News Clips | April 17-19, 2021

The Supreme Court’s Increasingly Dim View of the News Media

A comprehensive look at references to the press in justices’ opinions revealed “a marked and previously undocumented uptick in negative depictions.”

Will campus police be required to provide implicit bias and de-escalation training for officers?

The Utah Board of Higher Education will soon consider requiring implicit bias and de-escalation training for all public safety officers at Utah’s public colleges and universities.

How to Successfully Negotiate Your Salary

Dan Moseson shares stories and strategies from across higher ed that include pragmatic advice along with ways to tackle some systemic problems.

‘Less about issues, more about style’—Inside the rift between Glenn Beck and Mitt Romney

The Utah senator and the radio and TV personality say they are conservatives and share the same faith, but there’s no love for Romney to be found on The Glenn Beck Program.

Intermountain doctor discusses concerns about potential hidden epidemic of child abuse

April is National Child Abuse Awareness Month. Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital has planted more than 1,800 pinwheels in honor of children who have died as a result of child abuse across the nation.

Ask the Experts: Chase Credit Cards

Ann C. House, MS, AFC, Director, Financial Wellness Center, the University of Utah answers questions about credit cards.