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Liberalis Online is an online news hub published by the College of Humanities and Social Sciences in connection with our Alumni Magazine.

The name Liberalis is derived from the Latin word pertaining to freedom, generosity, and honor. These words reflect the values of the College of Humanities and Social Sciences. We seek to cultivate in ourselves and our students the freedom and eagerness to explore new ideas and cultures and to affirm the dignity and honor of all people.

Recent Liberalis Articles

Tara Westover Zooms into Honors

Tara Westover Zooms into Honors

01/20/2021

Tara Westover, author of "Educated A Memoir" give insight to honors writing class.

Rural Pandemic

Rural Pandemic

12/17/2020

Is the pandemic an urban or a rural problem? what about both? USU's Tom Mueller, Sociology, was part of a study to find out just that; What are the effects of the pandemic on rural areas of the United States.

Digital Folklore Project: Meme of the year

Digital Folklore Project: Meme of the year

12/16/2020

2020 had a lot of material for good memes so which one won the award for meme of the year?

Trans Healthcare During a Pandemic

Trans Healthcare During a Pandemic

12/10/2020

The essay, titled “Managing Gender Care in Precarity: Trans Communities Respond to COVID-19,” addresses the effects of the pandemic on health care precarity of trans people, especially those in gender transition.

The philosophy of charity

The philosophy of charity

11/18/2020

Temporary Professor Michael Otteson has designed a new philosophy course that gives students the opportunity to make real-world decisions using skills developed in the class.