A night at the ballet: The spectacular performance of Snow White

A night at the ballet: The spectacular performance of Snow White

Photos by Julie Ostler The Utah Regional Ballet opened their annual spring fairy tale ballet, Snow White, at the Covey Center for the Arts March 10. The Grimm Brothers tale was adapted by artistic director Jacqueline Colledge. The URB is a professional ballet company in residence with UVU. However, there are some dancers from out-of-state […]

Appreciation, tributes and politics dominate Grammys

By: Tommy Johnson | Contributor In downtown Los Angeles, artists brought talent, tears and protests to create a unique celebration of what 2016 had to offer. The night began with Adele performing her-well known hit Hello and was followed by a tumbling and humorous entrance by Late-Night host James Corden, who kept people laughing all […]

Blake Oakey: To the Editor

Blake Oakey: To the Editor

In February I wrote a Letter to the Editor about the elections and Phil Varney for which I would like to publicly apologize. In the midst of a heated political and interpersonal conflict between myself and Phil, I wrote a letter to the paper dissecting and critiquing one of his political stances. One of the […]

Letter: apply to be on UVUSA council

Letter: apply to be on UVUSA council

Dear UVU Students, Utah Valley University was named the largest university in the state this last year. With the number of students exceeding 33,000, we aren’t just the largest school, but we’re the best in a variety of ways. What many students don’t realize is just how fortunate we are in terms of involvement opportunities. […]

Utah’s largest job fair coming to Provo March 9

One hundred employers and 1,500 job seekers expected to attend the event at the Utah Valley Convention Center Provo, UT – Utah’s economy has been getting better and better, but there are still lots of people looking for a job – 49,600 people according to the January employment numbers. Tens of thousands more are looking […]

To the editor

To the editor

This elections season is my first at UVU, and my social media pages are being flooded. I identify as an African-American students. With all the attacks and brutality in the news, it’s difficult to have students at UVU, most notably the current Executive Vice President considers race to be part of the non-traditional students spectrum. […]

Letter to the Editor: thanks to UVU 100 scholars

Letter to the Editor: thanks to UVU 100 scholars

On May 1st, The Salt Lake Tribune published a letter signed by approximately 108 members of the faculty and staff of Utah Valley University. The letter, which can be found here, addresses President Holland’s recent participation in an amicus brief filed in the 10th circuit court, in opposition of gay marriage. Faculty and staff who […]

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