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Villain in 'Shang-Chi' Steals the Show
By Megan Fisher, Arts Writer • September 17, 2021

  “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” begins not with the hero, but the villain. Played...

J. Willard Marriott Library in Salt Lake City, UT on Wednesday May 23, 2018. (Photo by Curtis Lin | Daily Utah Chronicle)
Reframing the Conversation Series Joins In-Person Return
By Devin Oldroyd, News Writer • September 17, 2021

  On Sept. 8, 2020, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion’s Reframing the Conversation series made its...

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Intimate Settings and Powerful Performance in Benington's 'PSYCHOPOMP'
By Sara Gillett, Arts Writer • September 17, 2021

  "PSYCHOPOMP," an incredible performance written and directed by a former Salt Lake City resident Roger Benington, is an intimate...

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Utah Golf Finishes 9th in First Tournament of the Season
By Blake Wittwer September 17, 2021

  Utah men’s golf finished ninth out of 14 teams this weekend at the Maui Jim invitational...

Urban Arts Festival: Community of Utah Creatives
Urban Arts Festival: Community of Utah Creatives
By India Bown, Arts Writer • September 16, 2021

In the downtown area of Salt Lake, the city comes alive with the artists’ attraction of the Urban...

Real Salt Lake defender, Donny Toia (#4), in the match vs Houston Dynamo at Rio Tinto stadium in Sandy, UT on June 26, 2021. (Photo by Jack Gambassi | The Daily Utah Chronicle)
RSL Trending Up After Juarez Steps Down
By Brian Preece, Sports Writer • September 16, 2021

  When Real Salt Lake players woke up on Friday, August 27, they expected to be preparing for...

J. Willard Marriott Library in Salt Lake City, UT on Wednesday May 23, 2018. (Photo by Curtis Lin | Daily Utah Chronicle)
Reframing the Conversation Series Joins In-Person Return
By Devin Oldroyd, News Writer • September 17, 2021

  On Sept. 8, 2020, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion’s Reframing the Conversation series made its in-person comeback with Inclusive Histories...

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In-Person Classes Resume, Open Parking Spots Become Scarce
By Stephanie Hong, News Writer • September 15, 2021

  The Fall 2021 semester at the University of Utah began on Aug. 23, and the campus became rapidly crowded compared to the spring and summer semesters. As a commuter campus,...

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Big Campus, Big Responsibility: U Conserves Water During Ongoing Drought
By Kelsey Earl and Kayleigh Silverstein September 14, 2021

  Late August and September of 2021 have brought unusual amounts of rain to the University of Utah's campus. However, as of Sept. 12, 71.35% of Salt Lake County was in "exceptional...

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Editorial: Post-Grad Plans Are Achievable With The U's Help
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Editorial: College is Expensive, Yet We Persist
Children
Brown: Parents Should Encourage Little League Sports
By Jackson Brown, Opinion Writer • September 16, 2021

  Little league sports paint the image of overly passionate parents who take things a little too seriously. Whether parents are yelling...

The MUSS (Mighty Utah Student Section) flashes the U at the football season opener in Salt Lake City on September 2, 2021. (Photo by Jonathan Wang | The Daily Utah Chronicle)
Forth: The U Should Stop Hosting Football Games During COVID-19
By Kate Forth, Opinion Writer • September 16, 2021

  I get it. Football games are one of the best parts about college. It feels exhilarating to stand in a stadium and watch your favorite team score a touchdown. But with that...

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Buening: Follow the Leader to Achieve Gender Equality
By Sarah Buening, Opinion Writer • September 16, 2021

  This summer, I wrote about Utah’s dreadful women’s issues stigmatization problem. At the time, a 2020 WalletHub study placed Utah in last place for women’s equality...

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Actors Tyler Fox and Paul Kiernan in "PSYCHOPOMP." (Courtesy Roger Benington)
Intimate Settings and Powerful Performance in Benington's 'PSYCHOPOMP'
By Sara Gillett, Arts Writer • September 17, 2021

  "PSYCHOPOMP," an incredible performance written and directed by a former Salt Lake City resident Roger Benington, is an intimate...

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Villain in 'Shang-Chi' Steals the Show
By Megan Fisher, Arts Writer • September 17, 2021

  “Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings” begins not with the hero, but the villain. Played by Hong Kong megastar and titan of World Arthouse cinema Tony Leung, Wenwu...

Urban Arts Festival: Community of Utah Creatives
Urban Arts Festival: Community of Utah Creatives
By India Bown, Arts Writer • September 16, 2021

In the downtown area of Salt Lake, the city comes alive with the artists’ attraction of the Urban Arts Festival at the Gateway Mall. Hosted by the Utah Arts Alliance, the festival...

Utah
Utah Football Closes Out Non-Conference Schedule at San Diego State
By Ethan Pearce, Assistant Sports Editor • September 17, 2021

  The University of Utah football team is looking to get back on track after a loss to BYU in Provo. They will head to San Diego State...

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Utah Golf Finishes 9th in First Tournament of the Season
By Blake Wittwer September 17, 2021

  Utah men’s golf finished ninth out of 14 teams this weekend at the Maui Jim invitational in what was their first tournament of the season. Overall, the Utes shot 10 under...

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No. 10 Utah Volleyball Suffers Tough Loss to No. 15 BYU on the Road
By Emily Dush, Sports Writer • September 17, 2021

  The Utah women’s volleyball team took a tough loss on the road to No. 15 BYU, losing in three sets. After a long three-game road trip, the Utes are still in good standing...

A balloon display is marched down State St. in Salt Lake City for the Pride march on June 6, 2021. (Photo by Jack Gambassi |The Daily Utah Chronicle)
Salt Lake Pride March: A Photo Series
By Jack Gambassi, Photographer • June 11, 2021
Real Salt Lake forward Rubio Rubin (No. 14) celebrates his second goal during the 2021 season
Real Salt Lake Takes Home Win in 2021 Season Opener: A Photo Series
By Jack Gambassi, Photographer • May 3, 2021