News Clips | July 15, 2021

University of Utah prepares to pull back curtain on renovated Rice-Eccles Stadium

Fans will be allowed to tour the facility on Aug. 21. The event will include a program featuring each of the Utes’ head coaches, who will talk about the upcoming season.

Where are all these people moving to Utah coming from?

Young, educated and diverse, newcomers are helping to change the face of Utah as they roll in largely from other western states.

The Shop Workspace invites art lovers to enjoy art stroll

The Shop Workspace is inviting the public to experience several awe-inspiring works from its diverse art collection during the July Gallery Stroll. Outside the impressive architecture, art stroll participants will notice two newly completed murals: The Return of Pink Floyd by Philip Adams and Home Again by Keya Tama.

Play Is Essential To Children’s Brain Development, Experts Say

Parents have a big responsibility in the early years, teaching a child how to talk, read and count, but one child development specialist says the power of play in brain development is often overlooked.

Covid Booster Shots Can Wait Even as Variants Spread, Scientists Say

Most vaccinated Americans are unlikely to need Covid-19 booster shots for months, or even years, despite the rise of highly infectious variants and the continued spread of the virus, according to top scientists.