Month: October 2019

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Volleyball

UVU stumbles on the road against NSMU in tightly contested match

UVU kept it close for the entirety of the match but couldn’t knock the Aggies off and stop them from securing their tenth-straight win in WAC play.

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Arts & Culture
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Humans od UVU

Humans of UVU: Week 3

Week 3 of Humans of UVU focuses on a sophomore named Makena Saluone. Saluone is majoring in Civil Engineering at UVU and shared an interesting story regarding her and her aunt. “We were in San Diego for Comic-Con and decided to wait at the bottom floor of our hotel to see if we could find […]

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Arts & Culture
Clubs
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Royal Heroes of UVU: Children’s champions

Established last fall in 2018, Royal Heroes of UVU is an organization that makes visits to children at local hospitals or community events as princesses and heroes, they also host fundraisers and events for pediatric cancer research. Members of Royal Heroes club don’t just dress up for Halloween .“We make a difference in kids’ lives. […]

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Arts & Culture
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Haunted House

A Spooky Attack on your senses at Nightmare on 13th

Nightmare on 13th Street, strategically placed on 1300 South in Salt Lake City UT, is a Gothic castle sticking out from its surrounding cityscape. Right off the 305A exit, if you aren’t looking, you will still see this crazy adventure house. Nested at the gates is Slayer, the demon welcoming all to enter his home. […]

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Basketball
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Men's Sports
Sports

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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Sports
Sports Blog

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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Opinions
Sports

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
Arts & Culture
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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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Basketball
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Sports
Women's Sports

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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News

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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