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The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

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Buening: We’re the Clean Energy Generation

By Sarah Buening, Assistant Opinion Editor November 4, 2021

  In Utah, we have access to many diverse landscapes, from canyons to mountains, deserts to salt flats. With this variance comes unique growth opportunities. Currently, our state is powered...

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Editorial: Our Future is Uncertain and Stressful

  The world we are entering into is not a welcoming one. It’s not even promised. Our parents and grandparents grew up in a world with possibilities and chances for change. Institutional...

(Fire in Neff Canyon on Sept. 22, 2020 | Photo Courtesy of Sue Oldroyd)

Weglinski: Presidential Debates Must Focus on Climate Change

By Sonia Weglinski, Opinion Writer October 7, 2020

  The giant Metronome digital clock in New York recently revealed a new message. Curated by climate activists Andrew Boyd and Gan Golan, the display screen now flashes an unnerving reality: “The...

A student sita in the Marriott library to work on her online class, Monday, August 31, 2015.

Scott: Not Just Boomers: Young People Are Falling for Internet Conspiracies

By Elise Scott, Opinion Writer September 10, 2020

  If asked to describe the demographic most likely to post wildly sensationalist and factually-challenged political content on social media, many people would single out baby boomers. This is understandable,...

Protesters speak out against police corruption and violence during an open mic in front of the Utah State Capitol on June 5, 2020. (Photo by Mark Draper | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Soter: Gen-Z Activists Should Treat COVID-19 Like the Human Rights Crisis It Is

By Theadora Soter, Multimedia Managing Editor August 14, 2020

  Young people, especially those from Generation Z, seem to care a lot about their communities and the human rights issues within them. One in 10 college freshmen plan to participate in some type...

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The Challenges of TikTok Go Beyond Teens Making Memes. The Company Now Has a U.S. National Probe

By Miacel Spotted Elk, News Writer December 22, 2019

  Kenzie Wilkinson, a freshman studying Multi-Disciplinary Design at the University of Utah, has a theory on why the mobile application TikTok appeals to a younger demographic. “They’re adapted...