The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle

The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle

The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle


Admissions boards could benefit from using online networking sites

By By Jeffrey Jenkins December 10, 2008

By Jeffrey JenkinsWe live in an era in which social networking has become as commonplace as phone calls. Facebook records there are more than 150 million active users on its social network. On average,...

Corequisite not a burden

By By Patrick Reimherr December 10, 2008

By Patrick ReimherrI would like to address the misinformation being circulated regarding the Associated Students of the University of Utah's proposal for the community engagement corequisite. This corequisite...

Proposed Dixie partnership not good for either school

December 10, 2008

The proposed partnership between the U and Dixie State College is struggling again.The plan to turn Dixie into a U satellite campus under the title U of U-St. George has been plagued by controversy on...

Campus not accessible for disabled

By By Anne Roper December 9, 2008

By Anne RoperIn the spirit of the season, I was feeling thankful one day for my ability to climb stairs on my way to and from class. Less than a minute after I had this thought, I saw a man on crutches."Well,...

Hatch put artist above the law

By By Logan Campbell December 9, 2008

By Logan CampbellSen. Orrin Hatch's latest bizarre foray into the music industry appears to have landed him a capable recording partner in John Forté, a former member of the Fugees and a record producer...

Economy hits students hard

By By Brian Trick December 9, 2008

By Brian TrickIn 2007, Utah had the fastest growing economy in the country at 5.3 percent growth, according to a June news release by the Bureau of Economic Analysis. Utah is now one of 31 states facing...

America should take a stand for rights of unborn

By By Samuel Passi December 8, 2008

By Samuel PassiWhen someone dies, it is sad. When someone takes another's life, it is tragic. When a country permits the act of taking another's life, it is wrong. Who are we as Americans? What do we...

Moral arguments distract from abortion prevention

By By Joey Richards December 8, 2008

By Joey RichardsThe topic of "when life begins" has been going back and forth for a couple of weeks now in The Chronicle, with the arguments falling into two major camps. The first group claims embryos...

Scammers shouldn’t discourage donations to homeless people

By By Alicia Williams December 8, 2008

By Alicia WilliamsPast experiences often lead people to be a little harsh toward homeless individuals begging for help. Especially after watching KUTV 2News in April 2008, "Professional Pan Handler: Girl...

Online dating: Flirting with Danger?

By By Emily Rodriguez-Vargas December 8, 2008

By Emily Rodriguez-VargasThink about how much traditions, hobbies and activities have changed in the past few decades. Shopping, playing games and even dating can all be done without human contact. Instead...