Art Museum ReimaginedUMFA reopens to rave reviews

Visitors to the Utah Museum of Fine Arts at the University of Utah were wowed by revamped galleries and thoughtfully reimagined public spaces when the museum reopened this fall after a temporary closure for replacement of the museum’s vapor barrier, essential for protecting the building that protects the art. The 19-month project, the first major []

Yanik Scholarship supports Sigma Nu Students

It was Christmas Eve in the mid-1960s. Winter quarter at the U had ended two weeks earlier and U alum Boyce Yanik and his Sigma Nu fraternity brothers had celebrated the holidays with their Christmas formal and a Sub for Santa Party for a family of 12 children, organized by The Salt Lake Tribune for those []

New Marriner S. Eccles Institute Established at the David Eccles School of Business

Spencer F. Eccles, nephew of Marriner S. Eccles, put it simply in explaining why two Eccles family foundations made a combined $10 million donation to establish the Marriner S. Eccles Institute for Economics and Quantitative Analysis at the David Eccles School of Business. “There is no better way to honor Marriner’s life and pay tribute to []

Tunes for ToshA Family-initiated Fun Run Benefits U Health’s Penelope Program.

  After four years of tests and appointments with seemingly every specialist in the Salt Lake Valley, Shauna and Brook Bingham felt no closer to finding out what was causing their young son Tosh’s serious speech, cognitive, and behavioral delays. There were tears, sleepless nights, and hours wondering what the future held for Tosh. “To []

2017 Utah Night at the Rockies

The U’s annual Utah Night at the Rockies, graciously hosted by Colorado Rockies owner and U alum Charlie Monfort, was held August 2, at Coors Field, in Denver. The record attendance of 350 fans at the sold out pre-game picnic made the evening especially enjoyable. Guests received a ticket to the game and a Colorado []