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Confidence Through Custom Clothing

Born into a family of artists, Daisy Hall has always had an inherent passion for creativity. This, coupled with her love for fashion and unique expression, led this Lassonde Studios resident and University of Utah freshman to begin creating her own individualized clothing pieces. What started with simple materials, like fabric paint and secondhand clothing, […]

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An Empathetic Productivity App

Jared Collett, an entrepreneurship major at the University of Utah, wants to help students like himself make goals, get things done, and de-stress with the Mura app, a productivity wellness planner. “Students are at the most pivotal, stressful times of their lives,” Collett said. “All the while, they’re relentlessly bombarded in this information age with […]

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Helping You Find Your Next Tattoo

The tattoo industry hasn’t changed much since its inception, but startup Tatfinder is looking to change that. Kaeden Warnberg-Lemm, Tatfinder founder and an entrepreneurship major at the University of Utah, describes their app as a decision-based optimization algorithm that matches users with tattoo artists based on their style, personal values, and location. Warnberg-Lemm hopes that […]

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Healing Through Art Installation

When University of Utah ceramics student Griffin Hale sought to make an installation at Huntsman Cancer Institute, he embarked on a journey with unforeseen impact. After carefully planning “The Caregivers Window,” Hale recycled organic material into 250 clay bricks. Carrying these bricks up the hill to the Institute grounds, Hale created a temporary structure overlooking […]

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The Buffalo Soldiers

Reilly Jensen is an archaeologist, researcher, and illustrator, who is currently studying in the Community-Based Arts Education Graduate Program at the University of Utah. Having grown up in southern Utah, she has a passion for preserving heritage and cultural landscapes, as well as the exploration of stories that haven’t been historically preserved or recorded. Jensen’s […]

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