Daily Utah Chronicle

It’s All A Matter of Art

It’s All A Matter of Art

By Madge Slack, Haley Oliphant, Lynette Randall, Jaycen Eggleston, Palak Jayswal, Alina Hansen, Vineeth Bajji, Josh Petersen, and Maraya Rashid

January 17, 2018

Asking why the arts matter is not a new question, so attempting to answer the question as college students, writers, artists and musicians is not only crucial, but it is an obligation for any sort of artist and for The Utah Chronicle arts desk. The arts can be defined as anything that inspires innova...

To Binge or Not to Binge Episode 4: “The Handmaid’s Tale”

By Maraya Rashid

November 30, 2017

Welcome to “The Handmaid’s Tale,” where America is now referred to as the Republic of Gilead. Women are considered walking wombs and personal choice is a thing of the past. Unlike many dystopian stories, this wasn’t the result of an apocalypse, but the world’s plague of near infertility. The...

Gloves Come Off with Coco Artist

Gloves Come Off with Coco Artist

By Maraya Rashid

November 17, 2017

The University of Utah welcomed Emron Grover to campus on Nov. 3. Grover, a Utah native, has been working for Pixar for 10 years. He has been drawing since he was 2 years old, but he never thought of doing anything with his artistic ability on a professional level until he was in college. As a teenager,...

Ananya Dance Theatre Blends Art and Activism

Ananya Dance Theatre Blends Art and Activism

By Maraya Rashid

November 1, 2017

The University of Utah was thrilled to host Minneapolis’s modern Indian-Fusion Dance Company this past week, leading to their performance on the 28th. Ananya Dance Theatre began in 2004, and according to their website, their mission is to “intersect Contemporary Indian American Dance with a philosoph...

Choose Your Chocolate Wisely

Choose Your Chocolate Wisely

By Maraya Rashid

October 24, 2017

With hectic school, work and social schedules, it can be easy to not think about what goes into the food we eat. Food has more than just a direct impact on our bodies, but it also has an emotional and physical impact on others around the world. Unethical work conditions are often publicized, exposing...

Halloween & Chill

Halloween & Chill

By Maraya Rashid

October 23, 2017

As September gives way to October, you may notice an increase in autumn-themed dates showing up on your social media feeds. Salt Lake City has so much to offer for those of us who love fall; the ever-changing colors and cooler temperatures provide the perfect climate to get outside and enjoy this transitional...

An Autumn Lover’s Guide to Coffee

An Autumn Lover’s Guide to Coffee

By Maraya Rashid

October 12, 2017

It’s safe to say that autumn is finally here. With the cooler temperatures come flannels, pumpkin patches, apple picking and of course, everyone’s favorite drinks to help them stay warm. I decided to check out several coffee shops around Salt Lake City to see what they had to offer for this milder...

Welcome Fall at Oktoberfest

Welcome Fall at Oktoberfest

By Maraya Rashid

September 29, 2017

Snowbird Ski and Summer Resortís 45th annual Oktoberfest kicked off this year on Aug. 15, just in time to welcome us back to school and celebrate the incoming autumn season. Oktoberfest dates back to the 19th century in celebration of King Ludwig I and Princess Therese of Saxony-Hildburghausenís marriage...

Stay Up to Date!
Stay up to date with our top stories delivered straight to your inbox!
We respect your privacy. No spam. Ever.