Woodbury Museum hosts a ‘Revolution’

If, as Ralph Waldo Emerson said in his Essays, “Every revolution was first a thought in one man’s mind,” then the new exhibit at the Woodbury Art Museum could inspire enough marches to inspire entire albums full of theme music. Now open, and running until Dec. 17, “Art Through the Cultural Revolution” features the art […]

Art and golf: an unbeatable combination

Peanut butter and chocolate. Strawberry and cheesecake. Glenn Beck and tears. But miniature golf and fine art?  If you had dared dream of such a combination and woke up unfulfilled at the thought of such a union’s absence, the good people at the 337 Project have made sure that eighteen holes of artist-designed putt-putt is […]

Come to the Touchstones opening social

Touchstones, UVU’s student-run literary journal, is now accepting submissions for its Fall 2010 volume. The journal, which is published at the end of both fall and winter semesters, features the fiction, creative non-fiction, poetry, drama and art of UVU students. While each issue is supervised by a creative writing faculty member, the journal is designed, […]

Ring in Ramadan with an on-campus iftar dinner

Ramadan, the Arabic name for the ninth month on the Islamic calender, is a religious observation for those of the Islam faith, wherein Muslims fast from eating, drinking and sexual activity during the daylight. The fast, which this year began on Aug. 11 and will continue through Sept. 10, is traditionally begun with the Ramadan […]

The Idiosyncrasies Of Uvu Campus

While our cross-town counterparts, BYU’s Cougars, have a lovely campus, we Wolverines have been graced with incredibly unique facilities.  While students at Utah’s other universities study on more “traditional” grounds, that’s just … well, it’s boring. Because UVU has grown so steadily since its establishment as Central Utah Vocational School in 1941, our campus is […]

New faculty members join new students at UVU

The upcoming fall semester will not only welcome new students to campus, but also new members of the faculty. Dr. Lisa Hall will be the newest professor in the theater department, Reed Criddle will be joining the music department and Dr. Nathan Gorelick will become a part of the English department.  All three have experienced […]

Electives are better than you think

One of UVU’s big philosophies is that of “engagement.”  You’ve surely seen the banners on campus, the billboards on the freeway and the sides of UTA buses saying so. While BYU’s student body is often noted for frequent engagement of a different sort (hardy har), what does UVU’s marketing presence actually mean? The UVU Engage […]

College Night at the Springville Art Museum brings culture to the masses

The Springville Museum of Art held its triannual College Night event on June 30. The event featured live music from The Yarrow, chips and handmade salsa from Rubio’s Fresh Mexican Grill and also included two mixed media artist discussions with Salt Lake City’s Trent Alvey and Riverton’s Tim Little. Meant to introduce the museum and […]

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