Day: October 24, 2019

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Men’s basketball 2019-2020 season preview: A new Mark in town

Utah Valley men’s basketball is back! With many new faces for both coaches and players, the Wolverines will soon be taking the court again in the UCCU Center. UVU will begin their 2019-2020 season with an exhibition game on Nov. 1, against College of Idaho in the Lockhart Arena. The Wolverines will be led by […]

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WAC Weekly: WAC play winners, losers, improvers and what’s next?

In three weeks’ time all postseason tournaments will have either just begun or come to a close for all fall sports. So, keep an eye out for more continued success from these winners, some possible success for our losers and potential success from the improver.

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Creer’s Column: Money Over Everything

California Gov. Gavin Newsom took a path of action and signed the Fair Pay to Play Act into law and ensured California college athletes could make money off of their likenesses and receive personal endorsements beginning in 2023. The NCAA is not happy about it, to say the least — they have threatened to bar […]

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Cornbelly's scarecrow and tractor next to a pumpkin patch
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Cornbelly’s offers autumnal fun for everyone

If you’re looking for a one-stop destination for all things fall, look no further than Cornbelly’s in Lehi. With over 60 attractions, rides and events covering 20 acres, there’s no shortage of fun to be had with a date, friends or family. Kamille Combs, marketing and events director for Cornbelly’s, said that she enjoys being […]

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Women’s basketball: Ready or not, the season is here

For some people, colder weather means pumpkin-spiced everything. To others, it means basketball. That’s right, the Utah Valley women’s basketball team will tip-off for an exhibition game on Saturday, Oct. 26 at 2 p.m. MST.  After finishing last season in losing fashion, the Wolverines look to bounce back with some new faces and fresh talent. […]

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One year of UVX in Utah Valley

From Draper to Payson, and Saratoga Springs to Provo, UVU students are contributing to the growth of Utah County’s public transportation. An example of this is the recent success of the Utah Valley Express (UVX) buses, which are now finishing up their first year of operation. In the beginning usage of the new transportation line, […]

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Haunts of Knowledge

The Roots of Knowledge exhibit at the Fulton Library is feeling the Halloween spirit this season with its spooky “Ghost Tours.” This interactive experience leads participants through the history of Halloween,as seen throughout the Roots of Knowledge artwork. Tours run every Monday evening in October at 6:00 pm and 7:00 pm MST. “The Ghost Tours […]

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Haunted House

Dead City: One of Utah’s Newest Haunted Houses

With less than two weeks until closing night on November 2, Dead City Haunted House is the perfect way to experience the fears and thrills of a real-life horror film. With more than 50 terror-filled rooms to walk through and an owner with 21 years of experience in the animatronic industry, it is easy to […]

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The Harry Styles photo dropper: a campus mystery

As Halloween approaches, there’s something spooky happening at UVU. Something bizarre. No one knows how or why, only that everywhere you go, there he is. That dazzling smile, that artful tattoo sleeve… the one hand perched on top of a full, pregnant belly. It’s Pregnant Harry Styles. These scraps of paper, barely bigger than a […]

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