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Police Reports: Staff Choice Edition

The following police reports were reported over the 2017 Fall semester Sept. 8 Library Disturbance An officer was called to the Fulton Library after two people were reportedly arguing. It was believed that one student was part of the DACA protest taking place that...

Administration to increase price of parking permits

Plans for new freeway bridge underway Photo by Sammie Jo Raymond, Frank Young pictured above  Parking pass costs will increase, free purple lots will move and other significant parking changes will be made in the coming years, according to Frank Young, associate vice...

Students call for improvements to the current campus recycling system

Illustration by Tyler Carpenter Students who are investigating campus recycling are striving to create awareness in order to improve the recycling system. Whitney Miller, Toree Douglas, Jessica Olsen and Merry Nguyen, students and environmentalists, observed the...

Health and Wellness Fair promotes more comprehensive programs for UVU

Ethan Kartchner speaks with a visitor about body image, and encourages him to read through the captions to learn the stories of the people in the photos. Photo by Lincoln Op't Hof The tables at the 2017 Health and Wellness Fair in the Science Building atrium were not...

Gun control issues, solutions discussed by students

Photo by Michelle Rivas (Left to Right) Amber Hendrickson Community Partnerships Coordinator, Volunteer & Service- Learning Center, Jackson Olsen A solution to gun control is difficult but not impossible to reach, according to Jackson Miner, president of UVU’s...

One Stop stopped for good

Illustration by Tyler Carpenter The One Stop circle that has been the main hub for serving students was discontinued as of Nov. 1. “After careful consideration, and in an effort to improve the student experience, the decision has been made to make a significant change...

UVU President Holland to step down for LDS mission presidency

Photo courtesy of UVU Marketing and Communications Matthew Holland will leave his position as UVU President in June 2018, for a position as a mission president for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, according to a press release from the University...

Nursing students strive to reduce stress levels caused by university work loads

Illustration by Tyler Carpenter     Strategies to cope with stressors that affect students were addressed Oct. 30 in the Science Building. As school workloads increase, stress often follows, according to Preston Batey, a nursing student who hosted the event. They...

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