The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle

The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle

The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle

Arts

The Drop

By Kyle Stegerwald, Asst. Red Pulse EditorShwayze"Shwayze" Shwayze is producer Cisco Adler and rookie MC Aaron Smith and their album is about weed, women and California. It's well-trod territory for music...

Utah Symphony to start with a bang

By Christie Frank, Red Pulse ContributoThe Utah Symphony is opening its 69th season with a bang. On Sept. 12 at 8 p.m., Keith Lockhart will ring in his final year as music director with two performances...

The Word

By Makena Walsh, Red Pulse ContributorLa Farsa Aug. 287 p.m.$7Kilby Court (741 S. 330 W.)Local rock act La Farsa rocks bilingually8212;in English and en EspaƱol. Formed fairly recently, the group has...

The Drop

By Kyle Stegerwald, Asst. Red Pulse Editor"Raw Footage"Ice CubeIce Cube's glory days with NWA and his wildly-successful solo career are 15 years in the past, and after 2006's tepid Laugh Now, Cry Later...

K-UTE rises from the ashes

By Chase Straight, Red Pulse ContributorAccording to ancient Phoenician mythology, the phoenix is a mythical firebird that dies in a nest set aflame. Once the nest is reduced to ashes, a new phoenix arises....

Home on the range

By Chris Straight, Red Pulse StaffThe campers next to us-with their University of Wyoming flag hanging proudly-spent the majority of the weekend drinking beer and asking any female passers-by to kindly...

SLC offers a wealth of venues to fit your style

By Chase Straight, Red Pulse StaffArtopia60 Exchange Place (350 South, just west of State Street) Located in the blossoming Exchange Place business area, Artopia has expanded its modus operandi to appeal...

Best albums of the year so far

By Trevor Hale, Kyle Stegerwald2008 is just past the halfway point and there have been hundreds of albums released already. Some have been good, some great and some downright terrible. The Drop is your...

Feeling like a student zombie? Take a breather, try some yoga

By By Christie Franke and By Christie Franke August 24, 2008

By Christie FrankeSummer ends amid the usual chorus of moans and groans over the return of the semester.For most of us, the beginning of the school year means long hours sitting at our desks, listening...

Pastoral pastimes abound at sheepdog comp

By Erik Lopez, Red Pulse StaffLabor Day was first celebrated in the late 1800s by New York City's Central Labor Union to give the working man a day off. Since then, it has been adopted not only as a day...