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Me at Multnomah Falls in Oregon (Courtesy Lucas Welk)

Welk: My Only Regret at The U is Not Joining Student Media Earlier

By Lucas Welk, Arts Writer April 30, 2022

  My entire college career I believed that the less responsibility I had, the better. Joining clubs or internships could take away time for studying and inadvertently hurt my grades. If you have...

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Reynolds: My Experience at the Chronicle Was An Insightful Happenstance

By Drew Reynolds, Arts Writer April 30, 2022

  As I finish up my last semester here at the University of Utah, I did not think I would be writing for the student newspaper. After multiple internships fell through I found myself applying for...

Georgieva: It’s Been a Pleasure and Privilege at the Chronicle 

Georgieva: It’s Been a Pleasure and Privilege at the Chronicle 

By Tervela Georgieva, Arts Writer April 30, 2022

  It was a sigh of relief when I found out I would be an arts writer for the Chronicle. I had always been worried about my college experience feeling disconnected from the world outside of campus...

Portrait of Porshai Nielsen in front of the fountain by the J. Willard Marriott Library in Salt Lake City on March 23, 2022. (Photo by Emily Rincon | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Nielsen: Our Work is Far From Done — The Importance of Collegiate Investigative Journalism

By Porshai Nielsen, Investigative Editor April 29, 2022

  A fortune cookie brought me here. Four years ago, I was a miserable pre-nursing major that knew nursing was not my passion. I needed change and knew that I wanted to write. When I had started...

Chrony Opinion Writer Will Shadley poses in the courtyard of the Carolyn Tanner Irish Humanities Building on campus in Salt Lake City on Friday, March 25, 2022. He chose the humanities building courtyard as the location for his portraits and spent much of his time there while living out of his van and pursuing his degree in philosophy and environmental studies at the U. (Photo by Jack Gambassi | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Shadley: Making Salt Lake City a Forever Home, For Now

By Will Shadley, Opinion Writer April 29, 2022

  At the end of May, I’ll be moving again. That will be my 12th home in 22 years. Four of those, one of which was a rusty Ford Econoline, have been right here in Salt Lake City. But all that...

Chase Mullin in front of the fountain by Gardner Commons, where his dad took him swimming as a kid. The journey is now at full circle as hes set to graduate the University of Utah. Photo taken Thursday, March 24, 2022. (Photo by David Chenoweth | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Mullin: Dear Quiet People, Find a Place Where Your Voice is Heard

By Chase Mullin, Assistant Sports Editor April 28, 2022

  Growing up with a bowl cut, I was always a rather quiet, awkward child who felt like his voice was never truly heard. In fact, throughout my entire life I have suffered from a rare condition...

Chrony Sports Contributor, Eric Jensen, poses outside of the J. Willard Marriott Library in Salt Lake City on Thursday, March 24, 2022. He chose the library as the location for his portraits and spent much of his time there while pursuing his degree at the U. (Photo by Jack Gambassi | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Jensen: A Message to Incoming Students: College is Hard, But Not Really

By Eric Jensen, Sports Writer April 28, 2022

  College is hard, but not really. Let me repeat that: College is hard, but not really. The hardest part of college is doing the work. My dad has a great line: you will never pay as much money...

Chrony Assistant Arts Editor, Paige Gardner, poses in front of the UMFA in Salt Lake City on Wednesday, March 23, 2022. They chose the UMFA as the location for their portraits and had many classes there during their time at the U. (Photo by Jack Gambassi | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Gardner: The Chronicle Showed Me the Power of Art

By Paige Gardner, Assistant Arts Editor April 27, 2022

  “Why art?” is a question I get asked a lot, and it’s one that I ask myself often. I honestly didn’t really have an answer for it when I transferred to the University of Utah in the fall...

A Star is Born. Hannah Keating in front of the Pioneer Theatre at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, on Tuesday, March 22, 2022. (Photo by David Chenoweth | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Keating: The Chronicle Made Me Curious

By Hannah Keating, Arts Editor April 27, 2022

  I applied to the Arts and Entertainment Desk immediately after first-year orientation on a whim. I had no prior experience in journalism, but enjoyed writing and felt confident in my ability...

This is where I decided I wouldnt be an Engineer - Zahra Saifee, in front of the College of Mines and Earth Sciences building, a formative place and experience she reflects on with graduation coming soon. Photo taken Thursday, March 24, 2022 (Photo by David Chenoweth | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Saifee: Life Is Not a To-Do List

By Zahra Saifee, Opinion Editor April 26, 2022

  I make lists and love putting goals on a timeline. I’ve always been that way. My to-do-list mindset doesn’t only apply to school and work. I have a list of the best brunch spots in Salt Lake...