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News Clips | April 26, 2022

Meet America’s Best Employers For Diversity 2022

Over the past two years, the focus on racial disparities has put a spotlight on several industries. The impact of Covid-19 on the lives and livelihoods of Black families has raised questions about healthcare equity.

New 'living-learning community' coming to University of Utah campus

University of Utah President Taylor Randall said he wants to "dispel the perception of the U. as a commuter campus" during his inauguration ceremony last month.

A smarter way to divide chores?

Couples who share every task, rather than having their own separate to-do lists, tend to be more satisfied with their relationship.

U of U launches first satellite physical therapy program in St. George

In an effort to bring more health science offerings to Southern Utah, The University of Utah has been working alongside Utah Tech University to bring its first satellite clinical professional training program, scheduled to start in the summer of 2022.

Some mammals shift their schedules in urban environments

When visiting cities, coyotes seem to prefer the nightlife while deer and squirrels would rather be home before dark.

Garth Brooks adds another Salt Lake show, tickets on sale Friday

After two immediate sell outs, country music performer Garth Brooks has added a third Utah show.

Biden administration starts Covid treatment push, focusing on Pfizer’s Paxlovid

The Biden administration announced a series of initiatives Tuesday aimed at increasing the use of antiviral pills to treat Covid-19, with a particular focus on Pfizer’s Paxlovid.

Utah County’s David Leavitt faces same national pushback as other ‘progressive prosecutors’

Utah County Republicans gathered in a high school gym in early April to vote on who they wanted to nominate for the primary ballot.

Should Cities Train Their Own Transportation Advocates?

Anyone who’s ever tried to get a new crosswalk in their neighborhood knows how hard it can be just to figure out who to call—never mind how to get whoever’s on the other end of the line to listen.

An 11-year old Utah boy faced assault charges. What advocates say needs to change

School resource officers roam the halls of many Utah schools, but their purpose varies.

What’s the ‘good story’ Utah’s Olympic bidders will tell IOC inspectors in town this week?

Race for 2030 Winter Games may be down to Salt Lake City, Sapporo, observers say.

Musk insinuates things need to change: Issues of free speech, censorship addressed

The world's richest man is buying one of the world's largest social media platforms, which brings up questions around issues of free speech, censorship and content moderation.

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