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News Clips | November 24-30, 2021

How Exercise Affects Your Appetite

For most of us, exercise impacts our hunger and weight in unexpected and sometimes contradictory ways.

University of Utah’s Sabah Sial named Rhodes Scholar

The University of Utah has its first Rhodes Scholar in 20 years.

How 9 books started a fight over censorship and pornography in this Utah school district

Canyons School District removed the controversial titles against policy, and they are now under review.

Pop Life: Asian Representation in Pop Culture with Kent Ono

On this episode of Pop Life, Kendall Phillips chats with Kent Ono. Kent Ono is a Professor in the Department of Communication at the University of Utah.

Ignoble Notables

Three Utah scientists honored with this year's other peace prize.

Daily Tips for Your Winter Run Streak

Whether it is your first or your 11th run streak, these expert-backed tips will carry you through.

Uinta Basin is hemorrhaging methane as leaks go undetected

Up to 8% of the basin’s gas production escapes, costing both the climate and the economy, according to U. study.

How Utah is tackling the mental health crisis on its college campuses

Utah Legislature one of the most pro-mental health bodies in the country, Huntsman Mental Health Institute CEO says.

Reported hate crime on U of U campus under investigation

University of Utah officials are investigating a reported hate crime incident that happened on campus.

Utah doctor answers questions on omicron variant

With concern over the newly-discovered omicron variant of COVID-19, Dr. Sankar Swaminathan with University of Utah Health discusses the variant and what it means to Utah and the world.

This is when Utah’s ski and snowboard resorts expect to open

Park City Mountain Resort becomes the fourth to fire up its lifts; three more could join in by the end of the week.

Fact check: Claim is missing context on WHO's parental-consent guidelines for vaccinating children

The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Food and Drug Administration approved the use of the Pfizer-BioNTech COVID-19 vaccine for children ages 5-11 in late October and early November.

Utah economists: Carbon fee and dividend policy would be a win for climate and Utah’s economy

Carbon fee would be economically efficient, improve health and help the poor.

2 More Community Colleges Targeted by Ransomware

Butler County and Lewis and Clark Community Colleges are the most recent victims in a spate of ransomware attacks targeting higher ed institutions.

Researchers believe omicron COVID variant will reach Utah, sooner or later

Health officials in Utah say they're keeping a close eye on the new COVID-19 variant coming out of South Africa, but how worried should we be in the Beehive State?

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