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The University of Utah's Independent Student Voice

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The Daily Utah Chronicle

New York Fashion Week Runway Looks to Social Media Trends

New York Fashion Week Runway Looks to Social Media Trends

By India Bown, Arts Writer February 26, 2022

New York Fashion Week 2022 brings on the looks of the season with a twist, incorporating more influencers, young designers, and sparking inspiration among students on campus. This year ran from Feb....

Snowfall at the downtown Salt Lake City on a Christmas night on Dec. 25, 2018 (Photo by Abu Asib | The Daily Utah Chronicle)

Understanding Seasonal Depression as it Looms throughout Winter Months

By Isaac Dunaway, News Writer January 30, 2022

  As the winter continues, correlated mental health issues are always something to stay aware of. Seasonal affective disorder, more commonly known as seasonal depression, is a form of depression...

Winter Farmers Market: The Gateway

Winter Farmers Market: The Gateway

By India Bown, Arts Writer January 23, 2022

In the heart of Salt Lake City, the downtown area is home to some amazing shopping, entertainment and food that will give you a taste of what the city has to offer.  The Gateway is a prime example...

(Photo by: Justin Prather | The Daily Utah Chronicle).

Inversion Season Fashion: Patterned Pollution Masks Give Options

By Alaikia Marielle January 17, 2019

  Salt Lake City natives are no stranger to the temperature inversion which occurs every winter and increases particulate pollution in the valley to sometimes dangerous levels. For those who are...

The Chronicle Playlist: Winter Chill

The Chronicle Playlist: Winter Chill

By Alaikia Marielle November 16, 2018

  https://open.spotify.com/playlist/5ISbQGGuLztzLxlN7gmWdt?si=bWhfhP_uRZq6wWv9GtCeoA Holiday music isn’t for everyone. Jingle bells and the infinite versions of the same songs over and over...

Games Worth Playing: The Long Dark

Games Worth Playing: “The Long Dark”

By Marshall Falkner April 13, 2018

The snow crunches against your feet, the winter wind chills you to the bone. A wolf howls in the distance. Forage for food, keep warm and find out what happened to this Great Bear and the rest of the...

Barber: Moab Madness Everyone Should Experience

Barber: Moab Madness Everyone Should Experience

By Shaelyn Barber January 15, 2018

The minute I poked my head through the flaps of the old spring bar tent I knew it was worth it. Red-orange dirt glistened with frost. Sagebrush, juniper and yucca plants defied the snowy landscape with...

Barber: Resist a Capitalist Christmas

Barber: Resist a Capitalist Christmas

By Shaelyn Barber December 13, 2017

Beginning in early fall, signs of holiday cheer appear in stores. At first, it’s only a small section in the middle selling Christmas essentials, but before long they are increasingly pervasive. Before...

Barber: Family Time Isnt Always Fun Time

Barber: Family Time Isn’t Always Fun Time

By Shaelyn Barber December 8, 2017

A grueling week of finals lies ahead, but after this last fight of the semester we will finally be free for the winter break. But just beyond the looming tests, daunting essays and massive projects, three...

Barber: Nine Ways to Cut Down on Food Waste This Holiday Season

Barber: Nine Ways to Cut Down on Food Waste This Holiday Season

By Shaelyn Barber November 17, 2017

The holidays are a time of family gathering, festivities and satisfying feasts. Everyone gets excited about holiday meals, looking forward to things like heaping mashed potatoes, juicy turkey, tangy cranberry...