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News Clips | November 3-7, 2022

University of Utah initiative plans to help students fulfill basic needs while in college

An initiative at the University of Utah is helping college students ease stress by helping them meet their basic needs as they pursue their degrees.

EPA launches west side environmental justice study

The Environmental Protection Agency has launched an environmental justice assessment into the challenges facing Salt Lake City's west side residents.

University of Utah continues to recruit students, alumni to enroll in unique housing option

The University of Utah is ramping up its efforts to recruit more students and alumni for its newer housing option called Home Away From Home.

With new name and $15M donation, University of Utah hopes to diversify its computer school

With high demand for tech-savvy workers, Utah companies are hitting a “bottleneck” in hiring for technology and computing jobs.

Utah outdoor enthusiasts are mobilizing to drive state’s conservation policies

Desire to protect wilderness playgrounds has climbers, hunters, others voting with environment in mind.

Why are Utah athletes being asked to provide menstrual histories in order to participate?

The practice is commonplace around the country, but has come under fire since the reversal of Roe v. Wade.

Linn Goldberg and Rocky Anderson: Utah’s anti-abortion legislation is cruel and dangerous to women

Utah’s rate of pregnancy-related deaths is already too high, and laws will make it worse.

Creating a new kind of ‘treasure map’ in Salt Lake City

This one will highlight neighborhood jewels on the west side.

The Larry H. & Gail Miller Family Foundation & the University of Utah celebrate 20 years of Enrichment Scholarship Programe

For 20 years, students have received the Larry H. and Gail Miller Enrichment Scholarship to further their academic pursuits at the University of Utah and help them make significant contributions to the community.

Intergalactic University of Utah project helps bring the celestial sphere to your laptop

Do you want to go to Mars? Or how about a visit to the James Webb Space Telescope? A virtual, real-time visit to these places is happening through a project at the University of Utah's Scientific Computing and Imaging Institute.

University of Utah police undergoing training to build trust with students

University of Utah police are undergoing training to help build trust with the students on campus. The department has made numerous changes since the scrutiny that came with Lauren McCluskey's murder in 2018.

Neutrinos: How they might explain the ends of the universe

One of the most well-studied galaxies and its neutrinos have made more history, and the University of Utah is a part of it.

HPV vaccine rate for Utah teens increasing

Utah historically had one of the lowest rates of teens getting the HPV vaccine, but new data shows that’s changing. According to data from the CDC, Utah’s HPV vaccination rate for kids ages 13 to 17 has jumped 16.4% since 2020.

Uncontested races in Utah: Why are there so many?

Right now across Utah, there are 166 county, 33 legislative, and three state school board candidates running uncontested on ballots. There are over 200 uncontested candidates in all.

Utah RSV cases 'increasing rapidly,' doctor says; preventative measures encouraged

tah doctors are bracing for a bad RSV season and Dr. Andrew Pavia says the respiratory syncytial virus is "here and increasing rapidly."

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