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The University pf Utahs police department office in Salt Lake City, Utah on June 29, 2022. (Photo by Jonathan Wang | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

U Police Crack Catalytic Converter Theft Case

By Vanessa Hudson, News Writer August 9, 2022

  Since the summer of 2021, the University of Utah has faced a consistent problem with catalytic converters being stolen from personal vehicles on campus. Now, the University of Utah Police Department...

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Lezaic: American Standards for Children’s Swimwear are Pedophilic

By Angela Lezaic, Opinion Writer August 9, 2022

  At age seven, I went to a pool in Serbia where I was the only little girl wearing a bikini top — everyone else wore only their bottoms. I felt embarrassed to go shirtless at first because the...

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Mendenhall: It’s About Time for the 988 Hotline

By Addison Mendenhall, Opinion Writer August 9, 2022

  As of July 16, the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline can be reached by dialing 988, routing callers to trained counselors and mental health specialists. Individuals can also text and access...

Evening on University of Utah campus, Thursday in Salt Lake City. (Photo by Maya Fraser | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Understanding the U’s Response to Zhifan Dong’s Death

By Rachel Kloepfer, Investigative Writer August 6, 2022

  After a resurgence of media coverage on the murder of 19-year-old University of Utah student Zhifan Dong, the U’s response and subsequently released documents reveal the internal details behind...

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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...

The draft board and stage pre draft.
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NBA Offseason Recap

By Sean Overton, Sports Writer August 4, 2022

  Every year millions of fans tune in to watch the NBA, but many of them underestimate the power of free agency. Teams can acquire players in a few ways: drafting them, signing them or trading...

Freshman quarterback Tyler Huntley (1) participates in spring practice at the Eccles Football Center, Thursday, March, 24, 2016. (Chris Samuels, Daily Utah Chronicle)

7 Bold Predictions for the NFL Season

By Elijah Murray, Sports Writer August 2, 2022

  This NFL offseason has been the most explosive and mind-boggling period in recent football history, with some even calling it the best offseason of all time. Stars changed teams at a rapid pace...

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,...

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Lien: Tired of Reading the News? Me Too

By Kayla Lien, Opinion Writer August 1, 2022

  It’s easy to slip into a state of despondency towards the world when you feel like nothing you do matters. These days, I’m focused on one bad thing in the media at a time. COVID-19 cases...

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New Technology Developed at the U to be Used to Remove Space Debris

By Chandler Joost, News Writer August 1, 2022

  A new technology described as “omnimagnets” was developed by two University of Utah professors and will now be put to use by a robotics company based in New Hampshire to help clean up space...