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U of U School of Medicine discusses growth as class of 2015 takes the stage

SALT LAKE CITY, Utah – University of Utah medical students who are part of the graduating class of 2015 marched to the stage at Kingsbury Hall Saturday to pick up their diplomas, saying after years of vigorous studying, they’re relieved to be finished and look forward to the future. 313 more words

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U of U researcher: American Indian students face brunt of inequality regarding discipline in schools

SALT LAKE CITY — Utah schools are pushing American Indian students out the door and into trouble, according to a new study from the University of Utah, 457 more words

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I Survived My Daughter's First Year of College

I can’t believe my daughter’s first year of college is over and my son is finishing his senior year! It’s been a strange year for me, being an ’empty nester,’ but a good one, too. 372 more words

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Former Ute drafted into NFL will play for Cleveland Browns

SALT LAKE CITY — It’s almost every football player’s dream to make it into the NFL and get paid to play the game they love. 235 more words

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Fox 13 investigates SLC's top water users, finds dramatic reductions

SALT LAKE CITY — The three biggest water users in Salt Lake City from 13 years ago are still the biggest water users today, though all three are much smaller water users. 361 more words

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Snow Canyon stuns Herriman, wins state rugby title

Hollywood couldn’t have written a better ending than what took place Saturday afternoon at the University of Utah soccer field between the No. 10 Snow Canyon Warriors and the No. 851 more words

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When Do Mothers Need Others?

by University of Utah News

Hillary Clinton once famously said, “It takes a village to raise a child.” It turns out that’s been true for centuries: New research by a University of Utah anthropologist explains how and why mothers in ancient societies formed cooperative groups to help raise their children. 751 more words

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