Author: Laura Fox

Ten musts after graduation

The time has come. You’re finally graduating. We have all heard the looming questions from family and friends: What now? Here is a list for those who aren’t sure what to do following graduation.   1. Follow your passion. If you love cooking, try taking summer classes or get on with the Salt Lake Culinary Center. They offer many classes throughout each month, ranging from bread making to cooking fish. If you don’t want to drive all the way up to Salt Lake, there’s another option. Living Social has many deals on not only cooking classes but also other...

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UVU Review Photo department

The UVU review photo department talks about what it’s like being a photographer for the UVU Review, things we learned, and how to get the best shot for the stories we write.

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Students in need find reprieve

Photo credit: Laura Fox College students are notorious for living the “college life,” which may include eating nothing but Ramen noodles and peanut butter sandwiches for weeks, and using the free condiments on campus to make those items a bit more palatable. Some students may even experience a “food desert,” which is a geographical area where affordable and healthy food is difficult to obtain, including fresh green vegetables and grains. Particularly for those without access to a car or bike, food deserts also exist in rural areas and low-income communities. But it may also exist in your cupboards and...

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Flappy bird goes south…permanently

The once popular app known as ‘Flappy Bird’ is no longer available for download on smart phones and tablets. The object of the game was to navigate an 8-bit bird by tapping the screen through a maze of green pipes, earning one point per pipe passed. To the player’s lament, the bird seems to be very heavy as the developer ignores the laws of physics because the second your finger stops ‘flapping,’ the bird plummets into the pipes or the ground. This frustration may have contributed to the popularity of the game, as players soon found themselves addicted. The...

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UVU Culinary Art Institute serves up success

Every culinary professor at the off-campus culinary institute is a Certified Master Chef. With a little help and a lot of practice, all culinary students are able to utilize their professor’s priceless knowledge in hopes that they too will become a culinary master. On any day, if you were to casually walk into the culinary school, you would see students dressed in the typical white chef jackets with the buttons down the front, bustling around the kitchen chopping, stirring and delicately slicing fruit into shapes and arranging them on a platter better than any florist. All students look driven...

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