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News Clips | September 3-6, 2022

Students Vote for Remote (Employees)

When making decisions about whether non-faculty employees’ jobs could be done remotely or under a hybrid arrangement, college and university officials may not realize that most students don’t expect or feel they need in-person staff.

Latina dean to lead one of the University of Utah's largest colleges

Michelle Camacho has reached the upper echelons of academia as the new dean at the University of Utah's College of Social and Behavioral Science. But her pathway to higher education looked a bit different than that of many of her colleagues.

Mental health resources are ready, available for University of Utah students

Navigating a new chapter as an incoming college freshman, or even a returning student, can be overwhelming. At the University of Utah, mental health first responders are stationed at each residential building, ready to listen and provide support.

Goal of Utah’s monument lawsuit: Take down the Antiquities Act

Consovoy McCarthy, the state’s outside law firm, stands to reap millions in fees getting case before the Supreme Court.

Utah youth hold “die-in” to mourn the decline of Great Salt Lake

Over 100 people walked silently in a single file on the dry Great Salt Lake bed Saturday. They wanted to send a message to elected Utah leaders that a healthy Great Salt Lake is vital to the environment, residents and future generations. They called on legislators to preserve the lake by investing in practical solutions like reducing water usage.

University of Utah reports racist threats following slurs at BYU volleyball match

The U. said a Black faculty member was called the N-word while waiting for a train.

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