment” in the history of the world — and one worth not giving up on.
A child abuse prevention advocate has been appointed by Gov. Gary Herbert to the Utah State Board of Education to fill the elected office previously held by Linda Hansen, who has moved from District 3 boundaries.
Felix Ortiz’s popularity was unquestioned Friday. The West High School senior navigated a mob of family, friends and reporters after accepting his award for saving the life of assistant attorney general David Carlson.
After a public meeting earlier this week where the vast majority of participants backed a proposal to push back start times, the plan got a chilly reception Thursday night from parents, teachers and even students.
It’s hard to imagine practically anything remaining a secret in high school for a week—let alone SEVEN months, but somehow that’s what 40 band students did in order to take part in a popular streaming TV show.
Speaking to a full room at the University of Utah’s Hinckley Institute of Politics, humanitarian activist Danny Quintana announced the launch of global education campaign to save the ocean’s wildlife on Wednesday.
Faced with the challenge of a growing demand for mental health care and not enough resources, one Utah State University professor came up with a way to put some of the tools that psychologists often use with their clients into an online program.