The Daily Utah Chronicle

Dine or Dash: Proper Burger

Dine or Dash: Proper Burger

By Weston Wood, Arts Writer

January 16, 2020

  Utah is famous for its many local breweries. Utah’s famous craft beer is an art that started as a local-deemed necessity. Utah breweries originally were created by local people trying to maneuver around Utah’s incredibly strict liquor laws. The laws have changed over the years, and the breweries have bee...

Gilgal Sculpture Garden: Salt Lake’s Hidden Gem

Gilgal Sculpture Garden: Salt Lake’s Hidden Gem

By Weston Wood, Arts Writer

January 14, 2020

Gilgal Sculpture Garden is nestled in a quiet, downtown neighborhood. A local treasure, this garden is unique to Salt Lake City. Unlike a traditional garden, this one is home to many eccentric sculptures. Most, if not all, of the sculptures have been inspired by stories and scriptures from the Book of Mo...

Reese: Homeless Utahns Are Being Ignored

Reese: Homeless Utahns Are Being Ignored

By Isaac Reese, Opinion Writer

January 12, 2020

There is a moral failure across the streets of the United States, as people experiencing homelessness are constantly forced to wander without access to needed resources while being harassed by law enforcement. Homelessness has recently become a heated topic within Salt Lake City, and recent tensions...

No April Fools — April 1 Will Be National Census Day

No April Fools — April 1 Will Be National Census Day

By Barbara Pace, News Writer

December 27, 2019

  The U.S. Constitution requires everyone living in the United States to be counted every ten years. The first census was in 1790, and since 1902 the U.S. Census Bureau has owned the daunting task of documenting individuals living in each American dwelling — now over 300 million people. In...

Gulley’s Favorite Restaurants of 2019

Gulley’s Favorite Restaurants of 2019

By Arielle Gulley, Arts Writer

December 24, 2019

It is that time of year once again when we reflect on all of the great happenings this past year has brought us. If you’re like me, one of the biggest aspects to reflect on from the past 12 months was the great restaurants we frequented and all of the delicious food we ate. I’ve always been some...

Reese: Cox And Other Leaders Should Put Their Money Where Their Mouth Is On Homelessness

Reese: Cox And Other Leaders Should Put Their Money Where Their Mouth Is On Homelessness

By Isaac Reese, Opinion Writer

December 14, 2019

“I’m a conservative and Republican because I care about people,” said Lt. Governor Spencer Cox said at the 2019 Washington County Republican’s Convention. But perhaps Cox’s statement should be taken with a grain of salt, especially after his recent actions in support of closing the Road Home. The...

Whimsy Wall Art Project: A Love Letter to Utah

Whimsy Wall Art Project: A Love Letter to Utah

By Arielle Gulley, Arts Writer

December 4, 2019

  Newly developed structures and construction sites are nothing if not an everyday occurrence at this point for many of us. The new additions of freshly paved roads, parking garages and skyscrapers are all around, and each new project is seemingly no different from the last. One of the large...

Starr: Keep the Road Home Open

Starr: Keep the Road Home Open

By Kennedie Starr, Opinion Writer

November 26, 2019

Record-breaking cold temperatures in Salt Lake City last month made my hands freeze and my frowning face flush to pink. However, when I feel the discomfort of the harsh elements while I walk around downtown or on my way to class, I have the opportunity to fall into my own bed each night under a roof t...

Christopherson: Utah Democrats Play a Critical Role in Moderating Conservative Leadership

Christopherson: Utah Democrats Play a Critical Role in Moderating Conservative Leadership

By Nain Christopherson, Opinion Writer

November 25, 2019

As a resident of Salt Lake City and a student at the University of Utah, I’m constantly surrounded by people who share my liberal values — in school, at my job and even within my religious congregation. While canvassing for Ben McAdams last fall, it seemed everyone whose door I knocked was planning...

Christopherson: Children’s Sports Shouldn’t Play On Bad Air Days

Christopherson: Children’s Sports Shouldn’t Play On Bad Air Days

By Nain Christopherson, Opinion Writer

November 22, 2019

Everyone knows that Utah has terrible air. In 2017, the American Lung Association ranked Salt Lake City’s air quality “the sixth worst in the nation,” which will not surprise anyone who lives here. Pollution is as much a part of our lives and consciousness as the beautiful mountains or the state...

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