Day: September 6, 2011

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Twitter Talk: September 6, 2011

Post your thoughts followed by the #UVU hashtag and you might be featured in our weekly Twitter Talk section of the newspaper. Don’t forget to follow the UVU Review on Twitter at @UVUreview.

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Moving on in music, in theory

Music department administration shuffles resources to account for the void left after the departure of Larry Johnson.   Changes made in the music department faculty lineup this semester will allow students to encounter music education in a different way, giving them experience they are not likely to find anywhere else.   This semester, Associate Professor […]

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International ties with China

By Vanessa Perkins News Editor   In Quin Province, on the shores of the Huangshui River in western China, lies a university which will now know the UVU name for a long time.   Qinghai Normal University President Dong Jiaping and President Mathew Holland took part in a signing ceremony on July 13 at the […]

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Police Beat

  By Tiffany Thatcher   Asst. News Editor   For the most part UVU police have it easy in this safe valley, but like most campuses, UVU is not void of interesting incidents. Three notable calls were recently made to dispatch, including a missing person, suspicious activity, and public urination.   Officers G. Smith and […]

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News Briefs for September 6, 2011

Nu Skin continues to support UVU students This year marks the 70th year for UVU as an institution, and on October 14 Nu Skin will be giving the title sponsor of UVU’s 2011 president’s scholarship ball.   This event is one of the most important in promoting student success and academic excellence at UVU.   […]

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UVUSA’s strides to improve the campus

  In 2006, the college formerly known as UVSC, a name almost universally replaced by it’s new moniker of UVU, received news that it had officially been accredited as a university, establishing itself on the same level as many surrounding universities in Utah.   From the new library to the relocation of the dance department […]

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A Gamer’s Compromise: How To Entertain Your Significant Other While You Play

Fall is here again, and along with the tumbling leaves comes a parade of anticipated video game releases. Sure, not all of us enjoy playing video games, and aside from their thumbs being weak and sickly, those who don’t like them suffer no ill-effects. Still, games are everywhere, and even if you don’t play games […]

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On the Edge of Whimsy at the Covey Center

Where have we been, why are we here and where are we going? These are the dramatic and tantalizing questions aroused by the art showcase entitled “On the Edge of Whimsy” in The Covey Center of Arts by Chris Pratt and Jack Morford. Pratt and Morford manifest their thoughts through a variety of mediums and […]

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Sept. 5-10 calendar

Monday, September 5 Arts The Matter of Words All day, donation BYU Museum of Art North Campus Drive, Provo Wide-Open Spaces – American Southwest All day, donation BYU Museum of Art North Campus Drive, Provo Entwined – Weaving All day, donation BYU Museum of Peoples and Cultures 700 n. 100 East, Provo Exploring Utah Interactive […]

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Poetry finds a new platform in Provo

  Our society is submersed in mass media. Everybody knows it.   Maneuvering through manipulative advertisements has become such a mindless process in our daily grind that we seldom give it a second thought—we ingest information without conscious discretion, and that, according to BYU grad student Ashley Mae Christensen, is a problem.   In an […]

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