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Smith: The Cost of Beauty

By Emma Smith April 13, 2024

As medical spas increase in popularity, reports of health complications associated with these businesses increase alongside them. Bhupendra C. K. Patel — an accomplished plastic and reconstructive...

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Hufford & Jarvis: Restricting Environmental Personhood is Irresponsible

By Olivia Hufford and Caroline Jarvis April 12, 2024

  Through H.B. 249, Rep. Walt Brooks (R-St. George) aims to prohibit government bodies from granting legal personhood to entities such as animals, plants, land, bodies of water and atmospheric...

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Timpa: Empower Men to Stop Sexual Assault

By Matthew Timpa, Opinion Writer April 11, 2024

  Sexual violence has become so synonymous with college campuses to the point of near complacency. It is so deeply rooted in university culture and is only further enabled by institutions such...

Snowboarders and skiers ride down the Prospector and Detonator trails at Park City Mountain Resort in Park City, Utah on Feb. 23, 2024. (Photo by Marco Lozzi | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Jang: Act Now to Save ‘The Greatest Snow on Earth’

By Eseudel Jang, Opinion Writer April 9, 2024

  Utah, renowned since the 1960s for "The Greatest Snow on Earth," confronts a climate warming crisis. Rising temperatures threaten its ski industries and winter tourism. The acceleration of climate...

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Point of View — Episode 6: The Surge of AI Use at Universities

By Estella Weeks, Stevie Shaughnessey, and Luke Gordon April 6, 2024

Transcript: Estella Weeks: Hi and welcome back to Point of View, The Daily Utah Chronicle's opinion podcast. My name is Estella Weeks, your host for today’s episode, and I'm joined by Luke Gordon....

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Lezaic: White Environmentalists, Step Up for Palestine

By Angela Lezaic, Opinion Writer April 5, 2024

  During the last few months of the most thoroughly documented genocide in history, oppressed groups from all walks of life took up much of the organizing for Palestinian liberation in the United...

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Jang: Empower Utah’s Women in STEM

By Eseudel Jang, Opinion Writer April 4, 2024

    In Utah, a serious gender disparity persists in science, technology, engineering and math — STEM — occupations. Women in Utah remain underrepresented in STEM careers. “Companies...

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Timpa: People Don’t Need Therapy, They Need Money

By Matthew Timpa, Opinion Writer April 1, 2024

  Money doesn’t buy happiness. This statement is as profound as it is controversial but falls short in terms of practicality. With Americans' spending power continuing to decrease, they face...

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Smith: An Antidote for Bee Declines

By Emma Smith March 31, 2024

  As bee populations continue to decline in this age of rapid environmental change, it's clear that protecting our bees is of utmost importance. Bees are essential for pollinating a vast array...

Governor Spencer Cox on March Jan. 18, 2022. (Courtesy of Flickr)

Benavidez: Cox Bends the Knee

By Jake Benavidez, Opinion Writer March 30, 2024

  Gov. Spencer Cox recently met with head of Homeland Security, Alejandro Mayorkas, echoing his fellow conservatives’ narratives about illegal immigration. Cox sent the Utah National Guard...

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