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The Alvin Gittins Gallery on the University of Utah campus in Salt Lake City on March 14, 2022.

Gittins Gallery Reopens with ‘Return’

By Edie Raines, Copy Editor March 29, 2023

  The Alvin Gittins Gallery has just celebrated the grand opening of its new location with the debut of its inaugural exhibition, “Return,” featuring artwork from University of Utah fine arts...

Michelle Yeoh becomes the first Asian woman to win Best Actress (Courtesy of

Post-Oscars Recap: History is Made at the Oscars … Again

By Audrey Hall, Arts Writer March 20, 2023

  The 95th Academy Awards premiered on Sunday, March 12 with a champagne carpet rather than a red one and even more history being made in the film industry. After an outburst of physical violence...

The Phryges (Courtesy of

The Mascot for the 2024 Summer Olympics is Not What You Think

By Audrey Hall, Arts Writer March 11, 2023

  The board of the Paris 2024 Summer Olympics and Paralympics have finally announced their mascots for the upcoming games, and needless to say, people’s initial reaction could be summed up in...

Dumplings and cabbage

3 Cheap Meals for Busy Students

By Edie Raines, Copy Editor February 27, 2023

  Budgeting time between work, school and social events can leave you feeling like you don’t even have time to eat, let alone cook a full meal. However, for those of us who enjoy cooking, here...

(Graphic by Mary Allen | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

The Best Statement Pieces for Spring 2023: Academic Accessories

By Edie Raines, Copy Editor February 17, 2023

  Winter can be hard on fashionistas, but it’s also an opportunity to demonstrate your ability to stay warm and in style through ice and snow. Here are some of the fashion trends I’ve noticed...

Photo of cast members in the original production of Morgan Champines play Corralis at Murray High School in 2022. Costumes by Morgan Champine.

Creativity in Academia: How Creative Pursuits Make Us Better Students

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer February 6, 2023

  Academia is often seen as the most important part of a student's day. Morgan Champine, an artist, writer and costume designer majoring in English at the U, believes that creativity makes us better...

(Photo via the In Search of Blue Sky photo gallery)

‘In Search of Blue Sky’ Brings Attention to Salt Lake Air Quality Data

By Eliza Delgado, Assistant Arts Editor January 18, 2023

  You may have seen the mysterious signs that have shown up on our public transportation buses and the TRAX all throughout Salt Lake Valley. The signs are not present for the aesthetic, but rather...

University of Utah football running back Micah Bernard (#2) plays against USC at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Oct. 15, 2022. (Photo by Jonathan Wang | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Sports x Sports: How Utah Football Can Still Make This a Successful Season

By Kyle Garrison and Jake Miller January 9, 2023

  This article was a part of the collaboration print issue published Nov. 7, 2022.   Early Season Blunders Coming into the 2022 college football season, Utah was one of the heavy favorites...

A street performer wearing a flower outfit and multi-colored LED lights from ILLUMINATE Creative Art + Tech Festival on Saturday, Nov. 12, 2022.

ILLUMINATE Creative Arts + Tech Festival Lights up the Night

By Andre Montoya, Arts Writer November 19, 2022

  In the heart of downtown Salt Lake City, a first-of-its-kind festival featuring an emphasis on light as an art form brightened up the night sky. Organized by the Utah Arts Alliance, ILLUMINATE...

The EECO Voyager at night (Courtesy

Uncovering the Mysteries of the Deep at the EECO Voyager

By Audrey Hall, Arts Writer November 11, 2022

  Ever since the first appearance of the strange, futuristic structure outside of the Loveland Living Planet Aquarium, guests have observed it with curiosity and confusion. The structure was originally...

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