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Survey shows sexual misconduct more common than Clery Report suggests

According to this year’s Campus Climate Survey, 82 of those who completed the survey, or 17 percent, reported experiencing sexual misconduct on campus. Of the more than 600 survey respondents, 121 — including the 82 previously mentioned — reported experiencing sexual...
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Grassroots: passionate people with community mindset

Having people with the right mindset is fundamental to grassroots movements, according to a Pizza and Politics panel discussion held in the Ragan Theatre on Oct. 10. Panelists spoke about the importance of having an issue-focused movement, and making sure that the...
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Former CIA and NSA director critiques President Trump’s presidency

Photo by Gabi Campbell Previous director of the CIA, NSA and retired four-star general, General Michael Hayden shared his criticisms of President Trump and anxieties for the future in the Classroom Building lecture hall Oct. 11. “I do fear we are flying by and may end...
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Student headcount reaches over 37,000

UVU remains the largest public university in Utah for the third consecutive year, according to data released by the Utah System of Higher Education Oct. 11. The total headcount for this fall semester reached 37,282 students with 25,037 full-time students. The...
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Sexual assault proves to be an issue even in happy valley

Photo by Sammie Jo Raymond With 2015 studies showing the amount of reported rapes in Utah exceeding the national average, a group of UVU students and faculty members met together to discuss the prevalence of sexual assault in Utah Oct. 11 in the Sorensen Center. The...
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Representatives dismiss UVU students’ requests for mental health funding

Emails were quickly rejected from students participating in UVolunteer Week’s “Write your Rep” event which encouraged them to write their state representatives to request more funding for Mental Health Service Sept. 28. A prewritten email was provided by the Service...
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Women’s panel draws criticism over lack of diversity

“She Talks Utah,” an upcoming women’s panel is drawing criticisms from the community for the underrepresentation of women of color. The second annual, “She Talks Utah” will be coming UVU Nov. 2, as part of the Utah Women’s Leadership Speaker & Dialogue Series. The...
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Fate of DACA a ‘ticking clock’ under hands of Congress

Carolina Núñez says the fate of DACA is based on Congress' will to compromise. Photo by Kim Bojorquez Dreamers under the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals program have an uncertain future because the Trump administration has begun phasing it out, and has left it...
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Police Reports

Police Reports

Aug. 29 Backpack Neglect A student reported their wallet being stolen in the Pope Science building. The student left their backpack in the elevator unattended and later discovered a wallet was missing. There were no suspects. Email Nuisance Two UVU employees reported...

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