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Astrid Tuminez selected as UVU’s first female president

Photo by Kimberly Bojorquez   The Utah State Board of Regents selected Astrid Tuminez as UVU’s next university president, April 20 at Centre Stage. “She’s been proven to be an adynamic and effective leader across academic, non-profit, public policy and corporate...

Former women’s basketball players cite ‘toxic environment’ for early departures

In the past 5 seasons, 19 players have left the program Photo by Mykah Heaton At the end of her freshman season with the Utah Valley women’s basketball team in the spring of 2015, Brooke Wheeler had a meeting with head coach Cathy Nixon who informed her she would not...

Four finalists selected for next UVU president

UVU’s Presidential Search Committee has proposed four finalists to the State Board of Regents to fill the university president position April 12. The 24-person search committee, which includes UVU employees and local community leaders, has selected these individuals...

UVU community says farewell to Holland

Video messages recorded to send memories, best wishes Photos by Abby Van Buren During the 9 years of Matthew Holland’s presidency, students, faculty and the UVU community have made memories that they were able to share through video recordings across campus March 29,...

Students voice concerns to the Presidential Transition Committee

Photos by Lincoln Op't Hof The Presidential Transition Committee sent four representatives to the Student Voice forum to gain student feedback and to ensure a smooth transition from one president to the next, April 3 at Centre Stage. Unlike the Presidential Search...

Police Blotter

Curfew Violation March 5 — 1:53 a.m. An officer conducted a traffic stop on a vehicle for a moving violation near 400 S. 1200 W in Orem. The driver was found to be a juvenile in violation of curfew and was issued a citation for both violations. Theft March 7 — 10:17...

Documentaries & Discussions event focuses on the valuable lessons from Watergate

Photo by Cody Glassett With more than 40 years having passed since the infamous Watergate scandal, one professor at UVU still believes that we have much to learn from the the event that forever changed American politics. Nearly 50 students attended the Documentaries &...

New emergency text message system reaches 32,000 people in minutes

Photo illustration by Lincoln Op’t Hof On March 2, members of the UVU community received a text alert about a person of interest on UVU Campus. The text alert was distributed by a new system that university administrators implemented in early fall of 2017. The new...
UVU addresses mental health issues with group therapy

UVU addresses mental health issues with group therapy

Student Health Services is continuously pursuing ways to assess and treat mental health issues on campus — one being affordable and accessible group therapy. Located on  the second floor of the Sorensen Center, Mental Health Services offers free group therapy sessions...

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