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News Clips | October 26, 2021

Two colleges in Utah continue to lose students as others start to rebound from the pandemic

Salt Lake Community College and Utah State University, though, are seeing their declines steady out.

Henry Lee Adams, pioneering figure in Utah law, dies at 86

Adams was the first Black person to graduate from University of Utah’s law school, among other firsts.

Utah hospitals ask for wheelchair, walker, crutches donations amid supply shortage

November and December mark the busiest time of year for orthopedic surgeries.

Is President Joe Biden's job performance up or down in Utah? New poll has answers

President Joe Biden's approval rating continues to plummet in Utah as many of his policies and proposals don't play well in the conservative state.

Why these 2 Utah GOP congressmen are embracing worldwide climate change issues

Sen. Mitt Romney, Rep. John Curtis take aim at China’s emissions.

Prosthetic Device Partially Restores Blind Biology Teacher’s Vision

With the help of special glasses that interface with electrodes embedded in her brain, Berna Gomez was able to read letters and distinguish shapes for the first time in 16 years.

Experts say Great Salt Lake problems require more water

Experts studying the Great Salt Lake say the problems of dust in the air and threats to the ecosystem could be solved by getting more water into the lake.

Social work advocacy critical to address digital divide as social justice issue

The United Nations General Assembly declared access to the internet a basic human right in 2016.

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