Baseball: Cofer throws a gem, Wolverines beat CSU 4-1

Baseball: Cofer throws a gem, Wolverines beat CSU 4-1

Photo by Devan Bennett OREM — Jackson Cofer pitched 7 2/3 innings of one-run ball and UVU beat Chicago State University 4-1 Friday evening at Brent Brown Ballpark. The bases were loaded in the bottom of the seventh inning for Jackson Overlund who singled to knock in Justin Erlandson and tie the game at one […]

Police blotter

Police blotter

Car Theft An officer responded to a call of a car theft that had occurred in lot L1. After speaking with the complainant, they discovered that they had actually parked the car near the library and not lot L1. Fraud A woman told police that someone had used her debit card again without her permission. […]

Putin, cybersecurity analyzed by White and Jorgenson

Putin, cybersecurity analyzed by White and Jorgenson

Russia has incorporated modern technology to more effectively promote their influence and spread misinformation, according to Robert Jorgensen, director of UVU’s cybersecurity program. Jorgensen along with Frederick White, associate vice president of engaged learning, analyzed Russian President Vladimir Putin and cybersecurity at a UVUSA-sponsored Pizza and Politics, April 11, at the Ragan Theater. White focused […]

Cadets participate in state’s largest ROTC field exercise

Cadets participate in state’s largest ROTC field exercise

The threat of rain hovered just above the bone-dry landscape as hundreds of students worked to perfect tactical leadership. Berated by gusts of sand-filled wind and the evaluations of senior instructors, each student felt pressure to perform. Six of Utah’s Reserve Officer Training Corps programs coordinate the training of 264 cadets at the FARM shooting […]

LGBTQ panelists intersect identity and Mormonism

LGBTQ panelists intersect identity and Mormonism

Spectrum and Interfaith Club address sexuality, gender and religion UVU club Spectrum: Queer Student Alliance and UVU’s Interfaith Student Council presented at their final forum of this semester about faith and how it affects LGBTQ communities in the Classroom Building April 12. Six diverse panelists talked about how they identify religiously, as well as their […]

Pro climber pushes envelope

Pro climber pushes envelope

To most people, climbing and skiing down Mount Everest is a risk people deem too dangerous. For Jimmy Chin, editorial photographer and professional climber, it’s like walking down a sidewalk. Chin spoke at UVUSA’s Speaker Series Event April 13, in the packed Grande Ballroom. The Minnesota native, grew up with Chinese parents who wanted him […]

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