The Daily Utah Chronicle

Inversion Season Fashion: Patterned Pollution Masks Give Options

Inversion Season Fashion: Patterned Pollution Masks Give Options

By Alaikia Marielle

January 17, 2019

  Salt Lake City natives are no stranger to the temperature inversion which occurs every winter and increases particulate pollution in the valley to sometimes dangerous levels. For those who are transplants to Salt Lake City, a temperature inversion is when a layer of warm air traps cold air in t...

Contemplating Graduation: Farewell to the University of Utah

Contemplating Graduation: Farewell to the University of Utah

By Adelina Whitten

January 16, 2019

  This piece was written by Adelina Whitten who graduated in Dec. of 2018. Here are a few of her thoughts prior to walking. The Arts Desk misses her and we wish her the best of luck as she enters the real world. — Madge Slack, Arts Editor Thousands of students graduate from Utah colleges ...

New Year, New TV

New Year, New TV

By Madge Slack

January 14, 2019

  Somehow, some way, HBO has managed to come out of nowhere and steal the hearts of people around the globe. Their shows are unmatched in acting, quality and expense— the perks of having more money than God. Their only shortcoming is how long it takes them to put out a new season and it see...

The Tumblr Ban on Adult Content is Problematic

The Tumblr Ban on Adult Content is Problematic

By Alaikia Marielle

January 12, 2019

  In early December 2018, Tumblr announced its plans for “a better, more positive Tumblr.” These “positive” changes to Tumblr came in the form of an all-out ban on adult content. Specifically, Tumblr tells users in their community guidelines: “Don't upload images, videos, or GIFs that s...

Moving Beyond the Vending Machine: Healthy Campus Eating for the New Year

Moving Beyond the Vending Machine: Healthy Campus Eating for the New Year

By Palak Jayswal

January 11, 2019

  With the beginning of the new year, most of us have resolutions that we want to adopt. Whether they are physical or mental resolutions, anyone who has tried to adhere to a resolution before knows the task isn’t easy. Change isn’t something meant to happen overnight, which is why it’s ...

Ugly Christmas Sweaters Abound

Ugly Christmas Sweaters Abound

By Abigail Raasch

December 5, 2018

  The holiday season is officially upon us. The world is full of Christmas lights, trees, music and every other tradition imaginable. One of the largest aspects of the season is the Ugly Christmas Sweater. So often, posters go up at work or school about an Ugly Christmas Sweater contest. We e...

Holiday Makeup: Serving Up Fresh Looks for the Season

Holiday Makeup: Serving Up Fresh Looks for the Season

By Madge Slack

December 5, 2018

  The holidays are officially here and we all know that facing our families can be as stressful as it is fun. To help fight off the holiday blues, arm yourself with your best looks. Sometimes all it takes to feel fierce is a sharp brow and a dark lip. Makeup is a form of self-expression and, ...

Eat a Cloud This Season: Navajo Tacos Are the Fluffy Treat You Need to Warm Up

Eat a Cloud This Season: Navajo Tacos Are the Fluffy Treat You Need to Warm Up

By Madge Slack

December 4, 2018

  Fry bread has inspired songs, films, T-shirts and taste buds for over 150 years. It became a staple of the Native American diet after they were forced to migrate on the “Long Walk,” a 300-mile journey from Arizona to New Mexico. When the Navajo arrived in New Mexico, they found their food a...

Celebrate Christmas with Classic Cartoons

Celebrate Christmas with Classic Cartoons

By Rohit Singh

December 3, 2018

  It’s December, it’s almost Christmas and it’s time to dive into watching holiday specials. If you are still not feeling the Christmas spirit bubbling inside you, then these cartoon Christmas specials can certainly help. Cartoons capture the essence of the festive season perfectly. They...

Name One: Native American Celebrities

Name One: Native American Celebrities

By Josh Petersen

November 27, 2018

  Try this thought experiment: Name one major Native American celebrity. For me, this task was alarmingly difficult. The people I could think of were either barely famous or historical figures from hundreds of years ago. In an era when diversity and representation are increasingly hot-button...

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