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News Clips | November 2, 2022

Initiative helps college students fulfill basic needs while in school

An initiative is helping college students focus on getting their degree by easing other worries in their life, like getting enough to eat.

The University of Utah opens scholarship applications for Native American students

The University of Utah opened applications on Nov. 1 for its new scholarship for Indigenous undergraduate students who are members of one of the federally recognized tribes in Utah. The scholarship covers tuition and all mandatory fees.

‘We’re always in need’: How Utah Foster Care works to retain good foster parents

The winner in the small business category deals with retention, both of employees and foster parents.

Meet our 20 in their 20s honorees (2022 edition)

Utah Business is proud to introduce you to our state’s up-and-coming talent. These twenty-somethings are starting their own businesses, rising through the ranks of existing ones, and recreating the world. Meet the 2022 Utah Business 20 in their 20s.

Utah’s Olympic bidders are confident another Winter Games is coming. But when?

Both Sapporo and Salt Lake City expected to advance to next stage of bidding for 2030 Winter Games.

Amoxicillin Shortage Reveals Fragility of Antibiotic Supply

The University of Utah’s drug information service, which tracks shortages, reported low supplies of 32 antimicrobial drugs, including antibiotics, as of Sept. 30.

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