Day: March 30, 2015

Opinions

A call to buck the trend of suburban selfishness

Robby Poffenberger | Opinions editor | [email protected] It’s only a few weeks until thousands of UVU students don caps and gowns. Many of these students are thinking about what kind of citizens they want to be as they enter the post-graduate community. They might be thinking about their families they want to raise, homes they […]

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Arts & Culture

Setting a budget

Photo illustration: Colin Cooper   Budgeting can be a hard thing for college students to get a grasp on. It may seem like a looming monster under the bed, but learning to face the monster leads to a happier, more stress free life. Having enough money is an issue that almost everyone deals with, and […]

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Arts & Culture

Dating made easy

Photo credit: Valerie Cheatham, photo editor, @valeriecheatham   Still going to movies for the first, second or third date? Then you have been missing out on a lot of fun. Forget about the theaters and give your date a fresh take of Utah’s beautiful spring. Here are six delightful date ideas: Adventure Zipline— the newest […]

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News

Tech beat: coding campus

Elizabeth Suggs | staff writer   Coding Campus, a boot camp stationed in Provo, Utah, has partnered with UVU to encourage student growth in computer development. Students who wish to learn more about code will have the opportunity to take a 12-week course of Coding Campus. Coding Campus offers programming through HTML, CSS and JavaScript. […]

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Featured
News

TEDx comes to UVU

Ryan Dangerfield | staff writer | @ryandanger23   Utah Valley University Student Association (UVUSA) announced the inaugural TEDx UVU conference will be held April 1 in the Ragan Theater. Recently TedX events have been spreading across the country. There are only two primary TED events (exclusively held by TED) each year in California, the original […]

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Arts & Culture

The one that got away

Illustration by: Ashley Fairbourne   If there is one thing more romanticized than the idea of love, it is the idea of love lost. Sir Alfred Lord Tennyson once wrote that, “Tis better to have loved than lost than never to have loved at all.” I sort of feel like that’s bullshit, but that is just […]

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Sports

The Valley: episode 6

Matt Baiamonte, Sports Brodcaster Kyle Bruderer, Sports Writer Valley Episode 6 The Valley Podcast Episode 6 is all about basketball tournaments. There is a special “March Madness” tournament special segment along with the “Wolverine Express” and another round of questions in “Thoughts in a box.” Kenzie Jones21 year old who does everything under the sun […]

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Sports

SCOREBOARD

Baseball  Overall     |    Pct.    |     Conf     |    Pct.    |    Streak     |    Home    |     Away    |    Neutral       7-19       |   .269   |     3-3        |   .500 […]

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Sports

STANDINGS

Western Athletic Conference   Baseball Sacramento State Seattle University Grand Canyon North Dakota Northern Colorado Utah Valley University Bakersfield New Mexico State Chicago State Texas-Pan American Softball New Mexico State Grand Canyon University Missouri-Kansas City Bakersfield Seattle University Utah Valley University Kenzie Jones21 year old who does everything under the sun and will never stop. […]

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Arts & Culture

The Milk Dragon: a play for all ages

Photo credit: Jesca Cluff   The Milk Dragon, written Susan Zeder, was a philosophical performance that both children and parents could enjoy. Starting out, you’re introduced into a drab world of the utopian Village, where every action is ruled by a set of laws and colors are non-existent. However, as you follow the two young […]

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