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News Clips | September 25-28, 2021

University of Utah holds 'Journey Towards Healing' event following Lowe shooting

Following the shooting death of Utes player Aaron Lowe, the University of Utah is inviting members of the University’s Black community to come together in person & virtually to hear thoughts, concerns, and begin the journey of healing as a community.

While U. grieves Aaron Lowe's death, officials pledge to improve campus for Black community

In a paper he wrote for a University of Utah communications class, Aaron Lowe acknowledged that not many people know enough about Black culture.

A look at the University of Utah’s mental health resources

The University of Utah is grieving from the shooting death of a second football player in less than a year.

University of Utah doctor: Not enough data to prove that COVID-19 causes erectile dysfunction

A Utah surgeon and physician is detailing the connection between COVID-19 erectile dysfunction.

University of Utah doctor offers classes to keep people outdoors and out of the emergency room

COVID-19 has pushed more people into the outdoors, but with that comes more injuries.

Front-line fatigue: 'I don't want to lose my humanity' — CNAs weighed down by empathy exhaustion

Cole Squire vividly remembers walking past the rooms of the COVID-19 patients when he was working as a certified nursing assistant at University of Utah Health in Salt Lake City.

‘A casualty of the pandemic’: Utah health leaders say COVID-19 politics have damaged public’s trust in them

Lack of trust, gaps in planning left Utah health officials sidelined as COVID-19 hit.

11,000-year-old solution to modern problem: Ancient potato could thrive in changing climate

Indigenous communities of the Southwest work to ‘rematriate’ the Four Corners Potato.

Utah confirms 3,176 new COVID-19 cases, 23 deaths since Friday

Utah health officials confirmed 3,176 new COVID-19 cases and 23 deaths over the weekend.

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