Students to run live sound for concert in Provo

Students in the Live Sound Reinforcement course offered by the Digital Dedia department will be putting their skills to the test this week when they run the sound for a concert at the Covey Center for the Arts in Provo. The students will set up a professional sound system and mix a full set by […]

Audio Students Engage in Film Soundtrack Project

Digital media students in Studio Recording II are getting some real-world experience while recording the music for an upcoming comedy western movie. The class, taught by Associate Professor Mike Wisland, is recording a 5-piece band, a choir and a grand piano with vocals. The students’ hard work will eventually become the soundtrack for the film […]

Students take home top honors at national home builders show

A team of construction technology students were pleasantly surprised last month when they were presented with the first place trophy at the National Association of Home Builders’ annual Residential Construction Management Competition in Las Vegas. Alex Evans, Amy Carter, Lisa Seacrest, Peter Geilman and Steven Cooper, all second-year UVU construction technology students, comprised the award […]

Students take on leadership roles with wolverine public relations firm

UVU’s student-run public relations firm has announced its spring 2010 account executives and officers. Alisa Perry was named the Wolverine PR Firm president, Marianna Henry will serve as vice president of external affairs, and vice president of internal affairs will be Steven Anderson. “I was excited [to be named an officer],” said Henry. “A little […]

The lesser-known night parking pass

“The what?” “Never heard of it.” “I didn’t know that even existed.” The night parking pass is largely unknown to the UVU student body, but it could be a substantial benefit to those attending classes in the evening. The night parking pass costs $25 per year, not semester, and allows students to park in any […]

Deadline approaches for stimulus checks

Did you get your economic stimulus check this year? If you did not, but you thought you were entitled to one, it may have been returned to the Internal Revenue Service because of an incorrect address. There have been 279,000 checks, totaling $163 million, that were “returned to sender” due to bad addresses.

Trans-Siberian Orchestra hits the E-Center

The rock orchestra group Trans-Siberian Orchestra will play at the E-Center this Wednesday in West Valley. It will be their fourth year in a row performing in Utah. The concert will help spark excitement for the upcoming holiday season with the group’s popular renditions of traditional Christmas songs.

King of the Hill canceled

Fox Television has announced that King of the Hill, now in its thirteenth season, will air its final episodes next year. The network says that the two-time Emmy award-winning program’s demise has been a long time coming. “It’s probably time (for Fox to make a decision),” Gary Newman, co-chairman of 20th Century Fox TV, said in an interview with TVWEEK earlier this month.