Army ROTC cadets dominate Bataan Memorial Death March

Army ROTC cadets dominate Bataan Memorial Death March

Chase Stilson earned first place honors for the third time at the 28th annual Bataan Memorial Death March in White Sands, New Mexico March 19. Cadets from Reserve Officer Training Corps programs around the country are invited to compete in the 26.2 mile race. Stilson was faster than 138 ROTC cadets who completed the race […]

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 […]

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 […]

Honor Code vs. Title IX: The BYU Showdown.

Honor Code vs. Title IX: The BYU Showdown.

Provo, Utah – Wednesday, October 26, 2016, BYU finally came to the realization that their Honor Code and Title IX regulations weren’t coming together when reporting any type of sexual assaults. This issue has caused BYU some serious scrutiny, as well as national attention. Up till Wednesday, students would fear to report any assault, for fear […]

Five new master’s degrees approved by Board of Trustees

Five new master’s degrees approved by Board of Trustees

The addition of five new master’s degrees was approved by the Board of Trustees March 30. This will potentially bring the total number of graduate degrees offered by the university to eight. The proposed degrees are Master of Computer Science; Master of Public Service; Master of Social Work; Master of Accountancy; and Master of Science […]

Arts building approved by the legislature

Arts building approved by the legislature

At the conclusion of the 2016 legislative session the $32 million dollars needed for the arts building was approved by the legislature. UVU will receive money for the building over the next two years. Architectural plans will be completed this fall and the groundbreaking for the facility is projected to happen in November. “We believe […]

Animal rights activists target UCCU circus

Animal rights activists target UCCU circus

Photo credit: Preston Yardley   Students from the Animal Allies club protested the Jordan World Circus last week saying they believe the circus animals are mistreated. As circus-goers arrived at the North entrance of the UCCU Center they were greeted by a line of protesters holding signs with slogans such as “Circuses Hurt Animals” and “Elephants […]