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Alexander: We Need to Regulate the Rental Market

By CJ Alexander, Opinion Writer August 12, 2021

  According to the National Low Income Housing Coalition, a Utah rental home needs to cost $377 a month for a minimum-wage worker to afford it. In Salt Lake City, the average rent for a one-bedroom...

A development project underway off of 500 S and 1300 E in Salt Lake City on October 15th 2020. (Photo by Gwen Christopherson | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Saifee: The Stage is Set for Gentrification in Salt Lake City

By Zahra Saifee, Opinion Editor April 12, 2021

  Utah's population is booming — thanks to economic growth in Salt Lake and Utah counties, and a relatively low unemployment rate despite the pandemic. People from California and other western...

Patience: College Prepares Us to Fail in the Real World

Patience: College Prepares Us to Fail in the Real World

By Alisa Patience February 24, 2018

Is the University of Utah teaching students what we need to know for the real world? This is a complicated question. To me, the real world implies living on your own, having a job, paying taxes and...

Patience: Should You Move In with Your Significant Other?

Patience: Should You Move In with Your Significant Other?

By Alisa Patience February 10, 2018

Living with a significant other isn't for everyone. In fact, there are married couples who have kids, are in love and are exclusive, but who don't live together because they prefer their own spaces. But...

Social Commentary on Stage: When Politics and Theatre Collide

November 29, 2016

Political commentary is inescapable these days. Whether delivered by online news feed or social media, the internet is abuzz with concerns and fears as we face the future. Amongst all this, it may be easy...