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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

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U Students on their Political Affiliation and Participation

By Chandler Joost, News Writer March 2, 2022

  Politics and political activism in the United States has always existed in many forms, whether local, state or national, with many involving themselves in the process. However, recently there...

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Reese: Progressives Need to Take Back the Judiciary

By Isaac Reese, Opinion Writer October 1, 2020

  Donald Trump has, in his first term alone, appointed 25% of all active federal judges. His influence on the judicial branch will be felt for generations to come. Because federal judges have life-tenure,...

President Franklin D. Roosevelt signs the Gold Reserve Actt on Jan. 30, 1934. (Courtesy Wikimedia Commons)

Dalley: Democrats Shouldn’t Abandon Their Progressive History

By Nathan Dalley, Opinion Writer December 16, 2019

Multiple establishment Democrats have criticized their further left colleagues directly and indirectly over the past year, claiming that their perceived ideological extremity will cost Democrats the 2020...

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Swanson: Warren Can Rally Democrats, But Can She Win it All?

By Gavin Swanson, Opinion Writer November 9, 2019

Biden may still be in the 2020 presidential race, but there are two other frontrunners with a credible shot at winning the nomination — Senators Elizabeth Warren and Bernie Sanders. Warren has had a...