Earning a college degree requires the devotion of time and effort. It also requires something less readily available to college students: money, a lot of money.
This year marks the 25th anniversary of Operation Smile, a worldwide, non-profit organization dedicated to the surgical correction of childhood facial deformities.
The growing number of multi-cultural individuals throughout Utah, many of which speak English as a second language, has resulted in a clash of languages and in some cases ideologies.
Cool. Confident. Credible. These principles were selected by the University Image Committee to guide the creation of the new UVU image.
Through the years, social acceptance of homosexuality and homosexual culture has shifted. Although it has existed throughout history, homosexuality is largely a newly emerging debate across the world. On Nov. 7, a gender studies forum titled "Making Sex Invisible," was held in LA 223 at 4 p.m. The event focused on the current and prior […]
The UVSC department of history will host Elizabeth Clement as part of their monthly lecture series "Turning Points in History," on Nov. 12 at 7 p.m. in LA 101. Clement’s lecture, entitled "Straights, Gays, and Everybody Else: Does Sexuality Have a History?," will be free and open to the public. "Sexuality does have a history," […]
UVSC’s recent Halloween dance on Friday, Oct. 26 was co-sponsored by ASUVSC and the Operation Smile club. The club received a cut of the event’s proceeds and raised an additional $60.40 from individual donations during the dance.The money collected will be directly donated to Operation Smile.
On Monday, Oct. 15, Utah’s state quarter was unveiled to the public, at the US Mint in Denver. The quarter commemorates the completion of the first transcontinental railroad at Promontory, Utah on May 10, 1869. On the back, two locomotives face each other separated by a spike. The words "Crossroads of the West" stretch above […]