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Author: Amie Wells

Get in the Zone

If you want to learn tips on cooking or maybe need some financial questions answered, you need to visit the Zone on campus. The Student Engaged Learning Zone (the Zone), located inside the Sorensen Student Center west hallway, is an environment where students can participate for free in action learning activities and hobbies each weekday around noon.

Housing Office: a service for students and community members

The Off-Campus Housing Office, located at Campus Connection in the Student Center, helps students find local housing, helps students list their contract for sell, and also gives information to compare pricing and locations of local student complexes. For the convenience of students, the Housing Office offers three options for students to search for local housing: a website, an information packet and bulletin boards for students and community members to advertise their contracts.

Housing Fair guides students

Free candy, doughnuts and popcorn are all goodies that you could have received just for walking down the Physical Education hallway on Wednesday afternoon. “Where will you live next year?” This question and others were answered at the UVU Housing Fair, which took place Wednesday from 10 a.

Hunger Banquet raises money and awareness

In an effort to provide awareness about hunger in Utah and around the world, students and community members gathered together for the recent sixth annual Hunger Banquet held in the Sorensen Student Center Grande Ballroom. “In past years, we have focused on world hunger,” said Service Council President Richard Portwood.

Disney recruits on campus

How would you like to live in Walt Disney World for five to eight months? Or maybe Disneyland in Anaheim is more your style. These options are available to those who are accepted into the Disney College Internship Program. Disney recruiters visited the Student Center last Wednesday to recruit UVU students for the Disney College Internship Program for the sixth year in a row.

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Objectivity vs. candidate endorsement

I don’t believe that a newspaper can stay objective on the front-page and endorse a candidate on the editorial page. One of the main arguments for a newspaper editorial board choosing to endorse a candidate for president is that the practice is a long-standing tradition in journalism.

Early Voting Polls on campus a success

Thousands of Utah County voters turned up to cast their early voting ballots on campus Oct. 21 through 31. The endeavor turned out to be a success due to the short wait time, convenient location, and friendly election official staff. “We had a fantastic turnout at our on-campus early voting location,” said Trevor Tooke, UVUSA Executive Vice President.

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Objectivity vs. candidate endorsement

I don’t believe that a newspaper can stay objective on the front-page and endorse a candidate on the editorial page. One of the main arguments for a newspaper editorial board choosing to endorse a candidate for president is that the practice is a long-standing tradition in journalism.

The Clothesline Project breaks the silence

The sound of a gong, then silence, a whistle blows, and more silence, a loud ringing of a bell, more silence. Each of these sounds is an auditory reminder of the violence that occurs daily in our community. The gong, played every 10 to 12 seconds, indicated that a woman in the United States had just been assaulted.

Early voting machines make their way to campus

Early voting machines will be available in the Student Government Office, Oct. 21 through Oct. 31, from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., allowing the community to vote at UVU. “The early voting booths that will be on campus are for Utah County residents,” said Tom Merrill, UVUSA Chief Justice.