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News Clips | October 30-November 1, 2021

Washington County parents want to ban some books from their schools’ libraries

Some parents in Washington County are trying to ban several books from school libraries.

Let there be lights—Why this year’s Diwali festival means so much to so many

For Utah Hindus and others, it’s a chance to reconnect after the darkness of COVID-19.

Engineers Find New Way to Clean Up Space Junk in Orbit

Engineers have devised a new technique to clear space debris using magnets.

Three Tips For Your Small Business To Finish The Year Strong

As October comes to a close, small businesses around the world face the compounding pressures of the end of the year and the beginning of the holiday season.

Utah’s labor shortage is a huge problem—unless you’re on the job hunt

Worries over critical labor shortage challenges have migrated beyond the borders of the business community and are now shared by over two-thirds of Utahns, according to a new survey.

Pac-12 honors former football players Aaron Lowe, Ty Jordan as U of U retires number 22

Schools in the Pacific-12 Conference have joined the University of Utah in honoring former football players Aaron Lowe and Ty Jordan, who were both tragically lost to gun violence.

Reaction uses alternating current to selectively reduce carbonyl groups

A simple and standard electrochemistry setup overcomes a hurdle in the field.

Utah universities aren’t graduating computer science students fast enough for Silicon Slopes. That could soon change.

Both the University of Utah and Utah Valley University have received millions of dollars to construct new buildings and attract more students to the field.

Will Utah's redistricting maps end up unequal? How growth will factor in next decade

The next stage of the state's redistricting process is nearing now that the Utah Independent Redistricting Commission has selected 12 recommended voting maps.

If You Notice This on Your Skin, Get a Blood Test, Experts Warn

Your skin is your body's largest organ, and while many of us focus on keeping it looking youthful and wrinkle-free, it could also be a vehicle through which other parts of your body signal that an illness or disease is brewing.

Opening schools for in-person learning not linked with increase in COVID-19 case rates

Since March 2020, parents, educators, and politicians have debated whether to send children to school in person during the COVID-19 pandemic.

U of U Health scientists lead new studies investigating the long-term effects of COVID-19

The nationwide studies, supported by the National Institutes of Health, will attempt to answer key questions about the lingering effects of the viral disorder on pregnant individuals and their infants.

New study reveals children are as susceptible to COVID-19 infection as adults

A study published in the Journal of the American Medical Association says children are just as susceptible as adults to being infected with COVID-19.

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