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The Utah men’s lacrosse lights the U after defeating the University of Vermont Catamounts at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City on Feb. 24, 2024. (Photo by Xiangyao “Axe” Tang | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Utah Lacrosse Beats Jacksonville to Clinch Second Consecutive ASUN Title

By Luke Skinner, Sports Writer May 7, 2024

  After their close win against the Jacksonville Dolphins, Utah lacrosse clinched their second consecutive ASUN title, earning them a bid in the NCAA Lacrosse tournament. First Half The game...

Ryan Gosling in The Fall Guy (Courtesy of Universal Pictures)

‘The Fall Guy:’ A Love Letter to Stuntmen Everywhere

By Laney Hansen, Arts Writer May 6, 2024

  Packed with phenomenal and record-breaking stunts, "The Fall Guy" is thrilling, romantic and action-filled. After much suspense leading up to the release of this film, The Fall Guy hit theaters...

Spirited Away Courtesy of Studio Ghibli

Studio Ghibli Fest’s ‘Spirited Away’: Life is Worth Living

By Isra Habib, Arts Writer May 4, 2024

  The essence of childhood boils down to wonder, awe and imagination. We all have memories of imagining new worlds, separate from the mundane. Many films attempt to reproduce this feeling, this...

Hiroyuki Sanada as Yoshii Toranaga in Shōgun (Courtesy of FX Networks)

‘Shōgun’ Limited Series Review: Peak TV is Possible

By Andre Montoya, Arts Writer May 4, 2024

  Based on James Clavell’s 1975 novel of the same name, and already adapted previously as a 1980s miniseries, the 2024 limited-series historical epic "Shōgun" has come to a close after ten episodes....

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When the Thrashers Left: The NHL’s Last Relocation

By Jonah Marriott, Sports Writer May 3, 2024

  Relocation is one of the most dramatic occurrences in the realm of professional sports. When a team picks up and takes off, leaving the place they called home behind, it is very difficult. Within...

Alisha Weir in Abigail (Courtesy of NBCUniversal Media, LLC)

‘Abigail’ Review: A Fun Fanged Frolic

By Graham Jones and Andre Montoya May 2, 2024

  Off the coattails of “Scream VI,” directing duo Matt Bettinelli-Olpin and Tyler Gillett, otherwise known as “Radio Silence,” have delivered another spectacularly bloody and surprisingly...

Utah outfielder Abby Dayton (16) versus the Weber State Wildcats at Dumke Family Softball Stadium in Salt Lake City on April 17, 2024. (Photo by Sarah Karr | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Utah Softball Salvages Oregon State Series, Records Shutout in Final Game

By Abbey Thomas, Sports Editor April 30, 2024

  With the end of the final season of Pac-12 softball fast approaching, the Utes traveled to Corvallis, Oregon for a slate of games against the Oregon State Beavers. Utah looked to extend their...

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‘The Tortured Poets Department’ Analysis From a Tortured Poet

By Eliza Delgado, Arts Editor April 28, 2024

  Taylor Swift continues to prove she is a true mastermind. While receiving a Grammy at the 2024 Grammys, Swift announced her 11th studio album “The Tortured Poets Department.” Here is...

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girl in red’s ‘I’M DOING IT AGAIN BABY’: She’s Back!

By Laney Hansen, Arts Writer April 27, 2024

  Three years after her last release "if i could make it go quiet," girl in red has returned with quite the comeback. Norwegian indie pop star Marie Ulven Ringheim released her new album on April...

The Boy and the Heron Courtesy of Studio Ghibli

Studio Ghibli Fest: Celebrating Ghibli’s Legacy

By Isra Habib, Arts Writer April 27, 2024

  This spring marks the start of this year’s Studio Ghibli Fest. After Hayao Miyazaki’s latest masterpiece, “The Boy and the Heron,” was released last year, this event honors the animation...