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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

Pay lot kiosk in the Union Parking Lot. (Chronicle archives)

Letter: Your Parking or Your Life

By Margot Porter November 23, 2020

  As a University of Utah student, you know what I love seeing on campus? “NO STUDENT PARKING” signs. I’m not joking — I legitimately wish we had less student parking available. Surprised?...

A sign above the entrance to the University of Utah Hospital on the University of Utah Medical Campus, Salt Lake City, UT on Friday, September 13th, 2019. (Photo by Mark Draper | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Socially Distant Doctors: Virtual Healthcare’s New Prominence

By Alexis Perno, News Writer October 21, 2020

  From viewing patients to basic training to connecting physicians remotely, Intermountain pediatric and telehealth outreach director Howard Kadish said there’s a lot packaged into telehealth,...

A sign above the entrance to the University of Utah Hospital on the University of Utah Medical Campus, Salt Lake City, UT on Friday, September 13th, 2019. (Photo by Mark Draper | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Letter: Becoming a Physician Assistant During a Pandemic

  Healthcare has an entirely different meaning this year. It is needless to say that this pandemic has changed the lives of many people in countless ways. Those working on the frontlines risking...

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Gholami: COVID-19 Was Not the Beginning nor the End of Medical Racism

By Samira Gholami, Opinion Writer August 29, 2020

  The life-saving medical therapies at the forefront of diagnosis and treatment of the novel Coronavirus have a history of racial bias. Discriminatory design and ideologies are embedded in the...

Illustration of the morphology of the coronavirus from the Centers of the Disease Control and Prevention (Courtesy Wikimedia Commons)

Online Workshop Hosted by ASUU and UCC Covers COVID-19 Disparities

By Kayleigh Silverstein, Special Projects Managing Editor, News Writer August 20, 2020

    On Tuesday, Aug. 18, ASUU hosted a workshop in collaboration with the University Counseling Center to discuss various aspects of the current pandemic.  One session, entitled “Disproportionality...

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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Barron: The U Should Prioritize Students with a Remote VP Debate

By Morgan Barron, Opinion Writer June 22, 2020

  Last fall, the Commission on Presidential Debates announced that the 2020 Vice Presidential Debate would be hosted at the University of Utah a little less than a month before election day. ...

A sign thanking healthcare workers outside of Lone Peak Hospital. (Courtesy of Lone Peak Hospital)

Students Heading into Healthcare Respond to COVID-19 Pandemic

By Kayleigh Silverstein, Special Projects Managing Editor, News Writer June 14, 2020

    Since the outbreak of the COVID-19 pandemic, hospitals have been busy, nurses and doctors have been overworked and the need for healthcare workers has become more and more apparent....

Ken Sanders, owner of Ken Sanders Rare Book Store, on Thursday, Jan. 30, 2020, in Salt Lake City. (Photo by Cassandra Palor | Daily Utah Chronicle)

Christopherson: Local Bookstores Need Us to Survive the Coronavirus Outbreak – and We Need Them

By Nain Christopherson, Assistant Opinion Editor April 17, 2020

  It's no secret that Amazon.com has been putting small, independent bookstores across the country (and even chains like Barnes & Noble) out of business for years – but now, as the massive...

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Moran: Young Adults vs. COVID-19

By Serena Moran April 3, 2020

  Unfortunately, the rapid spread of COVID-19 has not been enough for some young people to take the pleas to stay home very seriously. Airplane services and other traveling hospitalities have become...