Five new master’s degrees approved by Board of Trustees

Five new master’s degrees approved by Board of Trustees

The addition of five new master’s degrees was approved by the Board of Trustees March 30. This will potentially bring the total number of graduate degrees offered by the university to eight. The proposed degrees are Master of Computer Science; Master of Public Service; Master of Social Work; Master of Accountancy; and Master of Science […]

Arts building approved by the legislature

Arts building approved by the legislature

At the conclusion of the 2016 legislative session the $32 million dollars needed for the arts building was approved by the legislature. UVU will receive money for the building over the next two years. Architectural plans will be completed this fall and the groundbreaking for the facility is projected to happen in November. “We believe […]

UVUSA debate takes Centre Stage

UVUSA debate takes Centre Stage

It was an hour of tension, drama and surprise, particularly for the candidates who were under fire from the moderators and the audience. The most shocking moment in the debate was when Jared Stirland, one of the four presidential candidates and the news editor for The Review, withdrew his name from the race. “I never […]

Tuition expected to increase 2.5-5.5 percent in 2016-17 school year

The annual Truth in Tuition hearing is a state requirement from the Utah System of Higher Education, and is an opportunity for students to give their input on any proposed raise in tuition. The hearing Feb. 17 with 10 students in attendance, most of whom were members of UVUSA, had low participation, a problem that plagues this meeting every year.

Tuition expected to increase 2.5-5.5 percent in 2016-17 school year

The annual Truth in Tuition hearing is a state requirement from the Utah System of Higher Education, and is an opportunity for students to give their input on any proposed raise in tuition. The hearing Feb. 17 with 10 students in attendance, most of whom were members of UVUSA, had low participation, a problem that […]

Police blotter

Police blotter

To report an incident to the UVU police department call, (801) 863-5555 Two-car collision Dec. 08- Police officers responded to a traffic accident in Parking Lot 3. No injuries were reported. The officer collected information from the drivers and filed a traffic accident report. Lost property Dec. 08- A wallet was reported missing. Information was […]

LDS handbook policy has real-life affect on students

When Kasey Johnson and her wife heard about the LDS handbook policy change they were stunned and began looking into whether or not it was a rumor or if the church had legitimately issued it. “When we found out that it had, the dialogue between us was surrounding the fact that we have three children […]

LDS handbook leak creates stir on social media

Carrie Laudie | Editor in Chief Policy changes for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints listed in Handbook 1, a resource used for lay clergy in the church, were leaked on Thursday, Nov. 5. The document was posted on the Facebook page of John Dehlin, a former member of the LDS church and creator […]

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