Student body candidate interviews coming soon.
Photos by Mykah Heaton Anything that causes psychological damage is torture, according to Michael Goode, assistant professor of the department of history and political science. Four UVU professors presented differing opinions on detention and torture during an hour-long panel discussion Feb. 14 at Centre Stage. Jenna Nigro, history professor, asked the panel if there was […]
In mainstream culture, there is not much diversity in leadership, according to Kyle Reyes, assistant professor of secondary education at UVU. Reyes, who is also a special assistant to UVU president Matthew Holland, spoke about how the lack of diversity is due to traditional Western cultural expectations at the Diversity Lecture on leadership, race and […]
Photo by Julie Ostler Students, faculty members and employees deemed non-compliant when UVU’s Title IX training received an email informing them of required sexual misconduct training Jan. 31. The training is mandatory for compliance with numerous federal, university and boards of regent policies. The email provided information on how to register for the training. All […]
Sexual identity and female desire Lovemaking begins the second the previous sexual encounter ends, according to Laura M. Brotherson, author and licensed marriage, family and sex therapist. Brotherson was one of the keynotes for this year’s Mental Health Symposium on human sexuality held in the Sorensen Center Feb. 3. Her presentation “Fuel for Female Desire […]
Candidates running for UVU Student Association leadership positions for the 2017-2018 school year introduced themselves and their platforms in a small conference Feb. 8 in the Student Life and Wellness Center. The positions they are running for include: student body president, executive vice president, vice president of academic senate and vice president of student activities. […]
We are the future of higher education, according to president of UVU Matthew Holland, at the State of the University address Feb. 8. As the legislative session is underway, Holland’s first legislative priority is to push for a 3 percent merit-based compensation adjustment for UVU employees. This increased funding will give the university $4.6 million. […]
Chaotic music fills the air as the musicians prepare their instruments for the symphony. The Ragan Theatre is filling up as parents, students and supporters prepare for the musical spectacle. Finally, the conductor enters the stage followed by a round of applause. The lights dim as the UVU Symphony Orchestra begins Concerto Night Feb. 11. […]