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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...

A display at the Topaz Internment Camp Site in Delta, UT on March 31, 2022. (Photo by Grace Hall | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Symposium Grapples with Legacy of Japanese Internment Camps

By Giovanni Radtke, Assistant News Editor February 23, 2024

  The American West Center at the University of Utah hosted a three-day symposium about the legacy of Japanese American incarceration during World War II. The event featured historians, artists...

The final 2024 ASUU Presidential Debate at Kingsbury Hall in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, Feb. 20, 2024. (Photo by Marco Lozzi | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

2024 ASUU Presidential Candidates Talk Campus Issues During Final Debate

By Libbey Hanson, News Writer February 21, 2024

  The ASUU presidential debates concluded on Tuesday at Kingsbury Hall, marking the end of the campaign season for this year's three tickets. The Boyden ticket, SET ticket and Tsang ticket...

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U Researchers’ Ketamine-Assisted Psychotherapy Study is Underway

By Giovanni Radtke, Assistant News Editor February 17, 2024

  The Huntsman Cancer Institute, in partnership with the Huntsman Mental Health Institute, is conducting a clinical trial that combines ketamine infusions with traditional talk therapy to combat...

Panelists and audiences at the Reframing the Conversation event at Hinckley Institute in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2024. (Photo by Xiangyao “Axe” Tang | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

U Panel Explores Hip-Hop’s 50-Year Influence on Culture and Social Movements

By Andrew Christiansen, Online Managing Editor February 16, 2024

  The Equity, Diversity & Inclusion office at the University of Utah held its monthly Reframing the Conversation event, “50 Years of Hip-Hop’s Influence on the Culture and Social Movements,”...

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News For U: Utah’s Legislative Session: H.B. 261 & H.B. 257

By Graham Jones, Emma Ratkovic, Jamie Faux, and Libbey Hanson February 16, 2024

Libbey Hanson and Jamie Faux join Emma Ratkovic to discuss the passing of bills H.B. 261 & H.B. 257 and what this will mean for Utah. You can read their stories covering the bills here & here. Transcript Emma...

An Ethiopian codex (manuscript) written in Ethiopic (Ge’ez), produced sometime between the 11th and 19th century, that was used by the Ethiopian Orthodox Church, is part of the Rare Books Collection at the J. Willard Marriott Library in Salt Lake City on Feb. 2, 2024. (Photo by Johnny Morris | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Marriott Library’s New Exhibit Tells the Story of its Archive

By Giovanni Radtke, Assistant News Editor February 16, 2024

  The J. Willard Marriott Library recently debuted a digital exhibit: "A History of Special Collections," an archival history of the Marriott Library’s archive division. The exhibit details...

University presidents in Utah convene during the Newsmaker Breakfast to talk about higher education at the Thomas S. Monson Center in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, Feb. 14, 2024. (Photo by Minh “Polaris” Vuong | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

New Study Explores Value of Higher Education in Utah

By Allison Stuart, News Writer February 15, 2024

  The Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute's monthly Newsmaker Breakfast focused on the importance of higher education in Utah. The event began with an introduction by Natalie Gochnour, director...

A medical professional and a child smile at each other at the new Primary Children’s Hospital, Miller Family Campus in Lehi, Utah on Saturday, Feb. 3, 2024. (Photo by Marco Lozzi | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Lehi’s New Children’s Hospital is Now Open

By Giovanni Radtke, Assistant News Editor February 13, 2024

  Intermountain Health's new Children's Hospital in Lehi is now open. The hospital, called the Larry H. and Gail Miller Family Campus, opened its doors for a public tour in anticipation of its...

Daniel G. Aaron, associate professor of law at the University of Utah, poses for a photo while discussing the impact of a new LLC law that requires businesses to include much more information in the application process on the University of Utah campus in Salt Lake City on Jan. 24, 2024. (Photo by Johnny Morris | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

New Federal Reporting Requirements Could Hurt Small Businesses

By Jamie Faux, News Writer February 9, 2024

  Beginning Jan. 1, 2024, all people who operate a small business, including LLCs and partnerships, are now required to register in a new federal database to identify criminals. Each person...