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News Clips | February 2-3, 2022

University of Utah suspends all fraternity and sorority social activities following second sexual assault report

The University of Utah has suspended all social activities at fraternities and sororities after two reports of sexual assault that allegedly occurred at two different fraternity houses, according to a letter from the university.

University of Utah’s black hole discovery shines a light on how galaxies are formed

The black hole dubbed B023-G078 tells the story of what happens when stars collide.

Two Utah law grads nominated to serve as U.S. Attorneys

Two University of Utah S.J. Quinney College of Law graduates were named by President Biden to serve as U.S. Attorneys, the first time two Utah alumnae have been named to the position.

Utah doctor with chronic illness starts viral COVID conversation; 13 new deaths reported

Sarah Bernstein knows the pandemic is still scary for a lot of people who have preexisting conditions.

Utah’s economy, population growth booming but labor market still struggling

Long term labor replacement is a real concern for local economists.

Are Republicans showing Mitt Romney more love? New Utah poll has the answers

Republicans and Democrats in Utah approve equally of the job Sen. Mitt Romney is doing, marking a dramatic shift from what has recently been greater Democratic than GOP support for the first-term senator.

BALANCE OF POWER: Voters may be last path to curb legislative power

Utah’s legislature has now passed a law updating how school districts switch to remote learning, but one part of the law is raising constitutional questions over the state legislature’s powers.

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