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


Kappa vandalism taken too lightly

By By Jeffrey Jenkins October 22, 2008

By Jeffrey JenkinsDuring last week in September, large painted messages that read "Ask Her" were seen all over campus. Students and professors were curious as to what significance the statement held. One...

U’s pep band should play ‘Louie Louie’ for Sakoda

By October 22, 2008

Editor:Doesn't the Utah Pep Band know how to play "Louie Louie"? Louie Sakoda will not be with us much longer, and he has been the linchpin for Utah's wonderful winning season this year, especially the...

U.S. health care system in need of major reform

By By Emily Rodriguez-Vargas October 22, 2008

By Emily Rodriguez-VargasThe meaning of "reform" can sometimes be seen as a double-edged sword. You might give something up to pursue something else, but it might end up being worse. That seems to describe...

Rape prevention well worth cost

By October 22, 2008

Across the board budget cuts are beginning to strike, this time axing Rape Aggression Defense classes offered by the U Police Department.The two-month course was offered three times a year, but suffered...

Defense of Tanner mural based on incorrect notions

By October 21, 2008

Editor: Dean Robert Newman's response ("Lenowitz's claims about mural inaccurate and unprofessional," Oct. 9) to my letter regarding the tile mural in the entry hall of the Tanner Humanities Building chastises...

Respect needed from all fronts

By October 21, 2008

Fears are often the result of conditioning. Some seemingly irrational fears happen because of evolution. Our ancestors were probably afraid of the dark because it meant a saber-toothed tiger could be anywhere,...

Service requirement doesn?t benefit students

By October 21, 2008

The ranks of campus volunteers could soon swell, thanks to a proposal from ASUU and the Bennion Community Service Center to make community service a requirement for graduation. On the other hand, volunteer...

Proposed bike center doesn’t solve problem

By By Alicia Williams October 20, 2008

By Alicia WilliamsAn open house was held Oct. 8 as a brainstorming effort to meet the demands of bicyclists who utilize public transportation. The Utah Transit Authority, Utah Department of Transportation...

Students should utilize new credit bill

By By Emily Rodriguez-Vargas October 20, 2008

By Emily Rodriguez-VargasOne of the fastest-growing crimes in the United States, identity theft, has finally received the attention it needs in Utah.The Federal Trade Commission estimates as many as 9...

Smear tactics not helpful

By By Saeng Bounyasane October 20, 2008

By Saeng BounyasaneLet's not fool ourselves8212;we love negative campaign ads. For all you John McCain fans, how about the ad in which the McCain campaign juxtaposes Barack Obama with Paris Hilton and...