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The Salt Lake Tribune held a panel discussion this week on the current prevalence of fake news; what the trend means for the public, and its implications for journalists. Fake or Fact: What is News? took place on Wednesday, March 22, in the Nancy Tessman Auditorium of the Salt Lake City Public Library. Moderated by […]
The Salt Lake City Public Library recently hosted a panel discussion focused on how citizens and police can work together to create a safe and peaceful space. Panelists included: • Deeda Seed, member of the Community Coalition for Police Reform • Tim Doubt, Chief of Staff for the Salt Lake City Police Department • Jen […]
In partnership with The Salt Lake Tribune, KCPW producer and host Roger McDonough moderated a town hall forum looking at sexual assault on Utah college campuses. The event took place the evening of June 30th at The Leonardo in downtown Salt Lake City. [Audio follows below]. Across the country and in Utah, colleges and the justice system […]
2016 NHMU Lecture Series: Deep Sea – Deep Secrets: Exploring and Understanding the World Beneath the Waves (3/29/16)
NHMU Lecture featuring Dr. David Gallo Oceanographer, Director of Special Projects, Woods Hole Oceanographic Institution The oceans cover more than 70% of the Earth’s surface. We are just beginning to understand the oceans’ role in human origins, evolution, and destiny. They provide half of the oxygen we breathe, most of the fresh water we need, and protein […]
Lawsuits, property sales and now arrests have rocked the polygamous Fundamentalist Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints (FLDS) based in Hildale, Utah, and Colorado City, Ariz., collectively known as Short Creek. On Wednesday night, Tribune reporter Nate Carlisle and photographer Trent Nelson joined Jennifer Napier-Pearce to talk about the transformation of this community at […]