Day: February 24, 2019

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UVUSA Meet the Candidates event draws crowd

UVU Student Association held an event to meet the candidates for student body offices Wednesday at Center Stage.

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World renowned speaker says “Leaders do not fit in — they lead”

The National Society of Leadership and Success gathered on the first floor of the Fulton Library last Wednesday, Feb. 20 to video conference into the speaker Bertice Berry, a world-renowned keynote speaker.

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Being LGBTQ+ impacts mental health identity

Queer people are more likely to experience mental health issues, not because they’re queer but because of the society in which they live, according to Karen Deysher, the program director over LGBT Student Services. The academic branch of Multicultural Student Council hosted their monthly Diversity Dialogue event with this month’s topic being Mental Health and […]

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UVU Cyber Security Club advances to regionals

Last month UVU’s Cyber Security club placed second in the qualifiers for the regional Rocky Mountain Collegiate Cyber Defense competition, marking the third year in a row that a CSC team has advanced to regionals. This year’s team was composed of Kyle Baker, Kade Barney, Dallin Bishop, Daniel Dayley, Ryan Fisk, Chris Hansen, Austin Larsen […]

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Conspiracy theories are not passive in the age of Trump

Robert  Goldberg, director of the Tanner Humanities Center and Professor of History at the University of Utah, visited UVU as the guest speaker for the Appomattox Project  to discuss the role of conspiracy under the current U.S. president Wednesday, Feb. 20 in the Clarke Building. “My concern is that the Trump Administration, which not only […]

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Jan Kickert discusses Austrian role in U.N. politics

Austrian Ambassador Jan Kickert permanent representative of Austria to the United Nations, addressed students on campus about the importance of Austria and the U.N. on Tuesday, Feb. 19. Kickert has held various positions within the Austrian government and was ambassador from Croatia to Austria until 2011. Prior to his position in the U.N., he served […]

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Student Voice forum raises common scheduling issues

UVU Student Association’s latest Student Voice forum focused on students’ struggles with class scheduling Tuesday at Center Stage. The forum provided students with an opportunity to voice their concerns and specific issues to a panel of faculty and staff who work on scheduling committees and in related offices. Many department chairs also attended and spoke […]

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