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The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle

The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle

(Chronicle archives)

ASUU Board Directors: Translating the Presidency’s Goals and Prioritizing Students

By Chandler Joost, News Writer April 20, 2022

  ASUU is the student government representing all students at the University of Utah. Each branch has its own functions and responsibilities that directly serve the needs and interests of students...

(Ivana Martinez | Daily Utah Chronicle) Salt Lake City police officers look at protesters gather at the Public Safety Building in Salt Lake City on Monday, June 1, 2020.

SLC Residents Voice Concerns to Council Regarding Proposed $84M Police Budget

By Natalie Colby, Ivana Martinez, and Joseph Moss June 3, 2020

  On June 2, the Salt Lake City Council allowed Salt Lake residents to state their thoughts and comments on the upcoming agenda. Comments were mostly directed towards the budget — which proposed...

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Poma: The U’s Tuition Freeze Could Cost Students

By Sasha Poma, Assistant Opinion Editor May 27, 2020

  Over the last decade, college students in Utah and across the country have grappled with ever-growing tuition costs – but now, the uncertainty of the coronavirus pandemic has led many institutions...

Governor Gary Herbert (R), at the dedication of the new S.J. Quinney School of Law building on Tuesday, Sept. 1, 2015 | Chronicle archives

Gov. Herbert Emphasizes Education in $20 Billion Budget Proposal

By Kayleigh Silverstein , Special Projects Managing Editor, News Writer January 22, 2020

  On Jan. 8, in This is the Place Heritage Park, Governor Gary Herbert announced his $20 billion budget proposal for the 2021 fiscal year. Through this proposal, Herbert provided his economic recommendations...

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Easy Ways for College Students to Save Money

March 3, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] The phrase “poor college student” is often used to describe those at the U and other universities. But with some clear budgeting guidelines, it’s easy to defy...

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Top 5 Budgeting Mistakes Students Make

By Mary Royal March 3, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] College students tend not to be the most money-savvy folks. So The Daily Utah Chronicle sat down with Ann House, a financial counselor with the U’s Personal Money...

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Tuition Increases: “Something’s Wrong with that Picture”

February 17, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text]   Waiting in long lines at the Student Services Building to pay for tuition is just the beginning of the worst things about paying for classes. MOST READ:...

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New Year, New ASUU

January 14, 2015

  Every semester each student pays $23.12 in fees to ASUU, but most don’t know where that money goes after tuition is paid. All of that added up to a budget of $1.7 million for student government...

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Breaking the Bank with Student Tuition

September 28, 2014

  To put herself through school, Olivia Peterson, a junior in sociology, holds down two jobs in retail and another as a tutor. For this semester alone, on top of tuition, Peterson paid over $100...

ASUU president elect Justin Spangler presents next year’s budget with ASUU financial advisor Rob Phillips at Thursday’s Senate meeting. Photo by Chris Samuels.

ASUU proposes tightened budget

April 21, 2014

Incoming ASUU President Justin Spangler presented his budget proposal for the next academic year to the ASUU Senate on Thursday night. The new budget is $1.67 million total, 5.65 percent less than the...