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Demonstrators pose for a photo in front of the Utah State Capitol during the Flush out the SHIIT march on Friday, March 1, 2024. (Photo by Marco Lozzi | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Utah Students Unite Rally to Stop Hate in its Tracks

By Libbey Hanson, News Writer March 1, 2024

  As the 2024 Utah legislative session came to a close, student group Utah Students Unite rallied at the Capitol on Friday for Zero Discrimination Day to remind legislators transgender students...

Nikki Haley greets the crowd during her rally in the Noorda Center for the Performing Arts at Utah Valley University in Orem, Utah on Wednesday, Feb. 28, 2024. (Photo by Marco Lozzi | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Nikki Haley Encourages Utah Voters to Shift Values Back to ‘faith, family and freedom’

By Andrew Christiansen, Online Managing Editor February 28, 2024

  On Wednesday, Nikki Haley held a public rally at Utah Valley University in hopes of swinging Utah voters, despite former President Donald Trump’s dominant lead for the GOP presidential nomination.  At...

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Democrat Brian King’s Campaign for Utah Governor is ‘an uphill fight’

By Libbey Hanson, News Writer February 25, 2024

  Gubernatorial candidate Brian King thinks Utah politics need a better counterbalance. “Republican representatives and their ideology has gotten more extreme,” he said in an interview with...

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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...

Ashley Bell, Sui Lang L. Panoke, Thomas Maloney and Sidni L. Shorter on stage at the MLK Economic Plenary event at the Garff Executive Education Building Auditorium on the University of Utah campus in Salt Lake City on Jan. 18. 2024. (Photo by Andrew Christiansen | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

U MLK Week Event Discusses Racial Economic Disparities, Value of Black-Owned Banks

By Andrew Christiansen, Online Managing Editor January 19, 2024

As a part of their 40th Martin Luther King Jr. Week celebrations, the University of Utah held the "MLK Economic Plenary" to dive into issues surrounding racial economic disparities and strategies on...

Michael Valentine during an interview at Six Sailor Cider in Salt Lake City on Oct. 22, 2023. (Photo by Marco Lozzi | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Meet the U Student Running for SLC Mayor

By CJ Alexander, Special Projects Managing Editor November 18, 2023

  Michael Valentine isn’t your typical mayoral candidate.  He’s a filmmaker and local theater enthusiast, a long-time Salt Lake community activist, the owner of a cider shop and a student...

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Defining Free Speech and Hate Speech on Campus

By Libbey Hanson, News Writer November 18, 2023

  When does free speech become hate speech, and where is the boundary between the two? “When you say hate speech or free speech, I think they are often the same,” said Lori McDonald, vice...

Sen. Mitt Romney speaking next to Rick Larsen during the Sutherland Institutes 2023 Congressional Series at Hinckley Institute of Politics on the University of Utah campus in Salt Lake City, Monday, Aug. 21, 2023. (Photo by Marco Lozzi | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Mitt Romney Visits the U’s Hinckley Institute for Congressional Series

By Elle Cowley, Multimedia Managing Editor August 21, 2023

  Sen. Mitt Romney spoke at the Hinckley Institute Monday as part of the Sutherland Institute's 2023 Congressional Series. The talk was one of several visits this month by different members of...

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Supreme Court Finds Race-Conscious Admissions Unconstitutional in Landmark Decision

By Caelan Roberts, News Editor June 29, 2023

  On Thursday, the Supreme Court struck down race-based admissions programs at the University of North Carolina and Harvard University. The court stated in the decision that such programs violate...

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