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


Bush plan for drilling hurts Utah

By By James Sewell November 18, 2008

By James SewellOn Jan. 20, Barack Obama will be sworn in as the 44th president of the United States, thus ending what could be arguably the worst presidential tenure in the history of the country. Of course,...

Licorice, rivalry games cement fanship

By By Craig Blake November 17, 2008

By Craig BlakeThe first time I knew I was a University of Utah fan was when a tiny plastic U football made its way into my possession. I was a U fan because I had a U football. That made an awful lot of...

Fans should leave bad conduct on the sidelines

By By Jeffrey Jenkins November 17, 2008

By Jeffrey JenkinsThis month is truly a month of rivalries. We recently witnessed the end of a highly-contested election between Sen. Barack Obama and Sen. John McCain. But the race for the presidency...

Pleasant Grove can’t play religious favorites

November 17, 2008

Pleasant Grove and Summum, a religious group that was founded locally, are embroiled in a lawsuit over an item Summum would like to donate and display in a Pleasant Grove public park. After many appeals...

Both red and blue excel at being green

By By Anne Roper November 17, 2008

By Anne RoperIt's red vs. blue again, but this time they are vying to be the College Sustainability Report Card released last month favored the Utes with a B grade over the Cougars' F....

Don’t forget that you too were once a collection of cells

November 17, 2008

Editor:When my mother was very young and just barely pregnant, she seriously considered having an abortion. In the end, she decided not to and my sister was born, a brilliant biochemist who gives so much...

Campbell not qualified to comment on dino study

November 17, 2008

Editor:Logan Campbell's column ("Dino study published sans proof," Nov. 14) misrepresents the PALAIOS paper written by Marjorie Chan and Winston Seiler.I am the son of Chan, and thus possess a biased point...

Enrollment in sciences should be emphasized

By By Emily Rodriguez-Vargas November 17, 2008

By Emily Rodriguez-VargasCompetition is a part of life. Darwin based his theories on it. We feel it at the workplace, in school and in life in general. As the nation with the most available college education,...

ASUU encourages civic involvement

By By Patrick Reimherr November 17, 2008

By Patrick ReimherrASUU made civic engagement and overall political awareness on campus one of its top priorities during the 2008-2009 academic year. Our mission was to get students across the state involved...

Bigots wield political power

November 17, 2008

Editor:Democracy is not justification for poorly grounded bigotry and discrimination. Open opposition to the The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints and its members' political and financial participation...