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Salt Lake’s Flourishing Culture

Salt Lake City. Courtesy Wikimedia Commons.

By Weston Wood, Arts Writer

October 23, 2019

  Salt Lake City is a bustling town nestled at the feet of the Wasatch Mountains, one that is influenced by migrant cultures. It's not the small town it used to be. Boasting around 200,000 people, this city is internationally connected by its people & culture. The city has been globally reco...

Edwards: The Manipulative Motive Behind a Census Citizenship Question

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By Sheely Edwards, Opinion Editor

July 15, 2019

  In preparation for the decennial census, the Federal Government has to prepare and print more than 1.5 billion sheets of paper to be mailed out in 2020. Printing begins six months early in order to ensure that the questionnaire is ready in time. So far, it seems that the Trump administration has m...

How the Spice Kitchen Gives Refugees New Opportunities

Kamal and Geeta Sharma owners of Bhutan House Restaurant and graduates of Spice Kitchen.

(Photo by Justin Prather | Daily Utah Chronicle)

By Mandi Johansen

April 2, 2019

  Food is an international language. The S.P.I.C.E. Kitchen, affiliated with the International Rescue Committee (IRC) and supported by Salt Lake County, works with vulnerable communities to provide opportunities for many to follow their passion of food. The “Spice” in Spice Kitchen stands...

Sundance: ‘Give Me Liberty’ is a Whirlwind Film Exploring Marginalized Communities

Chris Galust and Lauren 'Lolo' Spencer in

By Alaikia Marielle

January 29, 2019

  “Give Me Liberty” is a thoughtful and ambitious film about the real and often messy lives that real people live. Based on the experiences of Russia-born director Kirill Mikhanovsky, “Give Me Liberty” is a creative exploration of immigrants making it in America and of how marginali...

I Would’ve Protested Too: A Look At the Notre Dame Student Walkout

I Would've Protested Too: A Look At the Notre Dame Student Walkout

By Broderick Sterrett

May 31, 2017

On Sunday May 21, the University of Notre Dame said farewell to its 2017 graduating class. But before the commencement speech could start, some graduates took a stand and said farewell to the university. The reason the graduates stood and walked out of their own graduation ceremony: Vice President Mike P...

Film Documents the Undocumented in America

November 13, 2014

Each day, more than 1,000 people are deported from America because they are undocumented citizens. A free screening of the film “Documented” was shown at the U Tuesday in the Film & Media Arts building to show students, faculty and staff how corrupted the immigration system in the United States...

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