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Demonstrators at the protest of the overturn of Roe v. Wade at the Utah State Capitol on Friday, June 24, 2022. (Photo by Xiangyao Axe Tang | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

U Experts Say For Many, Abortion Has Always Been Inaccessible

By Kayleigh Silverstein, Special Projects Managing Editor, News Writer July 13, 2022

  With a near total abortion ban pending in Utah, many are worried about the future of reproductive rights — a future that holds serious implications for women and other groups. On Friday,...

Professor Lisa Diamond teaches a Gender Studies class at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City on Oct. 20, 2021. (Photo by Rachel Rydalch | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

‘Change means life’: Inevitable Exploration and Evolution in College

By Kayleigh Silverstein, Special Projects Managing Editor, News Writer July 13, 2022

  When Elizabeth Archuleta was pursuing her undergraduate degree in English, her professor took her under her wing and advised her on graduate school. From that mentorship, she remembers one piece...

Demonstrators at the protest of the overturning of Roe v. Wade at the Utah State Capitol on Friday, June 24, 2022. (Photo by Xiangyao Axe Tang | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Supreme Court Overturns Roe v. Wade, Thousands Gather at State Capitol to Protest

By Abhilasha Khatri, Investigative Editor June 25, 2022

  The Supreme Court voted on Friday to overturn Roe v. Wade, the landmark decision made in 1973 to protect the right to an abortion. The decision comes over a month after a draft of the majority...

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Utah Nurses Speak Out about Working Conditions, Lack of Response from Hospital Administrations

By Kayleigh Silverstein, Special Projects Managing Editor, News Writer June 25, 2022

  “Heroes Work Here” signs have filled the University of Utah Hospital since April 2020. Yet, according to the heroes themselves, they don’t get fair wages, adequate time off or an answer...

Protestors hold hearts towards transgender youth sitting on the steps of the Utah State Capitol on March 24, 2022. (Photo by Carlene Coombs | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

U’s Transgender Health Program Expands Access to Necessary Care

By Kayleigh Silverstein, Special Projects Managing Editor, News Writer June 24, 2022

  After coming out as transgender in 2019, Alex Jay Lore, who uses both he and they pronouns, started hormone replacement therapy. Then, in 2020, he had top surgery through the University of Utah’s...

An estimated 8,000 people attended the March for Our Lives rally on March 24 at the Utah State Capitol. (Chronicle archives)

Utah State Legislators Discuss Gun Control

By Abhilasha Khatri, Investigative Editor June 21, 2022

  Gun control legislation has been put in the spotlight in the wake of several mass shootings across the country, including those in Uvalde, Texas and Buffalo, New York, prompting legislators to...

University of Utah Campus in Salt Lake on Oct. 11, 2020. (Photo by Jake Stranzl | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Stalking Suspect Released From Jail, Banned From U Campus

By Abhilasha Khatri, Investigative Editor June 18, 2022

  The University of Utah Police Department arrested Anietie Umoren, a registered sex offender, for stalking and trespassing on campus on Thursday, June 9. The arrest came two days after a female...

The droughts effect on campus with view towards the Marriott Library on July 24, 2021. (Photo by Kevin Cody | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

With a Worsening Drought, The U Works to Save Water

By Chandler Joost, News Writer June 18, 2022

  According to drought.gov, 98.87% of Salt Lake County is under extreme drought conditions while at the same time, according to Gov. Cox’s office, “99.39% of the state is in severe drought...

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The Great Replacement Theory and its Connection to the Buffalo Shooting

By Vanessa Hudson, News Writer June 14, 2022

  On May 14, 2022, a shooter opened fire at a grocery store in Buffalo, New York. Ten Black people were shot dead. One black person and two white people were wounded. The shooter’s manifesto...

People march through the streets of downtown Salt Lake City celebrating Juneteenth on June 19, 2021. (Photo by Natalie Colby | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Federal and State Recognition of Juneteenth is a ‘Breath of fresh air’

By Kayleigh Silverstein, Special Projects Managing Editor, News Writer June 13, 2022

  Over 150 years after enslaved African Americans were told of their freedom in Galveston, Texas, Utah officially recognized Juneteenth National Freedom Day as a state holiday. This came about...