The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle

The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle

The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle

Daschle Receives Anthrax Letter

October 15, 2001

WASHINGTON?A piece of mail sent to Senate Majority Leader Tom Daschle tested positive for anthrax Monday as the bioterrorism scare that has raised anxiety across the country reached the halls of Congress....

Powell Tries to Reduce Tensions

October 15, 2001

ISLAMABAD, Pakistan?With the U.S.-led war in Afghanistan just over the horizon, Secretary of State Colin Powell is meeting with Pakistani officials on reopening military ties and to encourage a reduction...

The Many Faces of Buddhism: U Faculty and Staff Members Give Their Unique Perspectives

October 14, 2001

Like Christianity, Buddhism split into several sects that interpreted the original teachings differently. The following profiles show that in the Christian-Judeo society of the United States, followers...

Buddhism 101: The Origin, Teachings and Schools of Buddhism

October 14, 2001

With estimates ranging from 200 to 600 million, the Buddhist population places the faith among large religions such as Christianity, Islam and Judaism. Buddhism is the predominant religion in many countries...

Volleyball Needs Success on Road

October 10, 2001

After splitting two road matches last weekend, the Utah volleyball team is looking to extend its undefeated record at home this weekend against UNLV and San Diego State. However, Utah is looking at Oct....

Researchers Find Key Component of AIDS Virus

October 4, 2001

The virus that causes AIDS commandeers a white blood cell?s own inner machinery?producing more virus particles to invade new cells, spreading the disease.But researchers at the University of Utah and Myriad...

New York Times Columnist Holds Lecture Today

By , , and October 3, 2001

Thomas Friedman, a Pulitzer Prize winning New York Times columnist, will speak on globalization and the current state of the Middle East during a speech today at 3:30 p.m. in Kingsbury Hall.His speech,...

Traffic Lab Peers Through UDOT’s Eyes

By , , and October 3, 2001

A screen on the wall of the University of Utah?s Traffic Lab showed the cars below slipping past on I-15.At 11 a.m., traffic is light, and cars are generously spaced. But about 4:30 p.m. on a Friday, they...

Both U Tennis Teams Set to Start Seasons

October 3, 2001

After a disappointing season mired by many injuries to key players, the University of Utah?s women?s tennis team is going to attempt to make a run at the Mountain West Conference title. The Utes finished...

Campus Events

By , , , , , , , and September 25, 2001

September 25The student environmental organization Terra Firma is hosting a free viewing of ?This is What Democracy Looks Like? at 3:30 p.m. in the Union Theater. The Wallace Stegner Center at the College...