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News Clips | March 9-15, 2024

University of Utah names 2024 honorary doctorate degree recipients

Humanitarian Pamela Atkinson, philanthropist Catherine Roper Meldrum and renowned computer science researcher Steven Parker to be honored during the U.’s commencement ceremony on May 2 in the Jon M. Huntsman Center.

Terry Tempest Williams' new book 'Oracle Bones' is a work of art

University of Utah's Red Butte Press celebrated the release of the fine press artists' book "Oracle Bones" with a reading by Terry Tempest Williams, as well as a panel discussion.

Totaled Car Guide

Everything you need to know about totaled cars.

First university in Utah renames DEI office after lawmakers ban words. This is what it’s now called.

Under HB261, Utah colleges, universities and K-12 schools are prohibited from having an office that uses the terms “diversity, equity and inclusion” in the name.

University of Utah advisory body formed to aid with Latino recruitment, retention

A relatively new University of Utah advisory body aims to assist in efforts to bolster recruitment and retention of Latino students, faculty, administrators and staff.

U of U holds first fully in-person Science and Engineering Fair since 2019

The event was held at the Crocker Science Center on campus and included students from fifth grade to high school.

FAFSA debacle leaves college students in financial limbo

Colleges and universities in Utah wait to put together financial aid packages after botched federal rollout.

A new species found in Utah's Great Salt Lake changes what we know about its ecosystem

Michael Werner was one of the many Utah residents who fled to the state's sprawling parks and public lands in 2020, when the COVID-19 pandemic led to shutdowns of gathering places all over the state, leaving very few activities available outside of home.

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