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News Clips | July 22, 2022

Indigenous Ways Of Knowing Water

When he last joined us, water law expert Dan McCool argued that we’re going to need a new approach to managing water. But what if that new mindset isn't new at all? Michael Kotutwa Johnson, one of our guests, calls this mindset “indigenous ways of knowing,” and it has existed in the region for thousands of years.

Here's How Robot Pets Can Help Treat Dementia Patients

You might love your pet—but have you ever thought to yourself that your furbaby is a bit too high maintenance in between walking and feeding it all the time? Well, great news: there's a robotic alternative that provides all the joy of having a real cat or dog without the hassle of keeping it, you know, alive.

Are Utahns concerned about getting COVID-19? Here’s why a doctor says they should be

Utah reached more than 1 million reported COVID-19 cases Thursday, but a slight majority of Utahns say they’re not concerned about contracting the virus even as the new omicron subvariant of the virus known as BA.5 continues to spread.

Short on Housing, U of Utah Will Board Students With Locals

With about 600 students still lacking campus housing for the fall, the University of Utah is offering local alumni $5,000 per semester to board them, The Salt Lake Tribune reported.

Colleges are being hit by the Great Resignation. What can they do?

Retention and turnover were frequent topics at the National Association of College and University Business Officers’ annual meeting. So were solutions.

The University Of Utah Admitted "Shortcomings" In Its Response To Domestic Abuse Involving Two Students That Ended In One Being Killed

"We trusted the University of Utah with our daughter’s safety, and they betrayed that trust," her parents said. "They knew Zhifan was in serious danger but failed to protect her when she needed it the most."

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