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News Clips | June 16-17, 2022

Utah geologists translate the vibrations of rock landforms into audible tones

These are the vibrations of Eagle Plume Tower, a rock landform in Southeastern Utah.

Tsivya Devereaux: A medical student’s perspective on the primary care shortage

Income prospects and medical training do too little to encourage doctors to choose primary care.

A list of Utah Juneteenth events you can attend

Utah is recognizing Juneteenth as a state holiday for the first time. Here is a list of events you can attend.

Man arrested for stalking, harassment on University of Utah campus released from jail

On, Thursday, June 16, the University of Utah issued a safety warning alert to students. The alert was in regards to a sex offender being released from jail.

Hybrid work environments can make conversations a struggle. Here's how to advocate for yourself

Your phone rings in the background as you log on to your third video meeting of the morning.

Chemists rethink work travel

Has the pandemic changed what people are willing to leave home for?

As Utah prepares for first Juneteenth holiday, some school employees will be on the job on Monday

Most school calendars set before Utah Legislature passed a bill establishing Juneteenth as a state holiday.

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