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News Clips | April 8, 2022

U of U proves video games aren’t just for fun

Founded in 2007, the University of Utah’s Entertainment Arts & Engineering (EAE) program has been recognized as one of the best collegiate video game design programs in the world.

U of U employee critically injured in campus collision

First responders were called to the scene of a collision between a van and a side-by-side utility vehicle on the University of Utah campus.

Utah family and friends react to confirmation of next Supreme Court Justice

Family and friends of Judge Ketanji Brown Jackson kept close watch on the confirmation process.

Will party-switching Democrats impact Sen. Mike Lee’s reelection bid?

GOP leaders have expressed concern over ‘party raiding,’ but it’s unlikely to sway a primary election.

Stiegler back, among big names at World Pro Ski Tour event

A year ago, Resi Stiegler retired from ski racing. Eight weeks ago, she gave birth to her daughter, Rosi. A few days ago, she handed Rosi to her husband to sneak in an extra afternoon training session.

Higher-Education Leaders Taking Inspiration from Hospitality

College students are notoriously not shy about voicing their opinions.

A tradition of science: Selections from Science Moab interviews about Indigenous scientific knowledge

The Colorado Plateau is home to many knowledge systems from Indigenous communities, which consist of generations-long scientific observation and hypothesis testing

John Ryan: Criminal prosecution for medical errors raises issues for society

Are the people and patients of Tennessee any safer for sending a nurse to prison?

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