News Clips for January 22, 2021

What Utah’s poet laureate thought of Amanda Gorman’s poem

“She won poetry fans over,” Utah poet laureate Paisley Rekdal told the Deseret News.

More Utah college students report being stalked. Here’s why experts are both worried and hopeful.

Cases jumped at nearly every school in the state, with the biggest increase at the University of Utah.

Here’s how to find out how safe each of Utah’s colleges are

The statistics show an increase in sexual assaults and stalking.

Robert Gehrke: This is how Utah should decide who gets the coronavirus vaccine next

A COVID-19 risk scoring system is the most responsible way to move forward.

Letter: U. president will be missed

That is how the saying ends anyhow, “you don’t know what you got till it’s gone.” As I have watched the negative rhetoric fly around denouncing University of Utah President Ruth Watkins, and celebrating her departure, I can’t help but shake my head.

Looking for an apartment? Here’s how northern Utah’s rental market is shaping up for 2021.

Despite a building boom, demand still exceeds supply, and that isn’t good news for bargain hunters.

Utah mother charged with causing death of baby girl with meth in her system

Methamphetamine was found inside the body of a 4-month-old girl at the time of her death and now her mother faces criminal charges, even though an autopsy could not determine how the baby died.

What to know about the COVID-19 vaccine if you're pregnant, breastfeeding

University of Utah Health is addressing worries among vulnerable populations, including pregnant people, with regards to the COVID-19 vaccine.

Brian Nicholls to coordinate community engagement and safety initiatives at University of Utah

Special Assistant to the Chief Safety Officer to manage racist and bias incident response process and support a holistic approach to safety.