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Salt Lake City’s Big Fat Greek Festival

By Alexis Cortez September 15, 2016

The Greek Festival, which acts as a fundraiser for the Greek community, ran for three days last weekend at its usual corner on 3rd West with food, music and dancers performing onstage. The entrance to...

Photo credit: Erin West

The England Hub: Good Brews and Great Service

July 22, 2016

If you’re a student in the U's School of Medicine or the Nursing, Health or Pharmacy Colleges, it’s likely you’re familiar with The England Hub – a small café that suits its name located right...

Beat the Heat: What to Wear to Class in the Summer

Beat the Heat: What to Wear to Class in the Summer

July 15, 2016
Looking for a go-to outfit to jump into for your summer classes?
Students study in the Spencer Fox Eccles Business Building on Monday, Nov. 9, 2015

Five Ways to Productively Procrastinate Studying for Midterms

March 3, 2016

Midterms always seem to descend when we least expect them. We've just been going about our daily routine and, without realizing it, we've made it halfway through the semester. Instead of being rewarded...

Four Activities to Help You Get Into the Spring Spirit

Four Activities to Help You Get Into the Spring Spirit

February 25, 2016

The start of spring is still a month away, according to the calendar. However, it's never too early to start daydreaming about the return of warmer weather to the Wasatch front. The recent sunshine has...

If Youre Interested in Pinterest DIY, Prepare to Get Messy, Face Disappointment

If You’re Interested in Pinterest DIY, Prepare to Get Messy, Face Disappointment

February 18, 2016

Pinterest, the photo-recipe-craft sharing website, launched six years ago. In those six years, thousands upon thousands of do-it-yourself projects have been uploaded to keep users occupied. After all these...

The Best SLC Thrift Stores to Keep Fashion Vintage and Your Wallet Happy

The Best SLC Thrift Stores to Keep Fashion Vintage and Your Wallet Happy

February 2, 2016

Salt Lake City is a great city to find local businesses of every kind to accentuate everyone's unique way of living. The thrift stores scattered throughout the city are some of the best. While many of...

Dressing the Part: How to Stay Fashionable (and Warm) at Sundance

Dressing the Part: How to Stay Fashionable (and Warm) at Sundance

January 28, 2016

The Sundance Film Festival is underway with some of the best fashion it has ever seen. The cold weather allows for layers and stylish hats and brings out peoples' inner fashionistas and makes them reach...

Eccles Student Life Center on the University of Utah campus in Salt Lake City. (Chronicle archives.)

Pro Tips to Keep Your First-Week Stress in Check

January 13, 2016

After three weeks spent forgetting that school existed, the first weeks back on the grind can be tiresome and painful. With a million things to plan, submit and show up for, things can quickly reach critical...

Womens vintage dresses inside Afterlife Vintage in Salt Lake City, Utah on Thursday, Nov. 19, 2015. (Rishi Deka, Daily Utah Chronicle)

Sugarhouse’s “Afterlife Vintage” a Great Place to Expand Collections, Go Retro

November 30, 2015

It started out as a trailer going around Utah selling vintage items. Now, Afterlife Vintage calls the building on 2219 South and 700 East a permanent home. Jacqueline Whitmore opened the brick and mortar...

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