Starting college can be a scary adventure. Some new students find it exciting; however, if you are like me, you may have had a difficult ….
Author: Amie Wells
Welcome back wolverines! This week is jam-packed with things to do. So put down your video game controller, grab a friend and take advantage of your college years. The events calendar has now been expanded to include events in Salt Lake County. If you are interested in listing an arts and entertainment event, contact Amie Wells at [email protected]
There is a lot going on during the next few weeks. August 1 is the final showing of the Walter Wick exhibit at the BYU Museum of Art. Wick, who is also the author of the children’s books, “I Spy,” and, “Can You See What I See?” incorporates this style of artwork treasures including buttons, marbles, and dice into his collection.
Looking for stuff to do? Well, this is the list for you! It’s a breakdown of day-by-day events to experience right here in Utah Valley. It includes things to do with a date, with your parents, or even by yourself. Events Calendar July 6-18 Music July 6: Free Open Mic Night – 8 p.
UVU alumnus Shannon Young won $16,000 playing “Who wants to be a Millionaire,” which aired Wednesday April 8 on NBC. Young, a 2008 graduate and valedictorian of the Integrated Studies program, will be using the money to start graduate school at BYU in the fall where she will be studying social work.
The Utah State Board of Regents has recently announced a two-tier increase in tuition for all state-funded colleges and universities the 2009-2010 school year. University spokesperson Chris Taylor said the total dollar amount to increase for UVU students based on full-time enrollment is $276 for an entire school year or $138 per semester.