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News Clips | April 22-25, 2022

Utah is a dark sky haven. Will urban growth threaten its view of the stars?

Utah is celebrated for having some of the darkest skies in the U.S. In fact, it has more certified dark sky areas than any other state in the country.

How a University of Utah student became a 'game changer' for elementary school coding class

Students at South Weber Elementary School are thinking they might have a chance at fame before they even hit middle school.

Declutter day at University of Utah

The University of Utah celebrated Earth Day with a decluttering event at the college Friday.

Utah universities should think about getting out of the policing business, the Editorial Board writes

Legislative audit reveals a long list of shortcomings in public safety on college campuses.

Snow drops just in time for end of Utah ski season

The storm that brought steady rain to much of the valley dumped several inches of snow in the mountains Friday, just in time for the end of the ski season at resorts like Alta Ski Area.

CDC warns of mysterious hepatitis outbreak in children; no Utah cases

A mysterious illness in children has health officials investigating several cases across the United States and United Kingdom, prompting the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention to issue a public health alert on Thursday.

133 years of Salt Lake Tribune newspapers now available for online access

A partnership between the U.’s Marriott Library and is bringing journalism history to anyone with internet access.

How does Utah feel about President Joe Biden? New poll shows slight change

President Joe Biden’s approval rating remains low, with nearly two-thirds of Utahns saying they disapprove of his performance.

‘Sustainable growth is an oxymoron’—a look at Utah’s vanishing open spaces

Earth Day reckoning: More than 700 square miles of “earth” have vanished between 1982 and 2017. That’s roughly seven times the size of Salt Lake City.

Alibaba shares low carbon patents, and promises to use clean energy by 2030

Alibaba Group has joined the Low Carbon Patent Pledge (LCPP) and promised to share energy efficiency patents, while announcing plans to run its data centers on clean energy by 2030.

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