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News Clips | December 29, 2022-January 3, 2023

Video Games Need Better Dinosaurs. Paleontologists Can Help

WIRED visited the Geological Society of America conference to learn about the untapped potential of gigantic reptiles in gaming.

University President Taylor Randall Drops The Mic At Rose Bowl Rally

While fans got to cheer on some of their favorite players and sing “Utah Man” with the Spirit Team, it was University of Utah President Taylor Randall who stole the show.

Public art piece in search of blue sky finds common ground in air quality fight

UTA Trax cars zip from University hills to west-side valleys, past schools, shops and churches. Carrying more than just passengers, these cars hold research-grade air quality sensors.

Scientists find new clues to mystery of Nevada fossil-rich graveyard

The dozens of giant marine reptiles believed to have died there probably did so thousands of years apart, new study says.

Black Latter-day Saints express their faith and their wrestles with racism in the church

This new Deseret Book publication doesn’t sugarcoat the challenges these members face, sometimes from those with whom they share a pew.

The hidden history of skiing in the West

What feels normal was once a great adventure — one we still have access to

The great housing market ‘reset’ of 2022: The year the Fed had no mercy

What did 2022 mean for Utah’s housing market, and where do we go from here?

World’s population topped 7.9 billion on New Year’s Day 2023

If the world feels a little more crowded following New Year’s Day 2023, that’s because it is. Demographers at the U.S. Census Bureau estimate that the population of Planet Earth is now nearly 8 billion.

Utah growing rapidly, but younger population groups projected to lag behind

There’s no doubt that the Beehive State is growing, and doing so at a rapid pace, but some population groups aren’t growing nearly as fast as others.

University of Utah terminates Kappa Sigma recognition after policy violations

The University of Utah terminated its recognition of the Kappa Sigma fraternity chapter on Friday, Dec. 23, after reported violations of university policies and rules.

University of Utah police searching for suspects in forcible entry

University of Utah police are reportedly searching for suspects involved in an alleged forcible entry at the University Student Apartments. The suspects are reportedly still at large.

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