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Cafeteria termination limits vegan options on campus

Valley View Cafeteria closed indefinitely May 4 causing trouble for the vegan community on campus.

“Most of the time, if one wants a healthy vegan option, they will need to bring something from home, because UVU simply does not offer such options,” said Emma Teasdale, president of the Animal Allies Club in an email to the Review.

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Spectrum represents LGBTQ students at Pride

Thousands gathered to celebrate the 42nd Utah Pride Festival from June 2 to June 4 at Washington Square Park and the Library Plaza in Salt Lake City.   Rainbows, rainbows and more rainbows filled the streets of Salt Lake City Sunday morning as spectators and float...
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Emergency preparedness works to improve disaster preparedness

The emergency management office  is responsible for many aspects of campus safety and emergency readiness, such as providing education, equipment and resources for the UVU population. Robin Ebmeyer, director of emergency management and safety, is responsible for...
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Top 5 safe sex tips for students

McKhelyn Jones | News Editor As maturing adults in Utah County, it’s important to speak to all types of students about sex. Whether you practice abstinence, are sexually active, uninformed or just curious, here are tips from educational organizations about safe sex....
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Saving money on textbooks

According to the National Association of College Stores, college students spend $655 a semester on textbooks. That seriously sucks. So, what can UVU students do to make sure that they save as much money as they can each semester? First off, never buy the textbook. If...
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How to not be a #!*@

Learn elevator etiquette You’re waiting for the elevator to reach your floor in the Classroom Building. The doors open and it is full of students — stop and just chill. Don’t enter the elevator before people get out. On several occasions, I’ve been victim of this...
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Autism center serves community, students

The Melisa Nellesen Center for Autism opened May 3 in response to an estimated 300 to 600 autistic students enrolled at UVU. “Utah has the 3rd highest rate of autism in the country,” said Teresa Cardon, the center’s director. With the number of students on the...
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UVU’s 76th commencement celebrates student success

On Thursday, 5,054 UVU students were conferred 5,310 degrees, diplomas and certificates at the 2017 Commencement ceremony held the UCCU center; four honorary degrees were presented to honored guests. Henry Eyring, Keith Nellesen, Shirlee Silversmith and J. Brent Wood...
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Autism center serves community, students

Autism center serves community, students

The Melisa Nellesen Center for Autism opened May 3 in response to an estimated 300 to 600 autistic students enrolled at UVU. “Utah has the 3rd highest rate of autism in the country,” said Teresa Cardon, the center’s director. With the number of students on the...

Problems with the Democrat Party

Problems with the Democrat Party

By Tyler Carpenter | Staff Writer The Democratic Party is eating away at itself. Here’s why. The Democrat Party has decided to take on the little guys, the minority groups. By doing so they have given home to many issues that are heavily discussed in the political...

A two partied America / America divided

A two partied America / America divided

By Jesse Sanchez | Assistant Opinion Editor The Republican Party, founded July 6, 1854, started as an anti-slavery state convention held in Jackson, Michigan. The name alludes to Thomas Jefferson’s Democratic-Republican Party, conveying a commitment to the inalienable...

Utah leaves the homeless out in the cold

Utah leaves the homeless out in the cold

By McKhelyn Jones | Art & Culture Editor Homelessness is a complex issue. There is no one-size-fits-all solution for it. Yet, there are things that can be done to increase the resources available for people in need. Last month, Draper City residents denied a...

How to study for finals

How to study for finals

Finals are just around the corner and the pressure is slowly building. It’s the final showdown between you and summer and possibly graduation. Here are some study tips to lower your anxiety during these last weeks of the semester: Make a checklist Write down every...

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