News Clips for January 30-February 1, 2021

Time-lapse video shows Utah’s 2002 Olympic Cauldron lifted back into position after restoration

The Olympic Cauldron returned to the University of Utah on Friday after an off-site effort to refurbish the metal and glass creation and to extend its lifespan.

Mountain Money

This morning, (1:53) Ted Tatos, with the University of Utah’s Department of Economics, joined us to talk about the recent Supreme Court case NCAA vs. Alston. This new case examines the relationship between the NCAA and its student athletes, a case that focuses on non monetary academic benefits.

Juggling parenting, work and a pandemic not getting easier

Moms are still more likely than dads to feel pressured by the child care needs of their young children.

With first well drilled, what are the next steps for the Utah FORGE project?

Checking in with the team at Utah FORGE, the groundbreaking EGS research project funded by the U.S. Department of Energy, we connected with principal investigator, Dr. Joseph Moore.

Utah officials had questions about how to react to state’s first case of COVID-19 U.K. variant, emails show

Lack of national surveillance leaves Utah, other states ill-equipped to handle COVID-19 variants, U. doctor says.

Is the University of Utah’s new chief safety officer looking to leave?

Marlon Lynch was named a finalist to lead the police department at Michigan State University.