Resources on campus help students succeed

At UVU’s Women’s Resource Center, advocacy is the central philosophy. Peggy Pasin, coordinator at the WRC, directs and assists both women and men struggling to fully evaluate their options financially, academically and personally. “I schedule a one-to-one interview and discuss any concerns with the client,” Pasin said. “The WRC helps the client think through options […]

Thanksgiving Point Tulip Festival 2010

Thanksgiving Point Gardens welcomes spring 2010 with its annual Tulip Festival, which will be featuring more than 250,000 tulips in 100 unique varieties spread over 55 acres. Tulips and daffodils will be the main beauties on display, with other early spring flowers in 15 differently-themed areas redesigned just this year. These beautiful floral displays can […]

Curing “ShakesFeare”

Many teachers and students find Shakespeare intimidating to read and discuss because much of the content seems foreign and unrelated to teens, college students and teachers. But in discovering Shakespeare, teachers and students learn that human nature hasn’t changed much since the 1500s. Shakespeare’s work remains relevant to our society. Recently, the relevance and accessibility […]

Speaker helps students look outside the box to find success

Brandon R. Fugal spoke to students Feb. 25 at the Reed and Christine Halladay Executive Lecture about some of the key turning points in his successful career. Fugal, a young Executive Vice President of Coldwell Banker Commercial, is also UVU alumnus. He graduated with a Business degree in 1994 and is now recognized as one […]

Award winning film maker screens newest film

The Utah Valley University religious studies program welcomed filmmaker Helen Whitney for a screening of her newest film “Forgiveness: A Time to Love and a Time to Hate” on Feb. 11, followed by a question and answer portion. On Friday, Feb. 12, a panel discussion took place in the UVU Library on Whitney’s groundbreaking documentary […]