Wellness fair raises health concerns: Is the university doing enough to provide healthy food options?

Wellness fair raises health concerns: Is the university doing enough to provide healthy food options?

Is the university doing enough to provide healthy food options? UVU wellness programs organized a health fair to provide students with information about the need for exercise, healthy eating habits, regular cancer screenings and the dangers of vaping in the Science Building Atrium March 8-9. Berkley Alvey, a senior in community health, discussed the risks […]

Baseball: Wolverines come up empty in Washington

Baseball: Wolverines come up empty in Washington

Photo by Brigham Berthold PULLMAN, Wash. – UVU baseball was swept by Washington State. The Cougars dominated throughout the weekend to continue the losing streak for the Wolverines. Friday Jackson Cofer was able to take the mound for the Wolverines. UVU opened up the scoring in the first inning with two runs from Jackson Overlund and Nick Simmons, […]

The Vagina Monologues raises money to support sexual assault victims

The Vagina Monologues raises money to support sexual assault victims

The Students for Choice Club presented The Vagina Monologues with three performances Feb. 23-25 at the Fulton Library. Each monologue was acted out by one of 20 female cast members, the youngest being an eight-year-old girl. The monologues themselves were as distinct as the women who portrayed them, ranging from light and comedic jokes about […]

Dance department benefits from on-campus physical therapy

Dance department benefits from on-campus physical therapy

By offering physical therapy on campus, the UVU dance department is taking active steps to protect their students. Dancers receive classes in both conditioning and kinesiology, the academic study of body mechanics and movements. According to Amy Markgraf-Jacobson, associate professor of modern dance, most dancers rely on a trial and error system of self-care for […]

Tito Momen stresses the importance of religious freedom

Tito Momen stresses the importance of religious freedom

Religious persecution affects two-thirds of the world, according to Tito Momen, UVU alumnus and author of “My Name Used to Be Mohammed.” UVUSA collaborated with the Interfaith Student Council (ISC), for its monthly Pizza and Politics event in the Ragan Theater Feb. 28 on the shifting landscape of religious diversity and the need for interfaith […]

Allocating student fees, diversity headline elections debate

Allocating student fees, diversity headline elections debate

Expenses, travel key subjects in discussion A week before elections, 2017-18 student body officer candidates gathered at Centre Stage March 1 to debate — the main issue being the allocation of student fees. Student body president of UVUSA Birch Eve, and students Danny Davis and Carrie Chappell were moderators at the debate. Candidates running for […]

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