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The Utah Lake in Saratoga Springs, Utah on February on Feb. 22, 2024. (Photo by Sarah Karr | The Daily Utah Chronicle)
Great Salt Lake Gains 'Symbolic' Inflow of Water from Utah Lake
By Giovanni Radtke, News Writer • April 14, 2024

  Utah Lake's floodgates were opened early this year as its reservoir reached full capacity. The water outflows into the Jordan River and will likely enter the Great Salt Lake. The Utah Division of Water Resources estimates nearly 300 million gallons of water from the...

Wasatch Wildlife Watch project lead Austin Green setting up a trail camera for local wildlife at Parleys Historic Nature Park in Utah on June 28, 2022. (Photo courtesy of Gabriel Brown)
Hundreds of U Students Help with Ongoing Wasatch Wildlife Preservation Project
By Andrew Christiansen, Online Managing Editor • April 13, 2024

  Since 2018, around 2,000 community volunteers and over 500 students have taken part in the Wasatch Wildlife Watch project, resulting...

Tim Shriver, CEO of Unite, speaks at a Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute event to discuss a better way to disagree at the Thomas S. Monson Centeron in Salt Lake City, Utah on April 12, 2024. (Photo by Allison Stuart | The Daily Utah Chronicle)
Bridging the Divide: Dignified Disagreements with Tim Shriver
By Allison Stuart, News Writer • April 13, 2024

  On Friday, the Kem C. Gardner Policy Institute held an event for prospective master's students and discussed a better way to disagree...

The Chielo Vintage stand during the Women In Business Bloom into Business Market event in the Spencer Fox Eccles Business Building at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City on Tuesday, Apr. 9, 2024. (Photo by Marco Lozzi | The Daily Utah Chronicle)
Bloom into Business Market Brings Entrepreneurial Women to Campus
By Elle Crossley, News Writer • April 12, 2024

  Women in Business hosted its Bloom into Business Market on April 9. The event brought entrepreneurial women from the Salt Lake community...

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The block U on campus with the colors of the intersectional LGBTQ+ pride flag on March 24, 2021.
Pride Month 2024 is the Last Time Block U Will be Wrapped in Pride Colors
By Libbey Hanson, News Writer • April 10, 2024

  The University of Utah's 2024 Pride Week is the last time the Block U will be wrapped in pride colors and this academic year is the...

Students in the Master of Social Work program, alongside members of the Salt Lake community, protest an event organized by the University of Utah chapter of Young Americans for Freedom (YAF) taking place at the Social Work building in Salt Lake City on Monday, April 8, 2024. (Photo by Johnny Morris | The Daily Utah Chronicle).
Mecha Members Protest as YAF Hosts Another Far-Right Speaker
By Caelan Roberts and Vanessa Hudson April 8, 2024

  On Monday, a familiar scene of protesters rallying against a conservative commentator hosted by Young Americans for Freedom at Utah...

Salt Lake City International Airport and Stansbury Islands seen from the Avenues in Salt Lake City on Nov. 17. 2023. (Photo by Marco Lozzi | The Daily Utah Chronicle)
The Impacts of Utah's New 'Sovereignty Bill' Amidst the State's Ongoing Battle with the EPA
By Libbey Hanson, News Writer • April 7, 2024

  Passed in January, S.B. 57, Utah’s “sovereignty bill,” grants the state authority to override federal law, policy or rule. In...

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News for U: AI Gun Detection in Utah Schools
By Emma Ratkovic, Giovanni Radtke, and Graham Jones April 3, 2024

Welcome to News For U! In this episode, Giovanni discusses ZeroEye's new AI gun detection software and how the Utah State Board of Education...

The MEB Parking Lot on the University of Utah campus in Salt Lake City on Feb. 28, 2024. (Photo by Xiangyao “Axe” Tang | The Daily Utah Chronicle)
Strategies to Alleviate U Parking Challenges: A Parking App and Class Schedules
By Andrew Christiansen, Online Managing Editor • April 2, 2024

This story is part two of a two-part series about the University of Utah’s plan to alleviate parking challenges. You can read part one here.   In...

Members of the Women’s Outdoor Leadership Initiative and the Backcountry Squatters at the Sugar House Garden Center to celebrate gender inclusion in the outdoors at their annual formal on March 29, 2024. (Courtesy of Clara Coffey)
WOLI and Backcountry Squatters Formal Raises Money for Gender Inclusion in Outdoor Spaces
By Elle Crossley, News Writer • April 2, 2024

  Members of the Women’s Outdoor Leadership Initiative and the Backcountry Squatters came together on March 29 at the Sugar House Garden...

Historian Seth Anziska speaking  about the fallout of Israels 1982 invasion of Lebanon for this years Dolowitz Lecture in Human Rights at the Utah Museum of Fine Arts Marcia and John Price Museum Building at the University of Utah on March 21, 2024. (Photo by Giovanni Radtke | The Daily Utah Chronicle)
The Global Consequences of Israel's 'Forgotten War'
By Giovanni Radtke, News Writer • April 2, 2024

  In the summer of 1982, Israeli forces invaded southern Lebanon to root out the Palestinian Liberation Organization. What was meant...

Orcale Bones, printed by Red Butte Press, at the J. Willard Marriott Library in Salt Lake City on March 26. 2024. (The Daily Utah Chronicle | Photo by Sophie Felici)
U's Red Butte Press Releases Terry Tempest William's 'Oracle Bones'
By Giovanni Radtke, News Writer • April 1, 2024

  The J. Willard Marriott Library hosted a book launch for "Oracle Bones," a handmade book featuring poems by author Terry Tempest Williams...

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Pride Week 2024: A Renaissance for All Identities
By Elle Crossley, News Writer • April 1, 2024

  Pride Week 2024 is bringing students together for The Pride Renaissance in a week of inspiration and inclusivity April 1 through 6. The...

Exterior of the South Physics Observatory at the University of Utah, Salt Lake City, on March 2, 2022 (Photo via the Daily Utah Chronicle Archive)
U ‘Amateur’ Astronomer Discovers His Ninth Supernova
By Giovanni Radtke, News Writer • March 30, 2024

  In late January, amateur astronomer Patrick Wiggins discovered a supernova in the Ursa Major constellation. Wiggins found the supernova,...

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Book Banning Bill Gives School Districts Power to Ban Throughout Utah
By Libbey Hanson, News Writer • March 29, 2024

  The issue of book banning emerged again in this year's legislative session. H.B. 29, which was signed into law by Gov. Spencer Cox...

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Tuition and Fees to Increase by Over $300 in 2024-25 School Year
By Andrew Christiansen, Online Managing Editor • March 26, 2024

  After this year’s mandatory tuition freeze, University of Utah students must pay 3.28% or $338 dollars more in combined tuition and...

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Cox Signs Bills Impacting Universities in Utah
By Libbey Hanson, News Writer • March 14, 2024

  The 2024 Utah state legislative session came to a close on March 1, where a record 591 bills were passed in 45 days. As of March 13,...

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Danielle Endres Discusses Indigenous Resistance to Nuclear Waste
By Giovanni Radtke, News Writer • March 12, 2024

  The Tanner Humanities Center at the University of Utah hosted a talk with Danielle Endres, professor of communication and director...

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UIT's Efforts to Stop Phishing at the U
By Allison Stuart, News Writer • March 9, 2024

  As University of Utah students, there are many ways to be vigilant against outsiders who try to steal sensitive information in an online...

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