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The Daily Utah Chronicle

The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle

The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

The Daily Utah Chronicle

Johnson, Utes pick up MWC awards

By By Tony Pizza, Sports Editor December 4, 2008

By Tony Pizza, Sports EditorEleven days after completing its second perfect regular season in five years, the Utah football team started raking in the benefits.Quarterback Brian Johnson was named Mountain...

One world, one concert

By By Chase Straight, Red Pulse Writer December 4, 2008

By Chase Straight, Red Pulse WriterHipsters around the U are rejoicing after it was announced that Band of Annuals was to headline the Presenter's Office's latest musical offering, the One World Concert....

Obama?s candidacy big step for America

By By Steven Warrick October 8, 2008

By Steven WarrickThe best way to increase the participation of women and minorities in the political process is emphasizing unity rather than diversity. Probably the most interesting aspect of the 2008...

Grad student creates interactive election poll

By By Lana Groves, Asst. News Editor October 8, 2008

By Lana Groves, Asst. News EditorWith the 2008 presidential election approaching, a U doctoral student specializing in computer science has designed a more interactive poll result viewer analyzing how...

Red Herring: Whoville struggling with post-war existentialism

By By Orion Archibald December 7, 2007

By Orion ArchibaldFifty years after world-famous journalist and author Theodore Seuss traveled to Whoville to report firsthand the story of the thieving Grinch, much has changed in that sleepy town in...

The Drop: Chronicle’s guide for the music store

December 7, 2007

Various ArtistsFred Claus: Music from the Motion PictureWarner Brothers RecordsFour out of five starsWhile the Vince Vaughn-helmed holiday flick "Fred Claus" discovered coal in its critic-stocked stocking...

Jazz stomp Lakers

By By Jason Peterson December 3, 2007

By Jason PetersonAt the height of the Persian empire, its army overwhelmed opponents by sheer numbers. The elite Persian soldiers were known as Immortals because when one fell, another simply took his...

Utah smelling poinsettias

By By Cody Brunner December 3, 2007

By Cody BrunnerLast season, the Utah football team lost to rival BYU but redeemed itself in the Armed Forces Bowl with a win over Tulsa. This season, it will get that same chance for redemption.The Utes...

Cartoon: Yoda causes a divorce…

December 3, 2007

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Campus Voice: Give the gift of service

By By Sabrina King December 3, 2007

By Sabrina KingCommunity service means a lot to college students more now than ever, with the majority of graduate schools and scholarships requiring evidence of some kind of dedication to others. But,...