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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

Politics

Run Hillary…Run?

Run Hillary…Run?

January 24, 2017

While preparations begun in Washington D.C. for this year’s inauguration, the national spotlight was still shining on Hillary Clinton. Following her stunning loss to now-President Donald Trump, Clinton...

H2H: Should Fathers Have a say in Abortion Issues?

January 23, 2017

Women Carry the Child and the Choice Dalton Edwards Women’s reproductive rights have, throughout recorded history and without cessation, concerned men in roles of power. It seems every four years...

A woman shouts in front of the Utah State Capitol during the Say No to Trumps Agenda rally and protest in Salt Lake City, Utah on Thursday, Nov. 10, 2016. (Rishi Deka, Daily Utah Chronicle)

Protests Aren’t Enough

January 19, 2017

With Trump’s approaching presidency, protests are becoming more frequent not only in Salt Lake City but across the country. (It's almost as if the majority of the country didn't want him elected.) While...

Myanmar’s Genocide

January 13, 2017

Although numerous regions around the globe reside in turmoil, few match the violence found in Myanmar — a southeastern Asian nation — which is responsible for persecuting thousands of Muslim Rohingyas....

The Future of Trumpcare

The Future of Trumpcare

December 23, 2016

Since election day, analysts have been hard at work trying to decipher how exactly Trump defied experts and statisticians alike in triumphing over heavy favorite Hillary Clinton. One of many takeaways...

The Grand Recount

December 23, 2016

Although election day in the U.S. has come and gone, uncertainty over the election’s results is beginning to mount. Following Donald Trump’s surprising victory, experts from the National Voting Rights...

Stepping Out of Our Bubbles

Stepping Out of Our Bubbles

December 22, 2016

To myself and everyone I talked to in the days before the presidential election, the outcome seemed obvious. To virtually every pollster, pundit, writer and analyst I read, the idea that Hillary Clinton...

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Trump’s 100 Day Plan

December 1, 2016

Similar to publicly releasing tax returns, announcing a plan for the first 100 days in office has become a customary practice for newly-elected presidents. In a brief video published on Monday, Donald...

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The Human Side of the Economy

December 1, 2016

As a college student studying political science, I’m used to hearing about the economy almost like it’s a game. While political parties fight over who can best get that unemployed percentage down,...

A Writers Apology

A Writer’s Apology

December 1, 2016

A few weeks removed from the 2016 election, here is what's obvious: first, Hillary Clinton lost the election, which left the glass ceiling painfully intact. Furthermore, the Republican party was not dismantled...