News Clips for January 15, 2021

Huntsman Mental Health Institute at University of Utah dedicated

Need ‘has never been greater,’ school official says.

Fossilized Namesake

A University of Utah assistant professor is getting a fossilized relative of the squid named after her. Kathleen Ritterbush is being recognized for her ammonoid research in Nevada's Gabbs Valley range.

U of U announces increase in security ahead of possible protests

The University of Utah has announced an increase in security ahead of possible protests this weekend and into next week. “Based on information from national intelligence agencies surrounding the presidential inauguration, police departments across the country, including at the U, are proactively monitoring and increasing security,” says an email sent to U of U staff and students.

The World’s Oldest Animal Paintings Are on This Cave Wall

Depictions of pigs found in Indonesia date back at least 45,500 years.

Delta cites no masks as reason it put 6 Romney hecklers on 'no fly' list

Delta said it put six people who heckled Sen. Mitt Romney on a plane on its “no fly list” because of masks, not taunts.

Doctors warn parents about child choking hazards after several alarming incidents

Intermountain Primary Children’s Hospital physicians are warning parents about the dangers of choking hazards following 32 alarming choking emergencies this past year involving young children, including one life-threatening situation involving a 22-month-old toddler from Morgan, Utah.