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News Clips | March 30, 2022

University of Utah granted $1M for Pacific Islands Studies Program

The University of Utah received a $1 million grant from the Mellon Foundation. The School for Cultural and Social Transformation, known as Transform, will use the grant to support its Pacific Islands Studies Program.

University of Utah Health hospitals awarded 'LGBTQ Healthcare Equality Leader' designation

Five University of Utah Health hospitals received high marks in the Human Rights Campaign Foundation's Healthcare Equality Index, each earning a spot as LGBTQ Healthcare Equality Leaders.

How does Sen. Mike Lee stack up against Democrat, independent challengers in Senate race?

Sen. Mike Lee comes out on top in a three-way race for U.S. Senate against a Democrat and an independent in a new poll, though less than half of Utah voters would choose the incumbent Republican.

Muslim Youth Conference gives Utahns opportunity for connection with people of similar backgrounds

Areesha Nazir was happy to be able to connect with people who share her same views at the Muslim Youth Conference on Tuesday—something that is rare for her, especially in Utah.

Did You Know: Utah’s .05 DUI law reduces crashes and fatalities

In the spring of 2017, I wrote a Did You Know article about Utah where legislators were considering reducing the legal blood alcohol limit from .08 to .05.

Remapping Utah Politics: Redistricting 2021

This week on the program, a panel of experts discuss the process undertaken last year by both the Utah Independent Redistricting Commission and the Utah Legislature to redraw Utah’s political boundaries for the next decade.

A local art exhibit exposes the overtaxing and undervaluation of Black-owned homes in Pittsburgh

In 2017, Chester Stoney bought a house in Fineview, on Pittsburgh’s North Side. It was on a quiet street a few minutes' drive from Propel Northside charter school, where he works

Climate change is making pollen season even worse

According to a study, pollen season across the country is starting earlier and becoming more intense because of human-caused climate change, The Post’s Kasha Patel reports.

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