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News Clips | November 17-18, 2022

University of Utah’s new provost brings higher ed leadership, engineering chops to the job

Provost Mitzi Montoya moved eight times during her childhood, which taught her to adapt to new surroundings—a skill she’s leaned on in her professional career.

Some Salt Lake leaders concerned with UDOT's proposal to widen I-15

The Utah Department of Transportation is conducting an analysis into improving the nearly 17-mile stretch of I-15 from 400 South in Salt Lake City to the US-89 interchange in Farmington by potentially adding more lanes in each direction.

Emily Spivak: Convergence of viruses this fall and winter calls for antibiotic awareness

Antibiotics do nothing to cure viruses such as RSV, flu and COVID-19.

Why are Yale, Harvard dropping out of U.S. News’ law school rankings?

Yale University, top-rated in U.S. News and World Report’s law school rankings for three decades, is withdrawing, calling the ratings ‘profoundly flawed.’ Harvard University, also top-ranked, followed suit.

‘That water is lost to our region’: Legislators still wary of hydrogen power plans

U of U study indicates IPP hydrogen plan would reduce water use compared to coal.

The test Lee and McMullin didn’t know they were taking

Panel says we need to root out divisiveness, contempt not just in our politics, but in ourselves and our families.

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