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News Clips | April 5, 2022

Losing Sleep Over the Pandemic? Work Flexibility May Be a Boon for Night Owls’ Health

Many so-called night people feel that, when it comes to society’s expectations about when the workday should start, they drew the short straw.

U. Greek life 'building that trust back' with campus community after sex assaults

Two months after the University of Utah temporarily suspended all fraternity and sorority activities when a second student came forward to report a sexual assault at a U. fraternity house, Greek life leaders have now implemented a "robust" training and education program.

A new study reveals the pain relieving potential of Venomous marine snails

Cone snails are marine snails that inhabit both shallow and deep waters in tropical oceans across the world.

How Utah became the nation's top place to send troubled teens

For years, Utah has been the epicenter of the nation’s so-called “troubled-teen” industry.

Utah consumer sentiment drops sharply in March

The Kem C. Gardner Institute at the University of Utah says its index of consumer sentiment in Utah dropped more than ten points in March.

Waving the colors of a new design for the Utah state flag

For historian W. Paul Reeve, the imagery on the current state flag reveals much about Utah's complicated, nearly 50-year battle to earn statehood.

Proteins in saliva strongly associated with the diagnosis of severe COVID-19

The proteins, known as ephrin ligands, could potentially serve as a biomarker to help doctors identify patients who are at risk for serious illness.

University of Utah raises football season ticket prices for first time since 2019

Despite rise, Utah football’s prices still only rank it in the middle of the Pac-12.

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