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Hibben: Apologies for Military Mistakes Are Not Enough

By Aya Hibben, Opinion Writer September 30, 2021

  On Aug. 29, the United States military fired a drone missile in Afghanistan — a “righteous strike.” But really, this was a tragic mistake, killing 10 civilians, 7 of which were children. The...

Utah Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox speaking at the inauguration of Ruth Watkins, 16th president of the University of Utah.(Photo by: Justin Prather | The Utah Chronicle)

Forth: In an Hour of Need, Cox Did What Biden Wouldn’t

By Kate Forth, Opinion Writer September 1, 2021

  Recently, Kabul, Afghanistan’s capital and United States’ last remaining military base in Afghanistan, fell to Taliban control. Now that the U.S. is withdrawing entirely from Afghanistan,...

(Protesters hold signs in support of Asian Americans at Washington Square Park in Salt Lake City on April 3, 2021. (Photo by Natalie Colby | Daily Utah Chronicle)

‘We’re A Bit Invisible’: Utah Alumni and Professor Speak on Anti-Asian Hate in the US

By Kayleigh Silverstein, Special Projects Managing Editor, News Writer April 14, 2021

  People in the United States have become increasingly aware of anti-Asian hate after the Atlanta spa shootings, where six of the eight victims were Asian women. Protests have occurred across...

Lifting Hands International (LHI) with Helping Hand for Relief & Development (HHRD) loads donated supplies into a trailer bound for Jordan on Saturday, Aug. 19, 2017. (Photo by Adam Fondren | Daily Utah Chronicle)

Barron: Herbert’s Compassionate Leadership on Refugees Pushes Back On Hateful Fearmongering

By Morgan Barron, Opinion Writer December 3, 2019

There are currently 70.8 million refugees worldwide, and this number continues to increase as every day 37,000 people are forcibly displaced by military conflicts, ideological persecution or natural disasters. The...

All photos are exhibits on display at the PaperWest Exhibition. Captured on Tuesday, October 15th, 2019. (Photo by Jermy Thomas | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

The Eclectic Meaning of Paper: PaperWest at the Alvin Gittins Gallery

By Abigail Bowé, Arts Writer October 21, 2019

PaperWest, a regional juried exhibition currently being held at the Alvin Gittins Gallery at the University of Utah, is a touching celebration of paper. Curated from submissions of several artists from...

Students attend the film screening at the Social Work Building at the University of Utah on Aug. 17, 2019. (Courtesy of Peter Johnston.)

U Student Film Features Refugees Across the Valley

August 19, 2019

  A student film entitled "Refugee Voices" featuring student refugees and their stories of migration held its premiere Aug. 17 at the University of Utah College of Social Work. The film was part...

Alvarado: There is a Human Rights Crisis at the Border

Alvarado: There is a Human Rights Crisis at the Border

By Andrea Alvarado March 23, 2019

  The wall has been marketed as the sole solution to the influx of migrants to the United States-Mexico border. The president and his administration have held this enormous construction as a cure...

Dr. Crandall examining Noel Landenaz at the clinic. Courtesy of Tyler ODonnell.

Moran Eye Center at the University of Utah Works to Restore Sight of Refugees in Utah

By Christina Giardinelli November 14, 2018

  The John A. Moran Eye Center at the University of Utah held a free eye clinic on Nov. 10 at the Midvalley Health Center to support the health and employability of refugees in Utah. Elizabeth...

Refugees experience health care problems

April 17, 2013

A panel of community doctors and others who work with refugees discussed the health care issues faced by refugees in the United States at a panel discussion Tuesday in the Eccles Health Science Education...