Jesse Ruins Utah’s Air

Jesse Ruins Utah’s Air

Utah is home to some of the most beautiful scenery, from tall mountains, to gorgeous hikes and lakes. The one thing, however, that Utah takes negative heat for is its poor air quality. The metro areas of Salt Lake City, Provo, Orem and Logan are registered as the sixth and seventh most unhealthy cities to […]

A decade of grit: How Greg Williams built UVU wrestling

A decade of grit: How Greg Williams built UVU wrestling

Photos by Brigham Berthold OREM—The UVU wrestling room is a well-hidden but distinct location on campus. Forest green and canary yellow mats cover the wide floor beneath a low ceiling. Infrequently spaced windows and dark walls punctuate a feeling of closeness as the scent of years of sweat and effort fill your nose. Wrestlers practice […]

Safe Zone, the First Amendment, and going to college

Safe Zone, the First Amendment, and going to college

According to the Safe Zone Project, the definition of a safe zone is: “a term used to refer to LGBTQIA awareness workshops…Displaying “Safe Zone” stickers can help an organization communicate to others a commitment to creating LGBTQ-inclusive environments.” In order for it to be a safe zone, according to the Safe Zone Project, that person […]

Men’s basketball drops close game late

Men’s basketball drops close game late

Photo by Mykah Heaton OREM—The UVU men’s basketball team lost a nail biter to New Mexico State University 74-69 Saturday night in the UCCU Events Center. The Wolverines led for nearly three quarters of the game but went cold in the crunch time minutes. NMSU’s Eli Chuha had an outstanding game, scoring 19 points on […]

Growing parking & traffic problems

Growing parking & traffic problems

Parking enforcement blocked entrance to the parking garage, permitting traffic to only those exiting the structure Jan. 12 at 11 a.m. With 456 stalls, the five-story parking structure, located east of the SLWC, is a popular option for both UVU students and visitors. Campus is always busy early in the spring semester, but inclement weather […]

Air Force ROTC prepared to move headquarters away from BYU

Air Force ROTC prepared to move headquarters away from BYU

All signs point to UVU © According to Air Force Col. Timothy Hogan, current Commander of BYU’s Air Force ROTC, the secretary of defense is reviewing policy on universities that have preconditions for employment, such as BYU’s Honor Code. A high-level source within the department of defense confirmed the information. BYU has been the home […]

How to improve time management skills

How to improve time management skills

Classes are in full swing, and time is spread thin between practice, clubs and volunteering. This makes it difficult to fit in time for studying or relaxing, which increases stress and creates room for errors like forgetting assignments or appointments. But, worry not! Here are some tips on how to improve time management skills to […]

The Rotisserie

The Rotisserie

The Rotisserie, located on the first floor of the classroom building, brings a classy, sit-down Italian restaurant experience to any average day on campus. Serving an array of pizza kinds, The Rotisserie is famously known for it’s flatbread around campus. Many students have raved about the flatbread. According to Tiffany Park, a sophomore early childhood […]

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