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News Clips | June 14-15, 2023

Rebound Relationships Are Totally Fine

Conventional wisdom says you should take time to process a breakup before you start a new romance. Research suggests the opposite.

U.S. Immigrants are vulnerable to experiencing food insecurity, new study shows

A new study conducted with help from University of Utah Population Health Sciences, Research Assistant Professor Nasser Sharareh shows that immigrants in the U.S. are at a high risk of experiencing food insecurity.

Utah Appoints Medical Cannabis Policy Advisory Board

In Utah, nine board members have been chosen to form the Medical Cannabis Policy Advisory Board.

Here's where to celebrate Juneteenth in Utah

Juneteenth is now in its second year as a Utah state holiday—and Utahns will have no shortage of opportunities to celebrate this weekend. The holiday commemorates the end of slavery in the U.S.—specifically the day the last enslaved African Americans learned that they had been freed.

Utah athletics director Mark Harlan’s new contract will put him in $1M club

Harlan’s new contract runs through June 30, 2028, the U. announced Thursday. It will soon push the AD’s total compensation over $1 million annually.

Adding threads to Utah's tapestry: Naturalization of 100 citizens kicks off World Refugee Week

A hundred new U.S. citizens waved small American flags, grinning broadly and cheering after they repeated the oath of allegiance—their naturalization into the land of the free complete.

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