News Clips | June 9-11, 2021

Inside One University’s Hybrid-Work Decision

What issues does a hybrid workplace raise at the University of Utah? Parking capacity. Home-office spending. Cybersecurity. Employee retention. College leaders there have seen that firsthand.

University of Utah School of Medicine gets ‘transformational’ $110 million gift from Eccles foundations

A “transformational” and “historic” $110 million gift from two Eccles family foundations is expected to help the University of Utah School of Medicine become an elite educational and research institution attracting top faculty and students as well as become an answer to a growing shortage of medical professionals.

Red Butte Garden to host 22 concerts within 63 days this summer

Roger Daltrey, Counting Crows, Michael Franti, Kenny Loggins, Emmylou Harris, Wilco and Sleater-Kinney among the big names playing outdoors.

Dino wars: Australia’s 2-story-tall beast has nothing on Utah

Australian dinosaur is that country’s largest ever found.

‘Nobody has my back’: Utah’s housing crisis pushes many renters to a financial breaking point

Four Utahns talk about the sacrifices they’ve made as housing takes so much of their income.

University of Utah and SLC to electrify the Depot District with an ‘innovation district’

Salt Lake City leaders think they’ve found the partnership that will finally break the development deadlock on their properties in the Depot District in west Downtown.