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Utah womens basketball team warm ups before taking on Lipscomb University at the Huntsman Center in Salt Lake City, Nov. 10, 2021. (Photo by Rachel Rydalch | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

A Magical Run Ends as Utah Falls to Stanford in Pac-12 Finale

By Eric Jensen, Sports Writer March 6, 2022

  A tremendous year for Utah women’s basketball will continue after the Pac-12 Tournament finals as Utah falls to Stanford 73-48. The Utes' Cinderella run ended at the hands of a smothering...

UMFA’s Senior Curator on Obata’s Works and Influence on American Art History

By Avery Greig, Arts Editor January 24, 2022

  The Utah Museum of Fine Art's (UMFA) pivotal acquisition of 35 artworks from renowned twentieth-century, Japanese-American artist Chiura Obata will bring critical artworks that explore the complexity...

Finding Chiura Obata Through His Art and Staying to Learn His Story

By Devin Oldroyd, News Writer January 24, 2022

  Thirty-five works by Japanese American artist Chiura Obata are set to join the Utah Museum of Fine Art’s permanent collection in Fall 2022. “Building a collection for future generations...

Linnabary: We Can Decarbonize Globally Through a Carbon Embargo

By Ian Linnabary, Opinion Writer December 21, 2021

  Climate change is undoubtedly a global issue that will affect every nation. We already see the dramatic effects of climate change through increased wildfires, rising sea levels and a rise in...

Shadley: A Carbon Embargo Misplaces Responsibility and Fails to Facilitate Decarbonization

By Will Shadley, Opinion Writer December 21, 2021

  The burning of fossil fuels, like coal, oil and natural gas, is the primary reason for anthropogenic climate change. It’s also been the best way to rapidly grow an economy. It’s no surprise...

Community and Collective in Viewing UMFA’s ‘2020: From Here on Out’

By Drew Reynolds, Arts Writer November 8, 2021

  In a radical re-envisioning of their Great Hall, the Utah Museum of Fine Arts explores topics of racial injustice, the global COVID-19 pandemic and community healing in the post-2020 world in...

The Voices Behind the Murals in ‘2020: From Here on Out’

By Devin Oldroyd, News Writer October 30, 2021

  On Saturday, Sept. 25, the Utah Museum of Fine Arts opened their newest mural exhibition, titled "2020: From Here on Out." The exhibition features four murals painted by Utah-native artists...

Screenshot from The Old Dark House. (Courtesy of Universal Studios)

Fisher’s Spooky Movie Recommendations

By Megan Fisher, Arts Writer October 23, 2021

  My first interaction with the genre of "scary movie" happened after my first watch of the animated film "101 Dalmatians," waking up from a nightmare about the villian Cruella de Vil. But, in...

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Fuller’s Fall Book Recommendations

By Whit Fuller, Arts Writer October 23, 2021

  As fall begins and October ushers in the Halloween season, it seems only right to spend more nights indoors reading a good book. If you’re in the market for some fall reads ranging from the...

(Photo by: Justin Prather | The Daily Utah Chronicle).

Fisher’s Ultimate Halloween Playlist

By Megan Fisher, Arts Writer October 23, 2021

  Halloween is one of my favorite holidays. I love the atmosphere — the crisp air, crunchy leaves, smell of pumpkin, brown and orange color scheme and the music. I have found that nothing...