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The Daily Utah Chronicle


Pasta Wars Shines Light on Self Love

“Pasta Wars” Shines Light on Self Love

By Palak Jayswal, Arts Editor February 8, 2018

Warning: This review may contain spoilers for the book "Pasta Wars." Whether you’re looking for your own romantic getaway or something to keep you distracted this Valentine’s Day, Elisa Lorello’s...

Foglesong: London Captures the Beauty of Adventure

Foglesong: London Captures the Beauty of Adventure

By Samuel Foglesong January 28, 2018

Jack London was born in San Francisco in 1876 and died 1916. Between those years he packed in about as much adventure as is possible for one human being. London is famous for his tales of the wild and...

Its an open book

“Cloche and Dagger” Creatively Cuts Cynicism

By Jaycen Eggleston January 25, 2018

Murder and intrigue are the basis of many good mystery novels. As an avid mystery and thriller reader, I’ve come across my fair share of violence, grit, gore and detectives torn between the job and their...

An intense photo of Bob Defendis face.

Dare to Defy the Dreary Day-to-Day with Defendi’s “Death by Cliché”

By Jaycen Eggleston January 16, 2018

Game worlds and possible murder may sound like the third “Spy Kids” movie, but Bob Defendi twists tales far beyond the scope of Disney in his “Death by Cliché” series — of which the newest is...

The Canticle Offers Students Opportunities

“The Canticle” Offers Students Opportunities

By Jaycen Eggleston January 12, 2018

From performing to publishing, the University of Utah offers a treasure trove of artistic opportunities for students, though some of those opportunities aren’t as well known as others. “The Canticle”...

Stack of poetry books

Breaking the Poetry Barrier

By Jaycen Eggleston January 11, 2018

English classes are home to some of the best of times or some of the worst of times and Dickens is usually just the beginning. After an introduction to the literary canon, a specific literary era or a...

A festive little girl reads a book to her furry friend.

Talking Traditions: The Books We Read Annually

By Jaycen Eggleston December 8, 2017

The weather has gotten colder and snow has already started to fall. It’s officially winter and that means it’s time for all of those traditions that sit in the back of our minds all year. Now that...

A book with flippin pages

Jayswal and Eggleston: Top 5 Books of 2017

By Jaycen Eggleston and Palak Jayswal December 7, 2017

Arts desk writers Palak Jayswal and Jaycen Eggleston discuss their top 5 books of 2017. Palak Jayswal Reading has always been a hobby of mine. In fact, “hobby” seems like an unfair word to describe...

How to find the Best Study Abroad for U

How to find the Best Study Abroad for U

By Megan Hulse August 10, 2017

Studying abroad can be a great way for undergraduate students to earn credit while on the adventure of a lifetime, but many students don’t know where to start, especially if they are in a tailored program...

Poetry Submission: Mountains for Thinkers by Michael Guynn

By Erin West May 12, 2017

  MOUNTAINS FOR THINKERS Mountains for thinkers Appear as jagged teeth A wolf's salivating fangs But for you They are burial mounds Of murdered stone Trees for thinkers Take...