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Greek politician offers insight into health care and immigration

Adonis Georgiadis describes how he and others in his country have tried to preserve Greek heritage while adjusting to the modern world. Conservative Greek politician, Adonis Georgiadis, responded to questions about health care, immigration and unemployment among other...

Three ways to take control of your stress this semester

UVU students enjoy a yoga class available in the Student Life and Wellness Center on campus. Photo courtesy of August Miller, UVU Marketing Stress is an inevitable part of the college experience. Whether this is the first semester or the last, stress can be managed...

New student housing developing this summer

Nelson Brothers Professional Real Estate has planned construction for single and married student housing on six acres west of I-15 in Orem. “For decades, UVU students have gone to BYU housing to get the student housing experience,” said Patrick Nelson, CEO of Nelson...

“Office Hours” Podcast Episode One: UVU’s New Free Speech Policy.

To our readers

Readers, The reason we do not have the police blotter this week is because school policies have changed. Over the years, the UVU Review, along with the public, have been allowed access to...

UVU becomes home to international symbol of peace and unity

Community and organizational leaders participate in the Global Peace Tree planting ceremony. Photo by Kim Bojorquez UVU joins other communities throughout the world that have been recognized for effort toward unity and peace with a Global Peace Tree; the planting...

New Sustainability Wall showcases campus efforts to go green

Efforts to increase campus sustainability continue with a new Sustainability Wall, which will be completed in the near future. “The wall was envisioned as a way to communicate to the campus the many different ways UVU is working on becoming a sustainable campus,” Val...

Campus community tells presidential search committee to prioritize inclusivity

Photos by Cody Glassett The university needs a president that will look out for minorities, according to Linda Walton, chaplain and philosophy instructor, during a presidential search committee meeting held in the Science Building Auditorium Nov. 28. “There aren’t...

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