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The Great Halloween Candy Debate of 2018

By Palak Jayswal and Josh Petersen October 30, 2018

  At the arts desk, we know the two real purposes of Halloween are watching movies and eating tons of junk food. However, not all candy is created equal. In this article, two writers debate the...

courtesy Hooked App

Hooked App Launches in Salt Lake City

By Alaikia Marielle October 5, 2018

The restaurant discount app, Hooked, launched in Salt Lake City on Sept. 17, 2018, bringing their total college communities served from 39 to 40. Hooked partners with food and drink establishments,...

Cheers to Autumn

Cheers to Autumn

By Palak Jayswal, Arts Editor October 2, 2018

With October rolling in, everyone is getting ready for the most beautiful season there is. With the shift from hot weather to slightly cooler temperatures comes a change of seasonal snacks. Gone are the...

Puntas de fillet a la norteña at the Red Iguana on North Temple in Salt Lake City.

(Photo by: Justin Prather | The Utah Chronicle).

Eating Globally, Locally

By Adelina Whitten September 27, 2018

Utah is primarily known for the Mormon pioneers who settled here in 1847 and fry sauce. Salt Lake City is actually home to a thriving variety of different cultures and religions. SLC’s food market is...

Petersen Heritage Center Dining Hall

Dining on Campus: The PHC

By Marshall Falkner September 8, 2018

If you are reading this, either you have nothing else to do, or you're living on campus with a meal plan, which you definitely should. My freshman year, I lived on campus with a meal plan. It saved me...

A sign showing the U farmers market Students pass at Tanner Plaza.

Keeping It Fresh: Eat Local Week

By Abigail Raasch, Arts Writer September 6, 2018

As college students, it can often be hard to eat healthy. Those fruits, veggies and whole grains take time, energy and resources. It becomes much easier to drive through some fast food chain and grab your...

(Photo by: Justin Prather / Daily Utah Chronicle).

Macarons Made Simple

By Madge Slack September 5, 2018

Macarons get a lot of bad press, but they are actually much more baker-friendly than anticipated. I’m not going to lie to you. Macarons take two hours and a lot of focus. This is not boxed brownie batter...

Mac N Cheese: The King of Gooey Gold

Mac N’ Cheese: The King of Gooey Gold

By Madge Slack August 28, 2018

Mac n’ cheese: it’s the cheaper alternative to delivery pizza to get you through your college years. For many, it’s a period in their life when they live solely on cheesy goodness. Whether it’s...

Free Kittens: A Comical Escapade

Free Kittens: A Comical Escapade

By Adelina Whitten August 8, 2018

I couldn’t figure out why the baseball kept getting larger, and then it hit me. Comedy as entertainment can be traced back to ancient Greece, where it was one of three principle dramatic forms in...

Pink Drinks of Summer

Pink Drinks of Summer

By Madge Slack July 28, 2018

It’s getting hot this summer. What's better to cool you down than some super sweet hydrating cocktails? For those over the age of 21, sipping pretty by the pool is one of the ultimate pleasures that...