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Students lacking tech skills, finding problems completing online applications

05/17/2013 9:40am
Technology is changing the college admissions process, but not all students are benefiting. Utah schools are trying to address the digital divide facing some students who want to go to college, but may not be tech savvy.

Medical artist's work helping cancer survivors feel whole again

05/17/2013 11:13pm
A mastectomy is a common method of treatment breast cancer patients. For some cancer survivors, what the surgery takes away has a more profound effect on them than they had imagined. But a Utah artist is offering them hope and wholeness once again.
 
   
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