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Professor Eric Herschthal publishes piece in The New Republic, "Could the United States Break Up?"

A new book argues that the threat of secession has never left American politics. In the wake of Brexit and Trump’s election, many Americans began to ask if the United States might soon break apart.

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Professor Elizabeth Clement contributes to Salt Lake Tribune Op-Ed, "Getting to zero cases of AIDS in Utah"

Forty years ago, America faced a viral pandemic spreading rapidly across the globe, killing otherwise young and healthy individuals. In the early ’90s it became the leading cause of death among Americans ages 25-44. The pandemic wasn’t COVID-19 — it was HIV/AIDS — but the parallels between the two are striking.

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History Students Present Projects at 2020 Undergraduate Research Symposium

The University's 2020 Undergraduate Research Symposium features the research projects of three incredible History students: Nicholas Cockrell, Juan Esquivel, and Maria Stokes. Congratulations students! Click here to view their projects.

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Professor Eric Herschthal publishes piece in The New Republic, "Could the United States Break Up?"

A new book argues that the threat of secession has never left American politics. In the wake of Brexit and Trump’s election, many Americans began to ask if the United States might soon break apart.

Read more

Professor Elizabeth Clement contributes to Salt Lake Tribune Op-Ed, "Getting to zero cases of AIDS in Utah"

Forty years ago, America faced a viral pandemic spreading rapidly across the globe, killing otherwise young and healthy individuals. In the early ’90s it became the leading cause of death among Americans ages 25-44. The pandemic wasn’t COVID-19 — it was HIV/AIDS — but the parallels between the two are striking.

Read more

History Students Present Projects at 2020 Undergraduate Research Symposium

The University's 2020 Undergraduate Research Symposium features the research projects of three incredible History students: Nicholas Cockrell, Juan Esquivel, and Maria Stokes. Congratulations students! Click here to view their projects.

Read more

Professor Eric Herschthal publishes piece in The New Republic, "Could the United States Break Up?"

A new book argues that the threat of secession has never left American politics. In the wake of Brexit and Trump’s election, many Americans began to ask if the United States might soon break apart.

Read more

Professor Elizabeth Clement contributes to Salt Lake Tribune Op-Ed, "Getting to zero cases of AIDS in Utah"

Forty years ago, America faced a viral pandemic spreading rapidly across the globe, killing otherwise young and healthy individuals. In the early ’90s it became the leading cause of death among Americans ages 25-44. The pandemic wasn’t COVID-19 — it was HIV/AIDS — but the parallels between the two are striking.

Read more

History Students Present Projects at 2020 Undergraduate Research Symposium

The University's 2020 Undergraduate Research Symposium features the research projects of three incredible History students: Nicholas Cockrell, Juan Esquivel, and Maria Stokes. Congratulations students! Click here to view their projects.

Read more

Last Updated: 8/27/20