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Utah Soccer Drops Two Games at Home as Regular Season Winds Down

University of Utah Utes Women's soccer team midfielder Courtney Talbot (14) dribbles past during an NCAA soccer match vs. the Stanford Cardinal women's soccer team at the Ute Soccer Field in Salt Lake City, Utah on Sunday, Oct. 27, 2019 (Photo by Abu Asib | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

By Ethan Pearce, Sports Writer

October 27, 2019

The University of Utah soccer team (6-7-4, 1-4-3 Pac-12) has their playoff hopes dwindling after dropping two games at home last weekend.  The Utes hadn’t lost a game at home all season until California (11-3-2, 3-2-2 Pac-12) came into Utah on Thursday night and left with a 1-2 win. “The energy and the ...

Dust Poses Dangers to Salt Lake Snow

(Photo by: Kiffer Creveling | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

By Amy Loret

January 17, 2019

  Whether you enjoy hitting the slopes or just appreciate a healthy environment here in Utah, there is a threat to those enjoyments that might not be on your radar. We’re talking about dust. Dr. McKenzie Skiles, assistant professor of geography at the University of Utah, is the lead author of...

The Best Skiing in Utah

Adam Loomis (6) competes in the U.S. Olympic Team trials for Nordic Combined at the Utah Olympic Park in Park City, Utah on Saturday, Dec. 30, 2017

(Photo by Kiffer Creveling)

By Hannah Keating, Arts Writer

December 7, 2018

  Skiing is undeniably one of the most popular hobbies on our campus. With the University of Utah being nestled in the perfect location for the activity, many students relish the arrival of the cold weather because it means that ski season is just around the corner. In returning from Thanksgiving ...

Patience: What I’m Going to Miss About Utah

Utah Chronicle File Photo

By Alisa Patience

May 5, 2018

For many, this semester is their final semester at the University of Utah. There are several things those students will undoubtedly miss. I’ll be spending a semester in Florida for an internship, so I won’t be in Utah for a few months. I’m already stressed about the change and am taking the time...

Snow Party Wins ASUU Election

(Photo Courtesy of Snow Party)

March 8, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] ASUU election results came with one final grievance Saturday afternoon. OTHER FEATURED STORY: U PROFESSOR PROMOTES SUSTAINABILITY AWARENESS Ambra Jackson and Anthony Fratto of the Snow Party won the presidential and vice presidential race, receiving almost two thirds of the votes. Th...

ASUU Elections Committee Hears More Party Grievances

(Photo by Chris Ayers)

March 4, 2015

[vc_row][vc_column][vc_column_text] Two complaints were filed against the Empower Party regarding finances and campaigning. The ASUU Elections Committee ruled on the grievances on Monday. MOST READ: BEATING THE "POOR COLLEGE STUDENT" STEREOTYPE Finance Grievance As of March 2, the Empower Party failed to...

From the Eyes of a Snowcat Operator

(Photo by Brent Uberty)

February 4, 2015

As the day goes by, skiers and snowboarders go for run after run, creating ruts and shaving off layers of snow. Yet every morning the trails are beautifully groomed with a fresh corduroy pattern, the runs are smooth, and there are no tracks. This is the magic of Park City Mountain Resort’s snowcat o...

How to Cure Powder-itis: The Backcountry Fix

(Photo by Jameson Clifton)

February 4, 2015

The first week of class this semester, I remember having a serious case of “powder flu,” which is a severe and chronic need to hit the slopes. And it was the worst I’d ever experienced. It seemed to be contagious. Ask any fellow alpine junkie — usually spotted wearing some form of ski or snowboard para...

Editor’s Note, December 2014/January 2015

(Photo by Conor Barry)

December 11, 2014

  December just might be the best month of the entire year. Fall Semester comes to an end, all the ski resorts open up, Old Man Winter makes sure it’s pouring snow, and we get to celebrate the holidays in style with ugly sweater parties and awkward family photos. Hopefully, you get the chance to take a break from dodging con...

Bryce Canyon: Dramatic Views and Winter Adventure

(Photo by Conor Barry)

December 11, 2014

  A forest of needle-shaped rock formations mixed with actual coniferous trees greets those approaching the Paunsaugunt Plateau in Bryce Canyon National Park. The park, which saw 1.3 million visitors last year, is well-known for having an exceptional concentration of sandstone structures. This makes the ...

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