The Price of Beauty

“Jessica Simpson’s The Price of Beauty” debuted this season on VH1. The premise is the pop star and her friends travel the world in hopes of being enlightened on the lengths women from other countries will go for beauty. Simpson’s journey takes her to France, Rio de Janiero, Thailand and other locations. What could have […]

As Seen On TV

Alright, 2010 has been here for two whole months and only now is The V getting around to previewing things you should be looking forward to on TV this year. If you’ll excuse our tardiness, here are a few things that will come to fruition this blessed year. -“Lost” Series Finale, May 23 Lost has […]

Math goes tech

Ah, Math. The singular source of graduation frustration in so many of us. Luckily, in the technological age we live in, the internet can save us from failing math multiple times (hopefully). Two seniors studying digital media, Rob Steffen and Josh Benson, have launched as their senior project a podcast of Professor Ben Moulton’s Intermediate […]

The State of the University

The State of the University

Dear students, The State of the University address will be delivered this Thrusday at 2 p.m. in the Ragan Theater.  Although this address may seem like a formality, this speech discusses issues facing our school and student body. More specifically, it aids in understanding the myriad reasons the school functions as it does. Maybe because […]

Low-maintenance Valentine’s Day

You may have planned to go to the ever-so elegant (not) Olive Garden with your sweetheart for Valentine’s Day, but as the Mayans would have it, the holiday falls on a Sunday. Your plans are dashed because your love will be oh-so disappointed if you decide to break the Sabbath just to schmooze over each […]

GRE see sweeping changes

The Graduate Record Exam will undergo significant changes for 2011 test takers. The test required for most students to enter a graduate program has historically been two parts, a quantitative math section and a verbal section which tests a student’s vocabulary, reading comprehension and logic. Former test takers may recall doing practice sections for Educational […]

Explore opportunities of higher ed.

Explore opportunities of higher ed.

Last week, a group of seven prospective Goshute students visited campus as part of an effort by Children First Utah, a non-profit charitable organization, to encourage these students to graduate high school and explore academic opportunities as multicultural students at Utah colleges. Although on the rise since 2005, according to the National Center of Education […]

The flu and you

The flu and you

University takes precautions for impending flu season Sniffles and coughs are getting more attention this flu season than those in past years, as the H1N1 virus becomes a household name. With flu season’s arrival and with the high percentage of swine flu outbreaks, precautions are being made by the University to keep students and campus […]

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