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Utah’s Fossil Fuel Industry: Is Divestment Possible?

By Kailey Gilbert, News Writer November 3, 2021

  Despite the nation's dependence on electricity generation from coal decreasing from 60% to 33% in the past two decades, Utah still gets 76% of its electricity from coal, according to the Healthy...

Installation at UMFAs Confluence exhibit. (Courtesy Utah Museum of Fine Arts)

New UMFA Exhibit ‘Confluence’ Looks at Utah’s Relationship to Water

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer July 22, 2021

  The Utah Museum of Fine Arts has created a new exhibit centered around water and our relationship to it. “Confluence” uses the experiences of several Utah organizations and Ute spiritual...

(Photo by Noah Elliott Morrison | Courtesy Lisa Waud)

Plants Are a Creative and Environmental Inspiration for Good

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer May 16, 2021

  There is no denying that plant ownership has seen a recent resurgence in pop culture and even within our day-to-day lives. More and more people are purchasing plants and investing in their gardens...

(Photo Courtesy of the Us Chapter of American Chemical Society)

ACS Club Combining Chemistry and Community

October 6, 2014

  There’s only one place at the U where someone can put liquid nitrogen into a trash can full of 1,000 ping pong balls and watch it explode: The American Chemical Society. Started by transfer students...