Jesse Ruins Parking

Jesse Ruins Parking

Welcome to UVU, best known for its open enrollment, high inclusivity, awesome education and lack of parking. Like many other higher education institutions, finding a parking stall is a sincere battleground. The only difference between UVU and other universities is that UVU boasts about being the highest enrolled college in the state. More people means […]

Student on the Street: Mid-term edition

Student on the Street: Mid-term edition

  Name: Allyson Christiansen Major: History Education Year: Junior “I never keep [New Years’ resolutions], so there’s no point [in making them] anyway. [The semester has] been going pretty good, I think. It’s hard to get to know people. I don’t live on campus, and I don’t live with people. I got married, so I […]

Jesse Ruins Utah’s Air

Jesse Ruins Utah’s Air

Utah is home to some of the most beautiful scenery, from tall mountains, to gorgeous hikes and lakes. The one thing, however, that Utah takes negative heat for is its poor air quality. The metro areas of Salt Lake City, Provo, Orem and Logan are registered as the sixth and seventh most unhealthy cities to […]

A call to arms: Why voting really matters

A call to arms: Why voting really matters

Since August, The Review has done a number of articles to see whom students were planning on voting for, if they were keeping up with the election and whether or not they were planning on voting. Unfortunately, most students were either unaware or uneducated with this election. So much, that most informed us that they […]

Jesse Ruins Concerts: How I snuck into Blink-182

Jesse Ruins Concerts: How I snuck into Blink-182

With all the political content we’ve had lately, I felt compelled to bring some light to this week’s issue, to reduce the endless stress of this election. Over the course of the semester, The Review has attempted (emphasizing the attempted) to cover a handful of concerts. These shows offer media passes for newspapers to take […]

Honor Code vs. Title IX: The BYU Showdown.

Honor Code vs. Title IX: The BYU Showdown.

Provo, Utah – Wednesday, October 26, 2016, BYU finally came to the realization that their Honor Code and Title IX regulations weren’t coming together when reporting any type of sexual assaults. This issue has caused BYU some serious scrutiny, as well as national attention. Up till Wednesday, students would fear to report any assault, for fear […]

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