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News Clips | February 1, 2022

2022's Best & Worst States for Singles

Besides your looks, personality, interests and employment status, your location can influence your odds of finding a romantic partner.

Why the University of Utah football team is asking for a new multimillion-dollar indoor facility

New facility would come at $61.8 million cost, but that would come from donations and non-state university funds.

Diversity Groups Connect to Support Career and Workforce Development for Students at the University of Utah

Marathon Petroleum’s Salt Lake City refinery is helping to amplify the significance of diversity and inclusion by connecting with college student groups and supporting their educational goals.

Angela Fagerlin and Karyn Springer: What is ‘population health and why does Utah need it?

A whole-person approach leads to healthier communities and should be considered the future of comprehensive health care.

The Salt Lake City Marathon returns April 23, 2022, bringing family fun to Salt Lake just in time for spring.

Benefitting the Huntsman Hometown Heroes, the Salt Lake Marathon focuses on raising funds and awareness for the advancement of cancer research.

Seeing Students for Who They Are and Where They’ve Been

How precollege experiences and students’ identities shape the challenges they face and connections they make in postsecondary education.

More Analysis In The Debate To Forgive Student Loans

Brookings non-resident senior fellow Adam Looney, also a professor of finance at the University of Utah and executive director of the Marriner S. Eccles Institute for Economics and Quantitative Analysis, weighed in in mid-January and again today, in response to reader questions, about student loan forgiveness.

New Wave of ‘Disturbing’ Bomb Threats Force HBCUs Into Lockdown

This is the second time in less than a month that historically Black colleges or universities have been targeted by bomb threats.

Mountains Sway to the Seismic Song of Earth

The Matterhorn in the Swiss Alps is in constant motion, gently swaying back and forth about once every 2 seconds.

Alcohol consumption can directly cause cancer, study says

The consumption of alcohol is a direct cause of several kinds of cancer, according to researchers.

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