Day: November 1, 2019

News

Student Journalists at UVU win appeals against Campus Police

The Utah State Records Committee voted that the UVU Police Department could no longer charge a fee for student reporters at the UVU Review to access incident reports, on Oct. 10, ending a yearlong appeals battle.  Prior to the fall of 2017, access to the initial contacts reports was free of charge, however, a change […]

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Your voice matters: UVUSA wants to increase voter involvement from students

UVU Student Association, led by UVUSA Chief Justice Candyce Damron, hosted a voter initiative event on Thursday, Oct. 24 to spread the message that each voice matters. Each student on campus was represented by the lining up of 41,000 flags along the Fulton Library courtyard, as well as the Student Life and Wellness Center courtyard. […]

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Trunk or Treat brings out Utah Valley’s families

Despite the bitter cold young superheroes, witches and ninjas came alongside their parents to Utah Valley University’s annual trunk-or-treat during non-traditional student week held Monday, Oct. 28. The children enjoyed going from car to car collecting candy before heading to the Wee Care Childcare building for some hot chocolate and donuts. Many clubs and departments […]

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Arts & Culture
Featured

Utah Repertory Theater’s Sweeney Todd is a bloody good time

Halloween may be behind us, but for those of you who want to keep the spooky season going, the blood-chilling production of “Sweeney Todd: The Demon Barber of Fleet Street” at the Noorda Center for the Performing Arts is sure to thrill and delight. Produced in partnership with the Utah Repertory Theater Company, this haunting, […]

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