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The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle

The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle


Students use U Card to ride UTA until passes arrive

This year, UTA ordered the Ed-Passes from China, which caused delivery delays because of increased commerce involving the Beijing Olympics. The new passes will have Electronic Fare Collection technology, allowing passengers to wave them by a scanner to open doors for TRAX, FrontRunner and UTA buses.

U researchers control electric current, may make organic materials more energy efficient

U researchers have recently proved they can control the electric current of an organic material, which can help them test other organic materials to find one that is more energy efficient.

Library now delivers to grad students

After almost a year of delivering books to faculty members as a free service, the Marriott Library is extending the service to include graduate students.

VP of Human Resources to retire

By Alex Cragun, Staff WriterVice president of Human Resources Loretta Harper will retire at the end of the month after 36 years of working in higher education.Joan Gines, associate vice president of the...

U receives $12 million for arts complex

The U has received a $12 million pledge from the Sorensen Legacy Foundation for the construction of a new interdisciplinary arts and public education center on campus.

Study leads to better diagnoses of anemia, iron-deficiency

Anemia and other iron-related diseases are now easier to diagnose, thanks in part to a study by U scientists.

New pipes to run through campus

Students will continue to see construction work across campus during the next five years as the U begins to tackle a nearly $30 million piping project that will repair failing high temperature water infrastructure.

Committee formed for freedom of student media

Communication professors are coming together to form a committee and write bylaws that would revamp student media.

Museum construction moves hikers elsewhere

By By By: Jaime Winston July 23, 2008

Sarah George thinks the current building for the Utah Museum of Natural History is falling apart around her.

Hinckley Institute seeks campaign interns

By and By By: Dustin Gardiner July 23, 2008
A group of U students will spend their Fall Semester on the road covering the 2008 presidential campaign. The Hinckley Institute of Politics is accepting applications to send five students on a three-month intensive journalism study program. The students will report for various publications as they follow Barack Obama and John McCain to the Democratic and Republican Party conventions in Denver and St.