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The University of Utah marching band performs during the San Diego County Credit Union Holiday Bowl at SDCCU Stadium in San Diego, CA on Dec. 31, 2018.

The Marching Utes: A ‘Fun Uncle’ Family at the U

By Zach Anderson, Arts Writer March 10, 2023

  At every event, there is always an unsung hero — the stage crew in a rap concert, the lighting team in a play's production and, in this case, the marching band at every pep rally. Though many people...

(Design by Storey McDonald | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Mendenhall: Support Students Experiencing Burnout

By Addison Mendenhall July 19, 2022

  College students are prone to burnout, excessive stress and lack of motivation. As a result, students are tired and drained, which leads to not prioritizing schoolwork or academics. It becomes...

Presidents circle at the University of Utah Monday September 14, 2015. (Chronicle Archives)

Keeping the Student Voice: Student Involvement in the Tenure Process

By Katelyn Collett May 22, 2019

    No time to read? Check out this story’s episode of the Floodlights podcast. University of Utah officials recently changed students' role in decisions about retention, promotion...

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