Day: September 13, 2010

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Breaking News: UCAS student struck by vehicle

Daniel James, a 16-year-old Utah County Academy of Sciences (UCAS) student, was struck by a woman driving a Dodge truck Monday, Sept. 13 between 7:30 and 8:00 a.m. The truck proceeded to roll over James’ legs before stopping, according to witnesses. Mr. Howard, Assistant Principal at UCAS, said, “Last year or the year before, there […]

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Rush me Silly

[vimeo]http://www.vimeo.com/14935124[/vimeo] Club Rush is upon us once again, and while all are welcome, not all are happy.

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Symphony of Construction

[vimeo]http://www.vimeo.com/14930842[/vimeo] You take a mortal man… and give him the power to smash. UVU Review gets up close and personal with the crew building the new science building.

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Your Name Here

With a cool $2.5 million dollars coming into this university over the next ten years in return for the rights to have the events center named the UCCU center, some may wonder what exactly does it take to get a name on a building here. Events centers such as the newly named UCCU center require […]

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Aqui y Ahora: De las mochilas a un cajón

Esta universidad tiene un nivel muy bajo de crimen y robos, pero aún así, la pérdida de cosas valiosas es común por el descuido de los estudiantes y sus pertenencias. De todos los lugares en la universidad que los estudiantes necesitan saber, el edificio de los objetos perdidos es uno de los más importantes. Muchos […]

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Celebrate U

As part of National Suicide Prevention Week, students, faculty and community members will have the opportunity to hear the popular band SafetySuit speak about suicide prevention and self-esteem building. The band will be the keynote speakers at the “Celebrating U” event, hosted by The Second Chance Foundation of Utah. The event will start at 5 […]

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UVUPD: Here to serve and protect.

Late at nights, long after the bookstore has closed and the hallways are vacant, a light will still be on in room 331 of the Gunther Trades Building. This is the Police Department’s headquarters on campus and dispatchers will always be available and, most importantly, so will officers. The Police Department is here to serve […]

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Call for proposals

Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. once spoke of a dream, and the Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration Advisory Board is now providing the opportunity to allow the dreams of those at this university to be heard. Along with the annual commemoration coming this January comes the call for proposals. The theme for 2011 will be […]

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Economic summit

Senator Orrin Hatch’s annual economic summit took place in the Grande Ballroom on Sept. 9. As part of the conference, three notable guests spoke and participated in an open forum with Sen. Hatch. The guests included Donald Danner, CEO of the National Federation of Independent Business; Dr. Ed Catmull, President and co-founder of Pixar Animation […]

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Food pantry to open on campus

Students and their immediate families will soon be able to receive food from the new food pantry on campus. There will be a ribbon-cutting ceremony for the pantry on Friday, Sept. 17, at 11:30 a.m. in LC 205. The food pantry is sponsored jointly by the Volunteer & Service Learning Center and Community Action Services […]

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