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The Daily Utah Chronicle Opinion writer Theadora Soter.
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Soter: Share Your Mental Health Story

By Theadora Soter, Multimedia Managing Editor September 28, 2021

  Content Warning: This article discusses issues and experiences related to Obsessive-Compulsive Disorder. Reader discretion is advised. I remember speaking on a panel about mental...

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Alexander & Brown: The U Must Plan Better For Future Crises

By CJ Alexander and Jackson Brown July 1, 2021

  We’ve heard a lot about the impact of the coronavirus pandemic on students, ranging from academic hardships to negative health effects and the decline of social interaction. But university...

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Poma: Let K-12 Students Have “Mental Health Days”

By Sasha Poma, Assistant Opinion Editor February 17, 2021

  Mental health challenges have reached the point of becoming a public health crisis — especially since the COVID-19 pandemic began. Concern about K-12 children’s mental and emotional wellbeing...

Students at the University of Utah are following the COVID-19 guidelines by wearing masks while working on campus. (Photo by Abu Asib | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Kincart: COVID-19 Doesn’t Excuse Being Uninvolved

By Sydney Kincart, Print Chief, Opinion Writer November 16, 2020

  As we approach the end of a stressful semester, it’s important for students to find a community on campus. And it’s even more important during the pandemic. Despite the COVID-19 pandemic,...

People cast their votes during the Midterm Elections 2018 at the Salt Lake County Building in Salt Lake City, UT on Tuesday October 23, 2018.

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Kincart: Prioritize Students on Election Day

By Sydney Kincart, Print Chief, Opinion Writer October 27, 2020

  In mid-October, the ASUU Academic Senate passed a resolution to make Nov. 3, Election Day, an asynchronous learning day with no work due on the 3rd or 4th. They also passed a second resolution...

A ticket to the vice presidential debate on Oct. 7, 2020 in Kingsbury Hall in Salt Lake City.

Behind the Scenes of the VP Debate with Student Viewers, Volunteers

By Alexis Perno, Jack O’Leary , and Natalie Colby October 9, 2020

    60 University of Utah students, randomly drawn from a pool of 300 students chosen earlier in another random drawing, witnessed the debate live between Senator Kamala Harris and Vice...

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Campus Resources You Can Get Wherever You Are

This article is sponsored by Adobe. Fall 2020 will be unlike any other semester. Face masks have become the accessory of the season, classes have adopted an entirely new structure, all Pac-12 sports have...

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UAC Deals With COVID-19

By Kayleigh Silverstein, Special Projects Managing Editor, News Writer April 7, 2020

  At first, the University of Utah sent out two emails notifying students about how to protect themselves from the Coronavirus (COVID-19), how to prevent the spread of the virus and also a recommendation...

Artist of the Week: From the Page to the Stage, DiNucci Writes, Produces and Directs Her Own Play

Artist of the Week: From the Page to the Stage, DiNucci Writes, Produces and Directs Her Own Play

By Kate Button, Arts Writer, Copy Editor February 7, 2020

  Jillian DiNucci, a sophomore at the University of Utah and student in the Actor Training Program, has now written and produced her own play. Originally hailing from Boise, Idaho, she first got...

Novel Writing and Getting Published: Goudsmits Path to Authorship

Novel Writing and Getting Published: Goudsmit’s Path to Authorship

By Hannah Keating, Arts Editor November 13, 2019

When you pose the question "What makes an artist?" you are bound to get a wide range of answers, depending on who you ask. For those like author Nicholas Goudsmit, the answers is simple. Passion, dedication...