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U Origins: The Trials and Triumphs of Sustainability at the U

By MJ Jewkes, Investigative Writer April 15, 2024

  For the last four years, the U has held a Gold rating from the Sustainability Tracking, Assessment & Rating System. Since the U’s STARS rating is slated to be renewed in 2024, the Sustainability...

The Utah Lake in Saratoga Springs, Utah on February on Feb. 22, 2024. (Photo by Sarah Karr | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Great Salt Lake Gains ‘Symbolic’ Inflow of Water from Utah Lake

By Giovanni Radtke, News Writer April 14, 2024

  Utah Lake's floodgates were opened early this year as its reservoir reached full capacity. The water outflows into the Jordan River and will likely enter the Great Salt Lake. The Utah Division...

A 2024 Ram 1500 Big Horn Night Edition at the Crimson Collective event at the Jon M. Huntsman Center in Salt Lake City on Dec. 13, 2023. (Photo by Xiangyao Axe Tang } The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Langley: Stop Using NIL to Support Car-dependent Culture

By Jeffrey Langley Jr., Opinion Writer April 14, 2024

  For nearly a century, the car has ravaged and polluted cities, stolen streets and homes from their residents and made urban life miserable. While many see them as symbols of freedom, cars are...

Wasatch Wildlife Watch project lead Austin Green setting up a trail camera for local wildlife at Parleys Historic Nature Park in Utah on June 28, 2022. (Photo courtesy of Gabriel Brown)

Hundreds of U Students Help with Ongoing Wasatch Wildlife Preservation Project

By Andrew Christiansen, Online Managing Editor April 13, 2024

  Since 2018, around 2,000 community volunteers and over 500 students have taken part in the Wasatch Wildlife Watch project, resulting in 3 million photographs, 17 publications and a better understanding...

Tim Shriver, CEO of Unite, speaks at a Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute event to discuss a better way to disagree at the Thomas S. Monson Centeron in Salt Lake City, Utah on April 12, 2024. (Photo by Allison Stuart | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Bridging the Divide: Dignified Disagreements with Tim Shriver

By Allison Stuart, News Writer April 13, 2024

  On Friday, the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute held an event for prospective master's students and discussed a better way to disagree — the dignity index. The event was to motivate prospective...

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Smith: The Cost of Beauty

By Emma Smith April 13, 2024

As medical spas increase in popularity, reports of health complications associated with these businesses increase alongside them. Bhupendra C. K. Patel — an accomplished plastic and reconstructive...

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The Olympic Games: Green as Can Be?

By Jonah Marriott, Sports Writer April 13, 2024

  Over a billion of people around the world tune into the Olympic Games. Whether winter or summer, fans show up to cheer on the representative athletes of their countries. Last year, Salt Lake...

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Home Stretch: Utah Men and Women’s Basketball End of Season Recap

By Stevie Shaughnessey, Brooke Hale, and Kyle Garrison April 13, 2024

Transcript: Brooke Hale: Hi and welcome back to the Home Stretch, The Daily Utah Chronicle sports podcast. My name is Brooke and I'll be your host. Today Kyle will be joining us to give his thoughts...

Utah Lacrosse vs. Robert Morris on May 1 at 11 a.m. at Ute Field.

Utah Lacrosse Takes Down Mercer to Win Five Straight

By Luke Skinner April 13, 2024

  After defeating  Lindenwood 17-5 on the road, the Utah lacrosse team (8-4, 6-1 ASUN) traveled to Georgia to take on Mercer. The Utes grabbed a comfortable 20-9 win, earning back-to-back road...

Arizona Coyotes Pregame on Nov. 2, 2019. (Photo Courtesy of wyliepoon via

Hockey is Coming to Utah: Arizona Coyotes Inform Players of Relocation

By Sean Overton, Sports Editor April 12, 2024

  The Arizona Coyotes have informed the team of their move to Salt Lake City, selling the team to Ryan and Ashley Smith, owners of the Utah Jazz. Smith has been a huge proponent of the move, most...

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