Behind Utah’s acclaimed ski and snowboard attractions, two low profile entities that have quietly gone about their duties keeping that image in tact
will step on to center stage Oct. 30 when they are honored by the University of Utah J. Willard Marriott Library at its annual Ski Affair gala.
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DURING WORKSHOP AT THE UINTAH & OURAY RESERVATION
On Wednesday, September 12th, TJ loaded up a University of Utah fleet car with a 3D printer, his virtual reality suitcase and backpacks full of
other high-tech gaming apparatus, and drove 150 miles east on US 40 to Fort Duchesne.
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Ligeia: A Libretto, Robert Creeley (1926-2005)
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At 20 years old, Everett Ruess led a much different life. One that ultimately led to his unexplained disappearance – a mystery that has remained unsolved for 84 years.
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SERVICE & CROSS-COUNTRY VENUE AFICIONADO AT SKI GALA
University Archives has a sequence of photos showing students working on the Block U.
In July we welcomed Dan Reed, Ph.D. to the post of Senior Vice President of Academic Affairs (SVPAA) at the University of Utah.
Any researcher, paranormal or otherwise, knows there is no shortage of adventures you can have in a library. Here at the Marriott Library, we have a dedicated fine arts, performing arts, and architecture collection.
Sara Langworthy lives in Iowa City and is Associate Professor of Practice at the University of Iowa Center for the Book. Recently, her book Naturans Naturata received the 2018 Carl Hertzog Award for Excellence in Book Design.