Fulton Library staff test-run Sunday hours

The Fulton Library will be open on Sundays from 1-9 p.m. for a trial period starting Feb. 19 until June 30. The goal of the trail period is to determine if the traffic of students coming in to study on Sundays is large enough to support a permanent change. The library staff has been pushing […]

Kyle Reyes advocates diversity through stories

Kyle Reyes advocates diversity through stories

In mainstream culture, there is not much diversity in leadership, according to Kyle Reyes, assistant professor of secondary education at UVU. Reyes, who is also a special assistant to UVU president Matthew Holland, spoke about how the lack of diversity is due to traditional Western cultural expectations at the Diversity Lecture on leadership, race and […]

Mental Health Symposium focuses on sexuality

Mental Health Symposium focuses on sexuality

 Sexual identity and female desire Lovemaking begins the second the previous sexual encounter ends, according to Laura M. Brotherson, author and licensed marriage, family and sex therapist. Brotherson was one of the keynotes for this year’s Mental Health Symposium on human sexuality held in the Sorensen Center Feb. 3. Her presentation “Fuel for Female Desire […]

Deanna Geddes encourages women to express anger

Deanna Geddes encourages women to express anger

Anger is a form of pain and suffering rather than hostility, according to Deanna Geddes, associate professor of business at Temple University. Geddes led a presentation on understanding and appreciating anger as women and discussed the benefits of expressing constructive anger. The seminar was organized by the Woodbury School of Business and the Women’s Success […]

Panel on global cybersecurity urges education for protection

Young professionals need to be aware of the importance of cybersecurity, according to Ryan Vogel, director of National Security Studies at UVU. Vogel, who also serves as an assistant professor of law and national security, discussed UVU’s new master’s degree at a national cybersecurity expert panel in the Marc and Deborah Gallery Jan. 24.  The […]

National diversity & leadership convention brings Utah universities together

National diversity & leadership convention brings Utah universities together

Students from other universities in Utah and speakers engaged in critical discussions about identity, immigration, social justice and cultural-phobia Jan. 21 at the National Student Leadership Diversity Convention (NSLDC) in the Sorensen Center. For the first time, the NSLDC was organized by UVU’s Multicultural Student Services (MSS) along with Salt Lake Community College. NSLDC brought […]

Volunteer and Service Center opens conversation on BLM

Students and faculty address activism The Black Lives Matter Movement being a continuation of the Civil Rights Movement was the main focus of “Real Talk,” an open discussion event Jan.18 in the Sorensen Center. The event was organized by the Volunteer and Service Learning Center (VSLC) at the 23rd Annual Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration […]

UVU Green Club and Students for Choice advocate change

The political climate drives the Student for Choice Club and UVU Green Club to engage with the community. Both clubs were on display during Club Rush, a two-day event where UVU students set up a table to promote their clubs to the campus community Jan. 11-12. Students for Choice are sponsored through Planned Parenthood and […]