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News Clips | October 12, 2021

The New Campus-Activism Playbook

How colleges should respond to this fall’s wave of protests.

University of Utah engineers develop new exoskeleton to help amputees walk more easily

Stan Schaar thought he would never be able to easily walk again after he lost his left leg when it was crushed by a pickup truck seven years ago.

'We don't feel seen': Northern Ute Tribe citizen, U. student reflects on Indigenous People's Day

Isiah Cambridge leaned closer to the easel displaying a photograph of Native American women with a mountain range looming in the background.

‘On cloud nine’: Native American leaders in Utah react to Bears Ears, Indigenous Peoples’ Day

For Native Americans in Utah, it’s possible that there may not have been a more exciting 96 hour stretch in quite a few years like the last four days.

RTFKT is selling NFT cybersneakers to the metaverse

The Covid lockdown was good to Chris Le.

New research shows the deep political divide on race is in the classroom

New poll shows deeply polarized nation on teaching about racism.

‘Stop kicking us out’: Employees near Zion homeless amid housing shortage, tourism surge

Ahot wind whipped across the red sand just outside of Zion National Park where a woman and her dogs live in a 1970s camper because she can’t find housing in Springdale, where she works.

Great Salt Lake’s demise spurs water emergency for Utah

Utah’s iconic Great Salt Lake, long neglected by regulators, is collapsing due to a historic drought and climate change.

How did escaped tortoise Frankie get across Foothill Drive alive? Slow and steady

University of Utah authorities found Frankie more than a half-mile from his enclosure, on the other side of busy, wide Foothill Drive.

As Utah politicians fight Biden's vaccine mandate, how are businesses handling requirements?

As many Utah politicians prepare for legal battle against President Joe Biden's plan to require COVID-19 vaccination or weekly testing for most businesses across the U.S., Utah companies are trapped in political limbo.

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