Day: November 14, 2019

Arts & Culture
Featured

“The Girl Who Drank the Moon” enchants and captivates Utah Valley audiences

The mystical, magical book “The Girl Who Drank The Moon” by Kelly Barnhill has been adapted into a one-act stage production and premiered in partnership with UVU School of the Arts on November 7. It was adapted by playwright Melissa Leilani Larson over the span of two years.  “UVU wanted to produce a new show […]

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News

Police Reports

Assault | 10/04/19 — 8:12 a.m. An officer responded to a delayed call of an assault that took place in the UVU parking garage. The complainant said that her daughter called her and said that a male pushed her. The officer reached out to the student and recorded information about the suspect, but it was […]

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Breaking
Front Page
News

Professors air grievances in open letter, claim university discipline made professor “a threat to himself”

Multiple faculty members authored an open letter detailing their objections to the disciplinary actions taken against their former colleague Michael Shively. Shively, according to the letter, took his own life on Aug. 19.

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Men's Sports
Soccer
Sports

UVU advances to WAC semifinals with 3-0 shutout over UMKC

Riding a three-game winning streak and touting the number two seed in the WAC tournament, Utah Valley men’s soccer took on seventh seeded University of Missouri-Kansas City. The game took place Wednesday, Nov. 13, at the U.S. Air Force Academy in Colorado. UVU used the momentum of a first half goal to propel them to […]

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Featured
Soccer
Sports
Women's Sports

UVU comes up short in WAC title match, lose 2-1 to SU in OT

An 87th minute goal and a 99th minute golden goal by Seattle University ended Utah Valley’s 2019 season and a chance at an NCAA tournament berth. The game took place on Sunday, Nov. 10, at Championship Field in Seattle. UVU hung on to a 1-0 lead for almost 56 minutes before SU tied it late, and eventually sealed it in overtime by a score of 2-1.

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Arts & Culture

Canned vs frozen: The nutritional value

We all know that vegetables and fruits are healthy- but what about canned and frozen produce? Does their nutritional value change with preservatives? How are canned or frozen foods preserved? Canned and frozen produce are preserved in different ways. Frozen foods are preserved by freezing after they are harvested, while canned foods are washed and […]

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