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Gabe Bealer (30) dribbles into the defense as the Runnin Utes take on Oregon State at the Jon M. Huntsman Center in Salt Lake City on Jan. 28, 2017. (Photo by Michael Adam Fondren | The Daily Utah Chronicle.

Utah Men’s Basketball Takes Fourth Place in Charleston Classic

By Kyle Garrison, Assistant Sports Editor November 19, 2023

  Coming into the weekend, the Utah men's basketball team sat at 2-0 and looked to make some noise in the much anticipated Charleston Classic. The Utes faced a tough ACC opponent in the Wake Forest...

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Unwritten Chapters: Navigating the Controversy of Book Bans

By Eliza Delgado, Arts Editor November 17, 2023

  In 1637 in Quincy, Massachusetts, Thomas Morton’s “New English Canaan” became the first book in the United States to become banned. Since then, book bans have become a growing issue across...

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It’s Time to Take an Honest Look at Streaming Services

By Andre Montoya, Arts Writer November 11, 2023

  Here’s a familiar scene: two friends are chatting about the shows they watch in their spare time. One friend is watching “Ahsoka” and “Severance,” the other is watching “Winning Time”...

George Balanchines Serenade, which the University of Utah School of Dance will present in spring 2024. (Courtesy of Luke Isley)

The School of Dance Presents Balanchine’s ‘Serenade’

By Haley Freeman, Arts Writer November 9, 2023

  In spring 2024, the University of Utah School of Dance will present George Balanchine’s "Serenade." 'Serenade' Created at the School of American Ballet in 1934, "Serenade" was the first...

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A Look at the Union’s Community Boards

By Josi Hinds, News Editor October 29, 2023

  Throughout the halls of the Union building community boards are filled with posters and information of all sorts. However, if you don’t have time to roam the Union and read everything posted...

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Mini Guide To a Perfect Fall Game Night 

By Josi Hinds, News Editor October 16, 2023

  The leaves are turning, the weather is cooling down and pumpkin spice is hitting the shelves. Fall is here, which means it’s time for apples, sweaters and of course — game nights with your...

Gilmore Girls (Courtesy Warner Bros)

How To Have A Rory Gilmore Fall

By Eliza Delgado, Arts Editor October 13, 2023

  Earlier this summer, copy editor Edie Raines wrote “How To Have a Julia Stiles Summer.” With summer transitioning into the fall, it inspired me to write about my favorite fall it-girl, Rory...

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The Colliding Worlds of Arts and Healthcare

By Eliza Delgado, Arts Editor October 11, 2023

  When it comes to research, many people would assume it focuses on STEM topics such as engineering, computer science, chemistry or biology. However, science is expanding its horizons and has become...

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Visit More Libraries and Read More Books

By Ethan Blume, Arts Writer September 30, 2023

  It has been years since I've been inside a library, aside from the Marriott Library on campus. Many people still regularly utilize the features available at libraries. I have a buddy who checks...

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Get Spooked with this Utah Haunted House Guide

By Graham Jones, Assistant Arts Editor September 28, 2023

  With Autumn in full swing, folks are looking for any way to celebrate the spooky season. For those who enjoy a good scare, there’s nothing better than visiting haunted houses. Good thing, this,...