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The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle

The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle


Cartoon: Third Parties

By By Kevin Merriman September 2, 2008

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U.S. needs informed voters

By By Jeffrey Jenkins September 2, 2008

By Jeffrey JenkinsOn November 4, registered voters at the U and across the nation will exercise their right and their responsibility of selecting the next president of the United States. The campaigning...

Palin a bad fit for GOP

By By James Sewell September 2, 2008

By James SewellIn this historic election year, Republicans have added a dash of spice and surprise to their side of the presidential coin by nominating Alaska governor Sarah Palin as John McCain's vice...

Third parties deserve some attention

By By Gina Lea Nickl September 2, 2008

By Gina Lea NicklSince the days of our Founding Fathers, our country has run on a two-party political system. George Washington is the only U.S. President to not have belonged to a major political party.While...

Pledge of Allegiance not needed on campus

By September 2, 2008

Editor:In response to Liz Carlston's column, "Pledge deserves respect from U" (Aug. 27): The Pledge of Allegiance was written in 1892 by the Christian socialist Francis Bellamy as a way to sell flags to...

Buy books as a last resort

By By Anne Roper and By Anne Roper September 1, 2008

By Anne RoperThroughout my college experience, I have heard no combination of words more vexing than, "I'm sorry, your professor is moving to a new edition. We can't buy your book back." With the new edition...

GOP has work to do at convention

By By Heather Berg and By Heather Berg September 1, 2008

By Heather BergWith the Republican National Convention underway there are a lot of exciting things to hear from the various speakers in the Republican Party. Democrats and Republicans alike were shocked...

A successful democratic convention

By By Christine Angstman and By Christine Angstman September 1, 2008

By Christine AngstmanDENVER8212;History was made Thursday night as the curtains closed on the Democratic National Convention. In front of 84,000 people Barack Obama became the first African-American to...

Vice president choices no good

By By Alicia Williams and By Alicia Williams September 1, 2008

By Alicia WilliamsIt was barely tolerable to accept the defeat of Hillary Clinton as the Democratic presidential nominee.The agonizingly long summer was spent hoping and praying through defeat after defeat,...

Chartwells’ changes are only cosmetic

By August 28, 2008

Cafeteria-goers will notice this week's addition of tuxedo-wearing greeters welcoming them to Chartwells. Beside the greeters, Chartwells has added a condiment bar outside the food court and swinging entry...