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News Clips | November 28-December 7, 2023

Financial Secrets Survey

Open and honest communication is fundamental in a good relationship. Finances are just one of the many contexts in which partners interact.

Suicide rates for women increased 4 percent in 2022, according to latest CDC data

The latest CDC data shows a significant increase for women between the ages of 25 and 34. The number of suicides for men increased 2 percent.

University of Utah Students Criminally Charged for Protest

Seven University of Utah students were charged with misdemeanors Monday after having “stormed” a Nov. 1 event on campus that was critical of the transgender community, The Salt Lake Tribune reported.

Scientists Mystified by Rare, High-Energy Cosmic Ray, the Most Powerful Since 1991

Researchers have been unable to locate an obvious source for the particle—it seems to have traveled from an empty spot in space.

Going to college just got a little bit cheaper for Utahns

Starting in January, Utah students will be able to apply to any in-state public college for free.

Gov. Cox doesn’t want Utah colleges commenting on Israel-Hamas war—or any other political issue

Utah Board of Higher Education passed a measure requiring state universities to create policies on free speech and the limitations of it.

Utah's growth became a bit more 'normal' in 2023. Here's where 56K new residents live

Utah's population growth is slowing down, but still, tens of thousands of people moved here in the past year, according to a new state population report.

Salt Lake City sees decline in youth population

Salt Lake City's youth population has declined to its lowest level in more than a century, according to a report by the University of Utah's Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute released this week.

What's being done to rid Utah of inversion pollution?

The sight of hazy hue skies of toxic air particles hovering over Salt Lake City means inversion season has once again returned. The question is now, is anything being done about it?

‘A burst of new information’: Database reveals new truths about slavery and race in early Utah

Brigham Young spoke vehemently against letting Black men vote, while fellow LDS apostle Orson Pratt said basing such a policy on skin color “is enough to cause the angels in heaven to blush.”

The Fallout: What the Antisemitism Hearing Could Mean for Higher Education

After Republicans grilled three university presidents on Capitol Hill, experts weigh in on the broader implications for public opinion and the politics of colleges and universities.

Opinion: How long do we wait for meaningful improvements on air quality?

Addressing this long-standing and complex issue takes everyday actions from each of us.

Does Utah really have the "Greatest Snow on Earth"?

We here in Utah like to claim that we have “the greatest snow on earth.” But do we really? What is it that makes our snow so great? Is it the Great Salt Lake?

Opinion: Get to know Utah’s wetlands, and you’ll to learn to love them

Without knowing a place intimately, how can one act on its behalf?

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