News Clips for June 7, 2019

ETSUKO KATO: PRESERVING CULTURE AND MEMORY THROUGH PHOTO

When I arrive at Etsuko Kato’s home, it has just begun to rain and the air has cooled. Her 100-pound Airedale Terrier barks from inside when I ring the doorbell. Kato greets me wearing a black apron and a wide smile as she slips out her front door, remarking that her dog was meant to be about 60 to 75 pounds but surprisingly grew to be much larger.

HERE'S WHY INNOVATING NEW SOLUTIONS TO AMERICA'S HOUSING AFFORDABILITY CRISIS IS CRITICAL

Underlying the motivation for the Ivory Prize for Housing Innovation's $250,000 challenge, deeply personal needs get right 'in your face.'

Utah Honors Staffers Despite Evidence of Botched Murder Case

The University of Utah police department honored a dispatcher and two administrators for their handling of the aftermath of a student murder on campus, despite a review of the case that found it was largely botched.

University of Utah police issue apology after awards ceremony mentions slain student-athlete Lauren McCluskey

University of Utah police issued an apology via Twitter after an awards ceremony that mentioned the name of slain student-athlete Lauren McCluskey provoked criticism from her parents.