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News Clips | July 7-11, 2023

The University of Utah vows no changes in light of Supreme Court rulings

The University of Utah has vowed it would be making no changes to its policies and will continue to protect LGBTQ+ students after two controversial rulings from the U.S. Supreme Court.

Inside the AP’s investigation into the ethics practices of the Supreme Court justices

An Associated Press examination of the ethics practices of the U.S. Supreme Court relied on documents obtained from more than 100 public records requests to public colleges, universities and other institutions that have hosted the justices over the past decade.

Northern Lights to miss Utah Thursday night, visible in Boise

The Northern Lights will be visible in almost 20 states Thursday, but Utah isn’t one of them. Here's where you can see them.

“A Planet Within a Planet”–Seismologists Peer Into Earth’s Inner Core

Researchers from the University of Utah have discovered that Earth’s inner core is not a homogenous mass but a complex tapestry of different fabrics.

Utah geothermal project hits a milestone, pumping water through deep granite

Utah FORGE scientists connect two deep wells that could one day generate a continuous flow of hot water to produce power.

Utah’s education system is failing Ute kids, and a former tribal education leader thinks that’s intentional.

The warning signs were clear and repeated. Former tribal education leader Forrest Cuch believes shortcomings are on purpose because it “keeps the Indian down.”

Utahns optimistic about economy as consumer sentiment reaches highest total in a year

Utah's consumer sentiment rose to the highest level it's been in over a year during June, coming in at 76.3, according to a survey from the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute.

Dust Produced by the Shrinking Great Salt Lake is Harming the Utah Snowpack

The Great Salt Lake and the effect it has on winter storms, commonly referred to as ‘Lake Effect’, is one of the biggest reasons that Utah is credited with the greatest snow on Earth.

Regional Culinary Challenge winners to compete for top award at NACUFS National Conference

Six chefs, champions from regional competitions held around the country, will compete in the NACUFS 2023 Culinary Challenge on Thursday, July 20 in Baltimore.

Bed rotting: TikTok’s latest trend reveals the toxic side of self-care

After working another weekend shift, Dr. Jessica Gold returned home feeling burned out and succumbed to her urge to watch TV and sleep most of the day.

Utah childhood obesity rate among lowest in US

Utah youth have some of the lowest rates of obesity in the country.

Here’s how much money Utah taxpayers are spending on the state’s Olympic venues

‘First and foremost, they’re community facilities,’ bid leader says.

Salt Lake Community College’s Prison Education Program has 23 new grads

Ferosa Bluff, 51, faced some unique challenges to get her associate’s degree from Salt Lake Community College. For starters, she couldn’t use the internet and all of her papers had to be handwritten.

Nalini Nadkarni Is Walking in a New World

The biologist thought that a traumatic fall to the forest floor would end her life as she knew it. Instead, it opened her up to an even more vibrant existence.

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