Trib Talk

“Trib Talk,” hosted by education reporter Benjamin Wood, features Salt Lake Tribune reporters and invited guests discussing the latest news and diving into topics that affect Utahns.

Live: Utah’s first responders describe how they cope with PTSD

In a bonus episode of ‘Trib Talk,’ Salt Lake Tribune editor Jennifer Napier-Pearce moderates a panel discussion on Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder among Utah’s first responders.Panelists include: Rep. Lee Perry, a Utah Highway Patrol lieutenant; Sgt. Lisa Pascadlo, peer-support coordinator at the Salt Lake City Police Department; Shante Johnson, spokeswoman for the Utah State Lodge Fop (Fraternal Order of Police); and Salt Lake City Fire Capt. Mike Stevens, an advocate for better mental health care for firefighters.

May 25, 2018

How to build a bulletproof school | Episode 6

On today’s episode of “Trib Talk,” Tribune reporter Benjamin Wood chats with Canyons School District teacher Katie Hewitt and Utah School Superintendents Association executive director Terry Shoemaker about how student safety is helped or hurt by modern school design trends.

May 23, 2018

The five things to know about Utah, according to Paul Rolly | Episode 5

On today’s episode of “Trib Talk,” Tribune reporter Benjamin Wood chats with recently-retired columnist Paul Rolly about his view of Utah politics after a long media career, and the recent staff cuts at The Salt Lake Tribune.

May 16, 2018

Hugging co-workers can be problematic. But banning it won’t stop sexual misconduct. | Episode 4

In this week’s episode of “Trib Talk,” Benjamin Wood, Tribune reporter Taylor Stevens, and employment attorney Jonathan Driggs discuss hugging in the workplace, and how unwanted physical contact can become problematic for employers and employees.

May 09, 2018