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University of Utah senior running back Zack Moss (2) rushes with the ball after taking a handoff from University of Utah senior quarterback Tyler Huntley (1) in an NCAA Football game vs. UCLA at Rice-Eccles Stadium in Salt Lake City, UT on Saturday November 16, 2019.(Photo by Curtis Lin | Daily Utah Chronicle)

Zack Moss: Quiet Confidence

By Brayden Ramsay, Sports Writer November 22, 2019

  You know him as an NFL-caliber football player, maybe even as a Utah Football all-time record holder, or quite possibly as that running back that you’re glad you never have to line up against....

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith during the TeamSmile event. Photo courtesy of The Kansas City Chiefs.

Alex Smith will draw on experience in commencement speech

May 1, 2014

As he stepped up to the podium, you could tell Alex Smith was and always will be a Ute. The Utah graduate and current starting quarterback for the Kansas City Chiefs was humble from the beginning - something...

Bitter disappointment

By By Bryan Chouinard , Asst. Sports Editor November 30, 2009

By Bryan Chouinard , Asst. Sports EditorThe 91st installment of the Holy War lived up to expectations Saturday night when8212;for the second time in five years8212;60 minutes of play could not determine...

Former U scientist wins Nobel

By By Rita Totten October 8, 2009

By Rita TottenFormer U biochemist Venkatraman "Venki" Ramakrishnan was one of three scientists awarded the 2009 Nobel Prize for chemistry for his work with ribosomes8212;which began on campus.Ramakrishnan...

Burned car victim was U student

By By Michael McFall, Staff Writer April 13, 2009

By Michael McFall, Staff WriterDNA testing confirmed that the body Washington County Sheriff's deputies found in a torched car near Zion National Park on April 2 is Zach Ruble, a freshman in bioengineering...

Memorial event focuses on Kristallnacht

By By Jenna Miller, Staff Writer April 13, 2009

By Jenna Miller, Staff WriterThe U will observe its 25th annual Days of Remembrance this week in honor of the people who died during the Holocaust.The Days of Remembrance committee picked "Kristallnacht"...

Fans should save boos for the right moment

By By Marco Villano January 26, 2009

By Marco VillanoA couple of years ago, Stuart Scott of ESPN made a New Year's resolution for sports fans worldwide8212;a resolution to stop booing opposing teams at sporting events. When I heard that statement,...

Partisanship shouldn’t stall democracy

By By Aaron Zundel January 26, 2009

By Aaron ZundelOn Jan 20, 2001, George W. Bush was sworn into office as the 43rd president of the United States. But the occasion was not welcomed by many Americans. Throughout the fanfare of the inauguration,...

Online texts a better option

By By Eric Evans January 26, 2009

By Eric EvansI accept that textbooks are heavy, can be used only once before they're outdated, and that I need to lock up all of my belongings before entering the University Campus Bookstore. But when...

Virginity sale is a reflection of lost values

By By Liz Carlston January 26, 2009

By Liz CarlstonNatalie Dylan is a 22-year-old entrepreneur from California who is trying to raise money to pay for graduate school. Her business idea is all over the Internet. So far, she has a $3.7 million...