The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle

The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle

The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle

U?s Jewish community welcomes new year

By By Deborah Rafferty September 22, 2009

By Deborah RaffertyKiki Temkin celebrated Rosh Hashana, the Jewish new year, with her family by eating dinner and attending the symphony. Spending the holiday with family during the new year celebration...

ASUU court often inactive

By By Chris Mumford September 22, 2009

By Chris MumfordThe student body has its own Supreme Court8212;it just doesn't do much.If a student has a campus-related grievance that needs adjudication, the student government's Supreme Court might...

Construction snags delay Crimson View opening

By By Veronica Pineda August 28, 2009

By Veronica PinedaThe Crimson View Café, housed on the fourth floor of the Union, will reopen Oct. 19 after construction delays prevented it from opening in time for the school year.The restaurant was...

Farmers Market offers food, chicken care advice

By By Katie Valentine August 28, 2009

By Katie ValentineStudents visiting the U's Farmers Market purchased food and crafts from local vendors and learned about caring for chickens. The market is in its second year at the U and has expanded...

Gun love is fueled by fear

By By Jonathan April 22, 2009

By JonathanWhen President Barack Obama said that some small-town Americans have become bitter about their economic situation and thus "cling to guns or religion," people jumped on him like a pack of wolves....

Red-White game sees addition of new QB contender

By Christopher Kamrani, Asst. Sports EditorAn estimated 4,500 Utah fans squeezed into a few sections of Rice-Eccles Stadium to get a first glimpse of an encore of last season. They weren't disappointed....

State lottery could provide for education

By By John Stafford April 9, 2009

By John StaffordWhenever I go out of state, I scrounge up a few dollars, try to not think about that quiz I took on probability sophomore year, and join the hopeful masses who felt lucky enough to ignore...

Utah pushes through first round of NCAAs

By By Quinn Wilcox, Staff Writer March 23, 2009

By Quinn Wilcox, Staff WriterIt looks like Utah can prolong its stay in College Park, Md., a little longer, thanks to a suffocating defensive performance.The No. 9 seed Utes took care of business and then...

Arizona smothers Utes in opener

By By Marco Villano, Staff Writer March 23, 2009

By Marco Villano, Staff WriterUtah didn't look like the team that won 24 games, the team that won the Mountain West Conference regular-season championship or the team that won the MWC tournament.From the...

Tutoring center helps math students

By By Michael Olson, Staff Writer November 21, 2008

By Michael Olson, Staff WriterDaniel Crawford spends hours trying to keep up in his quantitative analysis class, but the more difficult math classes make algebra look like basic addition. "It's not like...