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News Clips | March 29, 2022

Climate change is making pollen season even worse across the country

The Northeast and Southeast will experience more pollen production, while allergy season in the Pacific Northwest could start a month earlier.

The snow globe economy

Two years of COVID-19 have upended our world of work. When—and where—will we come down?

Many University of Utah parents struggling to find off-campus housing

Housing placements at the University of Utah are starting to go out now.

An unsolved math problem on the Colorado River

Aridification changes the water calculation.

University of Utah qualifies for LGBTQ+ equality designation

University of Utah Health is one of 496 healthcare providers nationwide earning the coveted “LGBTQ+ Healthcare Equality Leader” designation.

Pure Solutions wins $10,000 grand prize in 2022 High School Utah Entrepreneur Challenge

Pure Solutions, a team from Skyline High School with a product that enables consumers to easily analyze water samples, won first place and the $10,000 grand prize at the 2022 High School Utah Entrepreneur Challenge (HSUEC) final event today.

Under daylight savings bill, Utahns wouldn’t see the sun until 9 am in the winter

In accordance with a newly passed Senate bill, Utahns may only have to set their clocks back one more time in 2023 as daylight savings would be made permanent.

If the Utah GOP primary election for U.S. Senate were held today, who would win?

Incumbent Sen. Mike Lee has a large lead over GOP challengers.

Pandemic babies spent their first years of life in lockdown - what does this mean for their development?

Many pandemic babies, infants born shortly before or during the pandemic, haven’t had as much interaction with the outside world.

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