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The Daily Utah Chronicle


University of Utah student Garrett Slack mountain bikes at the Bonneville Shoreline Trail in Salt Lake City on Sept. 29 2022. (Photo by Jonathan Wang | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

U.S. Forest Service Proposal Would Bring Fees to Utah Trails and Campsites

By Stevie Shaughnessey, News Writer October 1, 2022

  The U.S. Forest Service recently proposed the idea of adding fees to many popular trailheads across the Uinta-Wasatch-Cache National Forest. Of the 472 recreation sites managed by the U.S. Forest...

Richmond Flats Project at 2960 S. Richmond Street, in Salt Lake City, Utah on Sept. 27, 2022. (Photo by Julia Chuang | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Utah Legislature Approves $55 Million for Affordable Housing

By Stevie Shaughnessey, News Writer September 30, 2022

  The Utah legislature recently approved $55 million to be spent on the construction of over 1,000 affordable housing units throughout Utah. Over $30 million of this grant will be spent on affordable...

The block U decorated with pictures of Amini and people who have died in the Iranian protests on Sept. 27, 2022. (Courtesy the Persian Student Association)

100 U Students Gather on Campus in Support of Iranian Protests

By Andrew Christiansen, Assistant News Editor September 29, 2022

  On Tuesday, a group of about 100 people gathered outside the A. Ray Olpin Student Union at the University of Utah in support of the recent nationwide protests in Iran, triggered by the death...

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

Women’s Resource Center Holds Conversation on Reproductive Justice for Undocumented People

By Crystal Rose Fraughton, Investigative Writer September 29, 2022

  In the second session of the new series Coffee and Conversations, held by the Women’s Resource Center, panelists and attendees discussed the unique challenges undocumented people face in the...

National flags in A. Ray Olpin Union building on the campus of University of Utah in Salt Lake City, Utah, on October 28th, 2021. (Photo by Xiangyao Axe Tang | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

U Introduces World Languages & Cultures Major

By Caelan Roberts, News Writer September 27, 2022

  The University of Utah launched a new major this fall titled the "world languages & cultures B.A." The degree has seven total emphasis tracks and allows students to major in either comparative...

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U Health Awarded $28 Million Grant to Research HIV

By Stevie Shaughnessey, News Writer September 24, 2022

  A research center led by University of Utah Health that studies the inner workings and vulnerabilities of HIV, the human immunodeficiency virus that causes AIDS, was recently awarded $28 million...

Emily Pitsch, co-founder of Students for the Wasatch, presents during the event in the Union Theater on the University of Utah campus in Salt Lake City, Utah on Sept. 21, 2022. (Photo by Amen Koutowogbe | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Students for the Wasatch Hold Event to Discuss Solutions to Traffic Congestion in Little Cottonwood Canyon

By Vanessa Hudson, News Writer September 23, 2022

  On Sept. 21, the University of Utah student-led group Students for the Wasatch held a public discussion about the potential construction of a gondola in Little Cottonwood Canyon. In August,...

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U Hosts 17th Annual International Stillbirth Alliance Conference

By Allison Stuart, News Writer September 23, 2022

  This year, the University of Utah hosted the 17th annual International Stillbirth Alliance Conference from Sept. 15-17. The first conference held in person since 2019, ISA has a goal of bringing,...

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U Library Holds Banning Books Discussion

By Allison Stuart, News Writer September 23, 2022

  In light of the recent increases in censorship demands, the Marriott Library hosted an event on Monday, Sept. 19: Talking About Censorship: A Discussion About Banning Books in a Free & Open...

J. Willard Marriott Library in Salt Lake City, UT on Wednesday May 23, 2018.(Photo by Curtis Lin | Daily Utah Chronicle)

Need Access to Government Records? The Marriott Library Can Help

By Jacob Freeman, News Writer September 23, 2022

  The Marriott Library celebrated Constitution and Citizenship Day on Sept. 15 by handing out cookies and pocket constitutions to curious students. The event was put on by the library’s government...