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News Clips | February 13-16, 2024

Improving prison education programs: Experts discuss the expansion of Pell Grants for incarcerated students

As of July 2023, incarcerated students are again eligible for Pell Grants to support their enrollment in approved prison education programs.

Higher education makes for happier, healthier Utahns, analysts say

A policy brief from analysts at the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute found economic and social benefits for people and the economy.

University of Utah ‘one of most Jewish friendly,’ says rabbi, after student letter to the contrary

The board of the student group, Hillel for Utah, had cited “increasingly hostile rhetoric facing Jews on campus” since Oct. 7.

The Boob Bus’s mission is to improve Utah’s mammogram rate

A high number of Utah women don’t get mammograms, and a genetic counselor at the University of Utah is trying to change that.

Patients Wait for Life-Saving Medications

Laura Bray is not a doctor but some call her a healer. Laura Bray is not a pharmacist but she finds drugs for people.

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