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Salt Lake City Cemetery continues to suffer damages from last Fall's windstorm on Sunday afternoon. (Photo by Maya Fraser | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Salt Lake City Cemetery Plans to Continue Recovery Following Fall Windstorm

March 30, 2021

  After a total of 265 trees were toppled over, Salt Lake City Cemetery is still recovering from the Sept. 2020 windstorm. Many of the tipped trees left behind root balls, some entangled in headstones...

Campus Monday evening with no students in sight, ready for in person classes to take place in the Fall. (Photo by Maya Fraser| The Daily Utah Chronicle)

The U Anticipates Going Back to Normal In-Person Fall Schedule

By Malinka Kaluarachchi, News Writer March 28, 2021

  As the vaccination rate in the state of Utah steadily increases, the University of Utah announced it will likely return back to in-person classes starting in the fall. The U’s registrar...

Amanda Lee holds up poster. During the Trump Adminstration there was political rhethoric linking the COVID-19 virus to Asian Americans communities. (Photo by Ivana Martinez | Daily Utah Chronicle)

Salt Lake City Joins National Day of Action Against Asian Hate

  On March 27, Salt Lake City joined 60 cities across the nation in hosting events for a national day of action to “end anti-Asian racism and China-bashing.”  The Utah Party for Socialism...

Silvia Ocampo prepares drive through orders at Del Taco on 800 E and 400 S in Salt Lake City on Nov. 14th 2020. (Photo by Gwen Christopherson | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

What a $15 Minimum Wage Would Mean for Utah

By Catie Quigley March 26, 2021

  Since he was a little kid, Patrick Foley wanted to go to the University of Utah. His parents studied here, and he was born in the University hospital. But, being from California, he pays out-of-state...

A hiker walks on the snow-filled trail on the Big Cottonwood Canyon on Dec. 29, 2017. (Photo by Abu Asib | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Brighton’s Sustainability Program Works Toward Net Zero Emissions

March 22, 2021

  Brighton is one of two ski resorts in Big Cottonwood Canyon. It is known for its laid-back atmosphere, affordable prices and fantastic snow, but as of May 2019, it was the only resort in the...

Photo Courtesy of Thomas Stucky. (Photographed by Arno Rogg.)

U Alumni Thomas Stucky and His Connection to the Mars Rover Perseverance

By Malinka Kaluarachchi, News Writer March 21, 2021

  On Feb. 18, 2021, Thomas Stucky and thousands of people nervously watched NASA’s rover Perseverance touchdown on Mars. As it landed, NASA’s mission control room celebrated the successful...

Garrett Cowie is the general manager at the asian-fusion restaurant, Ginger Street, located in the heart of downtown Salt Lake City. Feb. 28, 2021. (Photo by Jack Gambassi | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Garrett Cowie: The Man Behind, In Front, and Around the Kitchen Counter

By Jack O'Leary, News Writer March 20, 2021

  Sitting on the corner of 300 S. and Main Street, Ginger Street SLC is not hard to miss with its bright pink neon sign. Ginger Street is a restaurant that specializes in “southeast Asian hawker-style...

Protesters listen to speakers at the Utah State capitol on March 19, 2020 in Salt Lake City as part of the global climate strike. (Photo by Natalie Colby | Daily Utah Chronicle)

Youth Activists in Utah Join Global Climate Strike

By Natalie Colby, Kayleigh Silverstein, and Porshai Nielsen March 19, 2021

  On the steps of the Utah State Capitol, protesters from the Utah chapter of Fridays for Future took turns riding three stationary bikes to power the sound system used by the speakers.  Through...

The Black Rock Desert volcanic field in Millard County, Utah, 1996. (Photo by Lee Siebert | Smithsonian Institution)

U Researchers Discuss Discovery of Central Utah’s Active Volcanoes

By Malinka Kaluarachchi, News Writer March 18, 2021

  Many people might think of Mount Saint Helens in Washington or Mount Vesuvius in Italy, but volcanoes have existed in Utah for millions of years. In Millard County, Utah, there is an area called...

The Legacy Bridge at the University of Utah Campus. (Photo by Abu Asib | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Successful Giving Day Fundraising Brings in Funds for 72 Campus Wide Projects

March 18, 2021

  It all started 6 months ago, with several committees and 72 campus-wide projects, all preparing for the intense 1,850-minute-long fundraising celebration. This was the U’s third annual Giving...

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