UVU Students Turn Class Project Into Thriving Local Business

April 23, 2014

Reading Time: 3 minutes As part of their Engaged Learning initiative, Utah Valley University’s curriculum often incorporates projects that students could likely be hired to do in a professional setting. That hands-­on learning experience was taken even a step further for four classmates after a presentation they completed last December as part of a school assignment. Six months and many […]

New Student Center with Students


April 16, 2014

Reading Time: 3 minutes University Marketing & Communications: Melinda Colton, 801-863-6807 For more information:  Amy Grubbs, director of Campus Recreation & Wellness, 801-863-8127, [email protected]   UVU TO OPEN NEW STUDENT LIFE AND WELLNESS CENTER APRIL 17 In an effort to enhance student success and foster student engagement and social interaction, Utah Valley University will open its new Student Life […]


UVU Aviation Tour

February 25, 2014

Reading Time: 2 minutes Last week I went and visited the UVU Aviation Hanger at Provo Airport. From what I gather, a good majority of students on the main campus (even the involved ones) have no idea what the aviation program is, and have never even been there. I was very impressed with the state-of-the-art equipment they had and […]

UVUSA Debate

February 25, 2014

Reading Time: < 1 minute   The 2014 UVUSA debate has come to a close, and both teams had great arguments. Thank you to  all of those who attended. If you weren’t able to come you can see the UVU Review live tweet feed or by visiting uvuradio.com. For those of you who attended we want to hear your opinion. […]

iPad Air ready for lift off

November 2, 2013

Reading Time: < 1 minute The all-new iPad Air announced by Apple on October 22 is now available for purchase. Although touted as being the lightest iPad ever built, it still packs quite the technical punch. With the new A7 chip, you’ll get twice the CPU performance and graphics performance with the same 10-hour battery life. The thinness and lightness […]

Google Fiber is ready for launch

October 5, 2013

Reading Time: < 1 minute It’s finally here (sort of)! Google Fiber will now be accepting sign-ups for their fiber-optic gigabit Internet service in Provo. Before you all go flooding their server, here’s what you need to know. These early sign-ups are only for current, residential customers of Veracity. If that’s you, and you’re ready to get started, then go […]

Taken by the towing Gestapo

September 30, 2013

Reading Time: 3 minutes Let’s hash out a common frustration students have: parking. Whether it’s here on campus or at our apartment complexes, there just never seems to be enough space for everyone. I’m sure most of us have been earnestly trying to dodge paying for a parking pass at school or stay in a visitor spot in Provo […]

Pizzeria 712

September 10, 2013

Reading Time: 4 minutes Blake’s Review: Usually when you ask someone if they like Pizzeria 712, they’ll either rave about it or tell you they’ve never even heard of it. For those who’ve discovered this oasis in the heart of the Orem culinary desert, it has become a staple. Here’s the reason why: great food, attentive service, and affordable […]

Snowden, PRISM, and plot: dissolute traitor

August 12, 2013

Reading Time: 2 minutes Shelby Jackson, staff writer, [email protected] If you’ve heard anything in the news over the last couple of months about Edward Snowden, it’s probably had something to do with the headline “Whistleblower or Traitor?” For those who don’t know anything about what’s going on with this story, let me share a little synopsis. A couple months […]

Snowden, PRISM, and plot: Heroic Whistleblower

August 12, 2013

Reading Time: 3 minutes By Alex Sousa, Managing Editor, @TwoFistedSousa Edward Snowden is a hero. I don’t want to mince words here and I don’t want there to be any confusion. In that same spirit, allow me to explain some things clearly and simply. Edward Snowden is not “in hiding.” If he was hiding, no one would know his […]