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News Clips | January 7, 2022

University of Utah issues new COVID-19 protocols on campus

Following the shocking rise in COVID-19 cases across the state, the University of Utah issued new on-campus protocols Thursday.

Is California to blame for soaring home prices in Idaho and Utah?

The western states of Utah and Idaho have been close contenders for top states in the nation for their raging housing markets.

Keith Squires hired as the U’s next Chief Safety Officer

The former Utah Commissioner of Public Safety had served in the position on an interim basis since last June.

Commentary: University of Utah needs an independent inspector to investigate allegations of misconduct

Office of Inspector General must keep scientific research honest if we are to trust it.

One year later: Where cases stand against 8 Utahns charged in the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol siege

One Utahn told authorities he was there as a journalist, but he egged on the mob overtaking the U.S. Capitol one year ago before filming the death of a woman shot by police, prosecutors say.

Opinion: COVID-19 endgame? It’s not turning out the way Utah lawmakers planned

When this pandemic ends, and it will end, don’t expect any politicians to hold a press conference to announce it. Don’t expect a ‘mission accomplished’ banner.

Utah hospital officials say omicron surge is dragging down staffing levels

In a news conference Thursday morning, Utah hospital and health officials said the current surge of the omicron COVID-19 variant is putting a severe strain on health care staffing levels.

U of Utah students to protest increased racist attacks on campus

A series of racist hate crimes over the past few months has spurred anger and organizing among students on the University of Utah campus.

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