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Orcale Bones, printed by Red Butte Press, at the J. Willard Marriott Library in Salt Lake City on March 26. 2024. (The Daily Utah Chronicle | Photo by Sophie Felici)

U’s Red Butte Press Releases Terry Tempest William’s ‘Oracle Bones’

By Giovanni Radtke, Assistant News Editor April 1, 2024

  The J. Willard Marriott Library hosted a book launch for "Oracle Bones," a handmade book featuring poems by author Terry Tempest Williams and woodblock prints by artist Gaylord Schanilec. The...

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Pride Week 2024: A Renaissance for All Identities

By Elle Crossley, News Writer April 1, 2024

  Pride Week 2024 is bringing students together for The Pride Renaissance in a week of inspiration and inclusivity April 1 through 6. The LGBT Resource Center’s goal for the week is to celebrate...

Exterior of the South Physics Observatory at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, on March 2, 2022 (Photo via the Daily Utah Chronicle Archive)

U ‘Amateur’ Astronomer Discovers His Ninth Supernova

By Giovanni Radtke, Assistant News Editor March 30, 2024

  In late January, amateur astronomer Patrick Wiggins discovered a supernova in the Ursa Major constellation. Wiggins found the supernova, now called "SN 2024bch," in a barred spiral galaxy...

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Book Banning Bill Gives School Districts Power to Ban Throughout Utah

By Libbey Hanson, News Writer March 29, 2024

  The issue of book banning emerged again in this year's legislative session. H.B. 29, which was signed into law by Gov. Spencer Cox on March 18, not only bans books with "indecent materials" but...

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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...

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Cox Signs Bills Impacting Universities in Utah

By Libbey Hanson, News Writer March 14, 2024

  The 2024 Utah state legislative session came to a close on March 1, where a record 591 bills were passed in 45 days. As of March 13, Gov. Spencer Cox has signed 245 into law. Of the 103, Cox...

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Danielle Endres Discusses Indigenous Resistance to Nuclear Waste

By Giovanni Radtke, Assistant News Editor March 12, 2024

  The Tanner Humanities Center at the University of Utah hosted a talk with Danielle Endres, professor of communication and director of the U's Environmental Humanities program. Endres discussed...

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UIT’s Efforts to Stop Phishing at the U

By Allison Stuart, News Writer March 9, 2024

  As University of Utah students, there are many ways to be vigilant against outsiders who try to steal sensitive information in an online scam called phishing. Phishing, as defined by the Federal...

The Block U on the University of Utah Campus in Salt Lake City, Utah on July 12, 2017.

The U Joins ‘Innovation Engine’ to Boost Climate Solutions in the Southwest

By Giovanni Radtke, Assistant News Editor March 8, 2024

  The University of Utah joined the National Science Foundation's newly established Southwest Sustainability Innovation Engine. The program plans to tackle water security and net carbon emissions...

Memebers of the TEK club pose for a photo on Jan. 30. (Photo by Minh Vuong | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

TEK Club Prepares Students for Careers in Technology

By Jamie Faux, News Writer March 6, 2024

  Whether you are a technology-based major, a business student or simply looking for ways to better understand the tech and business world, the TEK Club at the University of Utah is definitely...