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President Taylor Randall Launches New Paid Internship Program

President Taylor Randall Launches New Paid Internship Program

By Emerson Hagy May 13, 2024

  On April 10, University of Utah President Taylor Randall announced a new service program called the U Service Corps. The program aims to benefit students and the greater Utah community by offering...

The Chielo Vintage stand during the Women In Business Bloom into Business Market event in the Spencer Fox Eccles Business Building at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, Apr. 9, 2024. (Photo by Marco Lozzi | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Bloom into Business Market Brings Entrepreneurial Women to Campus

By Elle Crossley, News Writer April 12, 2024

  Women in Business hosted its Bloom into Business Market on April 9. The event brought entrepreneurial women from the Salt Lake community and beyond to the University of Utah's campus, highlighting...

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Tuition and Fees to Increase by Over $300 in 2024-25 School Year

By Andrew Christiansen, Online Managing Editor March 26, 2024

  After this year’s mandatory tuition freeze, University of Utah students must pay 3.28% or $338 dollars more in combined tuition and fees for the 2024-25 school year. This means the U continues...

ASUU President-elect Joe Boyden and Vice President of Student Relations-elect Ty Nishikawa applaud as the results of the executive election are announced during the ASUU election results party in the A. Ray Olpin Student Union in Salt Lake City on Friday, March 1, 2024. (Photo by Marco Lozzi | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Boyden Ticket Wins 2024 ASUU Election With Record Number of Votes Cast

By Allison Stuart, News Writer March 2, 2024

  The results are in: the Boyden ticket has won the 2024 ASUU election. They beat out both the Tsang ticket and the SET ticket. The election results were announced today at the ASUU election...

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News For U: 2024 ASUU Election

By Graham Jones, Emma Ratkovic, and Allison Stuart February 23, 2024

News writer Allison Stuart discusses the current ASUU Presidential Election and the trends she's seen over the last few elections. You can read her stories on the 2024 ASUU election here. Emma Ratkovic...

The Utah State Capitol, West Valley City and Rio Tinto Kennecott Smelter seen from the Avenues in Salt Lake City on Nov. 17, 2023. (Photo by Marco Lozzi | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

The U’s Efforts to Combat Utah’s Poor Air Quality

By Jamie Faux, News Writer January 31, 2024

  Provo, Logan and Salt Lake City, Utah were each recently designated as nonattainment areas by the Environmental Protection Agency due to their consistently poor air quality. The EPA determines...

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News For U: Free Speech on Campus

By Graham Jones and Emma Ratkovic January 31, 2024

In today’s episode, Emma speaks with News Writer Libbey Hanson about the university's new task force, assigned to define what free speech is, and how that could affect activism on campus. Emma...

Ashley Bell, Sui Lang L. Panoke, Thomas Maloney and Sidni L. Shorter on stage at the MLK Economic Plenary event at the Garff Executive Education Building Auditorium on the University of Utah campus in Salt Lake City on Jan. 18. 2024. (Photo by Andrew Christiansen | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

U MLK Week Event Discusses Racial Economic Disparities, Value of Black-Owned Banks

By Andrew Christiansen, Online Managing Editor January 19, 2024

As a part of their 40th Martin Luther King Jr. Week celebrations, the University of Utah held the "MLK Economic Plenary" to dive into issues surrounding racial economic disparities and strategies on...

University of Utah MLK Week celebrations on Jan. 16, 2023 | Photo by Patrick Hardwig from Hardwig Media)

Here’s How the U is Celebrating MLK Week

By Andrew Christiansen, Online Managing Editor January 13, 2024

  For the 40th year in a row, the University of Utah is honoring civil rights activist and reverend Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.'s legacy during MLK week from Jan. 13 to Jan. 19 by holding 15 events. The...

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U Students Talk Tolerance and Diversity at the U

By Jamie Faux, News Writer December 20, 2023

  "We should disagree," said Gov. Spencer Cox, speaking at an event put on earlier this year by the group Tolerance Means Dialogue. "We should disagree profoundly. Our nation was founded on profound...