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News Clips | September 15-16, 2022

University of Utah break ground on new learning and housing center

The University of Utah broke ground on a new $114 million dollar project that will house 775 students on Thursday, October 15.

Pressure builds on housing market as mortgage rates cross 6%, a first since 2008

Mortgage rates crossed the 6% threshold and hit their highest point since 2008, upping the pressure on the U.S. housing market and pricing out even more would-be homebuyers.

Historic 2022 triple-digital temperatures may be sign of things to come

As Utah looks back on an historic late summer heat wave, a University of Utah professor said it’s a harbinger of things to come.

Police probing topless women who attended Utah football game in body paint

Two female fans are the center of a school police probe after the pair showed up to a University of Utah football game topless with only body paint covering their breasts.

University of Utah seeks new CIO

University of Utah, Salt Lake City, is searching for a new chief investment officer/associate vice president for investments.

What the University of Utah has to say after 2 female students wore body paint as tops to football game

After two young women entered the University of Utah’s Rice-Eccles Stadium during last weekend’s football game wearing body paint as tops, the university issued a statement Wednesday that said anyone in violation of Utah’s state statute on lewdness involving a child will not be allowed entrance or will be ejected from the stadium.

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