UVU alumnus reaches out to student activists

UVU alumnus reaches out to student activists

Political science alumnus Carl Moore, wants to reach out to UVU students who are interested in activism. “We need to do stuff in Utah County. I think that there’s people there, I think that it’s mostly youth and college students that are going to be the ones coming out, because it’s such a conservative area,” […]

International Student Council celebrates International Women’s Day

International Student Council celebrates International Women’s Day

The International Student Council, ISC, celebrated International Women’s Day by highlighting women and European culture March 4 at Centre Stage. The keynote speaker for the night, Leah Gunderson, an accounting professor, discussed the role of women in today’s society. As a mother and a career woman, Gunderson told the crowd that everyone is special regardless […]

Honors students react to 13th documentary

Honors students react to 13th documentary

In front of a full auditorium of Honors students, Madison Hanks, psychology major and president of the Black Student Union, asked the audience after they had finished watching 13th, if they thought that the documentary was biased. Their answers ranged from saying the documentary was an unfair portrayal of police officers, to others calling it […]

UVUSA outsider elected student body president

UVUSA outsider elected student body president

In an unexpected turn of events, Rob Smith will be 2017-18 student body president of UVUSA, defeating the pattern of traditional students who have won past elections. Smith will oversee the allocation of the estimated millions in student fees and become a voting member for the UVU Board of Trustees for the 2017-18 school year. […]

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 […]

Men and women are trading places says Rosin

Men and women are trading places says Rosin

Hanna Rosin speaks on the end of men The 2016 presidential election became centered around the topic of masculinity, according to Hanna Rosin, co-host of NPR podcast Invisibilia and author of “The End of Men: And the Rise of Women.” Rosin talked about the increase of women in the U.S. workforce March 1 in the […]

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