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Do Yourself a Favor and Visit the Broadway Centre Cinema

By Luke Jackson, Arts Writer August 10, 2022

  As someone who might be called “an enjoyer of movies,” I’ve made a specific effort to visit the theater at least once a week for as long as I can remember. Since the world ended a couple...

Daniel Kaluuya in Nope (Courtesy Universal Pictures)

Jordan Peele’s ‘Nope’ Makes You Look Up

By Megan Fisher, Arts Writer August 5, 2022

"The Horse in Motion" In 1873, the billionaire industrialist Leland Stanford, founder of Stanford University, approached photographer Eadweard Muybridge to photograph his horses. Stanford hoped that...

Goo Goo Dolls at Usana Apitheatre July 27, 2022. (Photo of Heather Hopkins | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Goo Goo Dolls: (A)Live at USANA

By Heather Hopkins August 2, 2022

  As the sun began to set on July 26, nearly 20,000 eager fans poured into the Usana Amphitheatre in West Valley City. The Goo Goo Dolls show was especially anticipated, as, due to the pandemic,...

Special by Lizzo

Lizzo’s New Album is A ‘Special’ Reminder to Love Others and Ourselves

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer July 30, 2022

  Lizzo’s fourth studio album has been six years in the making, and “Special” lives up to its name in every way. A 'Special' Tracklist Lizzo’s songwriting has always been an exercise...

Dakota Johnson in Netflixs Peruasion (Courtesy of Netflix)

I Watched Netflix’s Adaptation of ‘Persuasion’ So You Don’t Have To

By Megan Fisher, Arts Writer July 29, 2022

  When you're adapting a novel, it helps to have read the source material. As far as I can tell, no one involved in Netflix's "Persuasion" has ever read Jane Austen's novel. It seems instead that...

(De)Framing Identity and the Body exhibit (Photo by Heather Hopkins | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

UMOCA’s ‘(De)Framing Identity and the Body’

By Heather Hopkins July 25, 2022

In their newest exhibition "(De)Framing Identity and the Body," the Utah Museum of Contemporary Art plays with the classic childhood sneer, “I know you are, but what am I?” As one enters the main...

Stranger Things Season 4 (Courtesy Netflix)

‘Stranger Things Season 4’: Queer Coding & A Suspenseful Finale

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer July 23, 2022

  This article contains spoilers. The queer coding and new bonds teased in “Stranger Things” season four are well worth the wait of production time between seasons. Stranger Things Four With...

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Expectations — Where Media’s Depictions of College Fall Short of Reality

By Avery Greig, Arts Editor July 19, 2022

  The media has painted a distinct image of the American college student — fresh-faced yet sleep-deprived, eager, liberated and entirely broke. What aspects of this stereotypical archetype are...

ArtsForce members have a meeting. (Courtesy of ArtsForce)

ArtsForce Treks Are Back and Bringing New Artistic Experiences to Students

By Whit Fuller and Alfonso Belloso July 15, 2022

  The student-led organization ArtsForce has relaunched its Career Treks Program, which connects students in the arts with experiences and career opportunities from a number of local organizations,...

The pulp inside the mold and deckle that is used to create the paper at the U Book Arts Workshop on Friday, April 15, 2016. (Rishi Deka, Daily Utah Chronicle)

Getting Creative With Minors and Certificates

By Hannah Keating, Arts Editor July 14, 2022

  When we talk about how to pursue the arts on campus, it’s easy to have a specific perspective, one with a fine arts bias that focuses on the five major departments — art and art history,...