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April Arts Desk Favorites

April 22, 2020

  Palak Jayswal They say old habits die hard. But I say there's a sense of comfort found in nostalgia. It's the same one I associate with the "Harry Potter" book and film series. As a child, I was...

Dalley: Media Forces Independent Women To Take a Back Seat

Dalley: Media Forces Independent Women To Take a Back Seat

By Nathan Dalley, Opinion Writer September 25, 2019

Women who are intelligent and independent have always been spoken about in degrading ways that don’t constitute an equitable society. Often, women are treated as if they can do no right, and...

Utah Symphony Brings Magic to Muggles of SLC

Utah Symphony Brings Magic to Muggles of SLC

By Palak Jayswal, Arts Editor July 3, 2019

  When people hear the word “symphony” there are traditionally two different responses: excitement or a deep sense of dread. The Utah Symphony is keen on evoking the first response with their...

(Graphic by Hannah Allred | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

To Binge or Not to Binge Episode 39: “Origin”

By Alaikia Marielle December 18, 2018

  Warning: This review contains mild spoilers for “Origin” Ever since people began speculating about space travel in fiction, we've speculated about the various possible mishaps. One of...

The University of Utah student section cheers during an NCAA Football game vs. The University of Southern California at Rice Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah on Saturday, Oct. 20, 2018. (Photo by Kiffer Creveling | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

How Much Swag is Too Much Swag?

By Alaikia Marielle November 23, 2018

  When the Utes play at home, Utah fans show up to show their pride and spirit in a sea of red. Studies show team performance improves fans' spirits during a game. A home advantage is truly an...

(Photo by: Mark Draper | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

The Hogwarts Holy War: Even Wizards Have Rivalries

By Adelina Whitten November 21, 2018

  Students look forward to the University of Utah and Brigham Young University "Holy War" face-off each year. Fans dress in their respective colors, express undying support for teams and occasionally...

Patience: Schools that Teach Protest Should Allow Protest

Patience: Schools that Teach Protest Should Allow Protest

By Alisa Patience March 6, 2018

The Parkland Florida school shooting has inspired students at schools all over the country to participate in school walk-outs as a form of peaceful protest against the government's inaction regarding gun...

Patience: Pop Culture, An Escape from Reality

Patience: Pop Culture, An Escape from Reality

By Alisa Patience November 28, 2017

I recently read “The Amazing Adventures of Kavalier and Clay” by Michael Chabon for class. It’s a book that argues for the artistic and social value of comic books in the 1940s and 1950s. Then...

(Photo Courtesy of Utah Quidditch)

U’s Quidditch Team Takes Third in Tourney

March 11, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] You don’t have to go to Hogwarts to be a Quidditch champion; you can join the U’s Crimson Elite. MOST POPULAR STORY: GREEKS ARE TIRED OF THE PARTY STEREOTYPE The...

(Photo Courtesy of Edgar Pavlovsky)

Quidditch for Muggles at the U

October 7, 2014

  Running across a field with brooms between their knees, the Utah Quidditch teams are taking part in one of the hippest, growing trends in the sports world. Made famous by J.K. Rowling’s Harry...