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Buening: Taking on a Broken Collegiate System with Dr. Susan Chamberlain

By Sarah Buening, Assistant Opinion Editor February 24, 2022

  College is overwhelming — most students, myself included, are too familiar with the feeling. More than that, it’s become the expectation. It seems almost impossible to find a balance. If...

Mill Creek located in Mueller Park Canyon, Utah on Sunday, Aug. 29, 2021 (Photo by Brooklyn Critchley | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Shadley: The Sound of Silence

By Will Shadley, Opinion Writer September 1, 2021

  Finding a location free from human interference has become an increasingly difficult task. Even in the most remote places, the physical landscape is littered with evidence of our industrialized...

Katie, a sorority sister of Mackenzie Lueck, speaks at her vigil. (Photo by Kiffer Creveling | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Chavez: Stop Blaming and Start Advocating For Victims

By Paij Chavez, Opinion Writer August 25, 2019

Victim-blaming continues to come up in cultural conversations, but unfortunately, traditional media perpetuates this more often than it's deconstructed by it.  A 2016 article from The Atlantic provides...

(Courtesy of Susan Chamberlain)

Common Ground: Finding Support in Secular Groups

By Sofia Sant'Anna-Skites April 11, 2019

  There is a stigma surrounding The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints at the University of Utah and in the surrounding areas. Your membership in the church, or lack thereof, often serves...

The University of Utah football team sings the Utah fight song following their victory over Brigham Young University in an NCAA Football game at Rice Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, Utah on Sunday, Nov. 25, 2018. (Photo by Kiffer Creveling | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

For the Love of the Game

By Zach Janis February 9, 2019

  “Do you believe in miracles?” These five words were shouted over television waves by legendary sports broadcaster Al Michaels as members of the 1980 U.S. men’s hockey team swarmed over...

Patience: Not All Defense Mechanisms Are Healthy

Patience: Not All Defense Mechanisms Are Healthy

By Alisa Patience March 12, 2018

Defense mechanisms: we all have them. A defense mechanism is exactly what it sounds like, a mental or emotional defense used to protect us from stress and pain. As college students, we endure a time of...

Barber: Be Spontaneous

Barber: Be Spontaneous

By Shaelyn Barber February 10, 2018

Wake up, get dressed, attend class, eat lunch, go to work, do your homework, come home, sleep and repeat. Life can be mundane, and before we know it we are doing the same thing day after day. As we grow...

Patience: Drop This Semester Like A Bad Habit

Patience: Drop This Semester Like A Bad Habit

By Alisa Patience December 4, 2017

Another semester has come and gone, bringing us that much closer to graduating. But in the spirit of the new year, we can all stand to let go of some habits that made the semester just a little bit harder,...

Patience: Blood Does Not Equal Love

Patience: Blood Does Not Equal Love

By Alisa Patience November 20, 2017

Something that has become increasingly joked about regarding the holidays is dealing with obnoxious family members, like that one racist uncle yelling at you during dinner. While these jokes are certainly...

(Photo Courtesy of Lisa Diamond)

U Professor Teaches the Psychology of Love

February 12, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] A memorable teacher can be hard to find. But according to her students, Lisa Diamond, a U psychology professor, is one of those who stands out. Diamond has been...