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The new exhibition Pictures of Belonging opens at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts on Saturday, February 24, 2024. As part of the exhibition, curator Virginia Catherall and Librarian Allyson Mower teamed up to select several books—ranging from graphic novels to academic titles to children’s...

Meet Kosta Kambouris, a Ph.D. student in the Department of Political Science who recently stopped by the Graduate Writing Hours in the Hoopes Room on level 2. Kosta has a BIS in Interdisciplinary Studies from Weber State University, which included studies in political science, geography...

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January is one of my favorite months because it is a time of reflection and the start to a new year – a blank slate full of opportunity. I also appreciate that January provides an explicit moment for us to reflect on all that Dr....

Born in 1902 in Thibodaux, Louisiana, Ward began formal studies at the University of Utah in the 1920s before pursuing creative writing at the University of Wisconsin. Although he never achieved any major literary successes, Ward gained widespread recognition for his plays, often tackling controversial...