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News Clips | April 27, 2023

Student-created video games trade joysticks for hoses and gearshifts

Students in the University of Utah's video game development program unveiled their creations Wednesday in the school's first in-person expo since the pandemic began.

Red Butte Garden to celebrate Arbor Day with free entry on April 28

Red Butte Garden on the University of Utah campus will celebrate Arbor Day. The public is invited to see the indoor art gallery, peruse the gift shop, and walk the grounds for free on Friday, April 28.

Disney has a ‘strong case’ against DeSantis over his ‘retaliatory campaign,’ First Amendment experts say

Disney just cast Ron DeSantis as the villain in a story of good versus evil.

Utah Transit Authority's FrontRunner celebrates 15 years

The Utah Transit Authority celebrated 15 years since the FrontRunner commuter rail train began transporting passengers up and down the Wasatch Front.

Why Is Strep So Bad Lately?

CDC cites rise in a more severe form of infection among children.

Here’s why a new study says Utah is ready to host another successful Olympics

Demographic, social, environmental factors favorably position the state, U. policy institute concludes.

Fish & Richardson Cashes in as Big Tech’s Go-To Trial Law Firm

The firm represented major tech companies in 52 federal lawsuits over the year, the most of any law firm, according to a Bloomberg Law analysis. Most of those cases were for Apple Inc., and several proceedings appear to have been consolidated.

U of U study finds causes of long COVID symptoms

Since 2020, many people who appeared to have recovered from the SARS-CoV-2-viral infection continued to report symptoms, the U of U reported. These symptoms included fatigue, memory loss, shortness of breath, and loss of sense of smell and taste.

A new COVID variant called Arcturus is linked to pink eye. Here's what you need to know.

Anecdotal reports indicate the latest strain of omicron, XBB.1.16, may cause conjunctivitis, a common eye infection known as pink eye.

Why Everyone Needs A Boss—Even Bosses

After three years of raising pay, increasing benefits and writing empathetic newsletters, bosses evidently have regained their corporate grip. Or so we are told.

Tips for dealing with allergies as the season gets longer

For many, spring flowers are a welcome sight. But for the approximately 81 million Americans who suffer from seasonal allergies, pollen is painful, and the season is getting longer.

What might a presidential rematch look like in 2024?

The 2024 presidential election is still more than 18 months away. Still, it’s never too early to start thinking about which candidates might make a run for the White House in 2024. Could a rematch between President Biden and former President Trump be in the future?

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