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News Clips | October 21, 2022

Utah now has one of the few business schools in the nation named solely for a woman

Salt Lake Community College will use a $10 million donation from philanthropist Gail Miller to expand and modernize its business school.

Housing market correction won't fix Utah housing shortage

Yes, home prices are correcting as higher mortgage interest rates clamp down on demand. But it's not erasing Utah's housing shortage — and that means Utah's housing affordability crisis isn't going anywhere.

5 Things Utah

Medicaid Director Strohecker discusses redeterminations, Deceptive COVID self-reporting, Gov. Cox & youth mental health

Doctors share advice on dealing with the Adderall shortage

There’s a widespread shortage of some types of the drug, but there are other medications for patients, experts say.

Deadly Animal Venom Could Lead To Pharmaceutical Breakthroughs

Venoms are deadly cocktails of peptides and proteins, but as individual components, venomous compounds can be used as life-saving drugs.

From Missouri to Utah: Alisa McCusker joins the Utah Museum of Fine Arts as senior curator

Among the museum curator’s most valuable skills is to demystify and make accessible to exhibition visitors the opportunity to interpret the stories behind the creation of great works of art, whether they were made 500 years ago or even within the past several months.

A Federal Appeals Court Found the Consumer Protection Bureau’s Funding Structure is Unconstitutional

The agency, created in response to the 2008 financial crisis, has faced a slew of legal challenges.

Why Harvesting Solar Energy Is a Win for America’s Farmers

Agrivoltaics reduce emissions, save water, and may even boost crop yields.

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