Becky Edwards brings experience, unity to US Senate race

November 22, 2021

Reading Time: 3 minutes After 10 years in the Utah Legislature, former state Rep. Becky Edwards now has a higher office in mind — the U.S. Senate. Earlier this month, Edwards hosted an event in Provo where she engaged with supporters and spoke about why she chose to enter the race. “I remember looking at the current political environment […]

Ally Isom makes her case for a ‘Republican renaissance’

October 21, 2021

Reading Time: 4 minutes Since announcing her campaign for the U.S. Senate in July, Ally Isom has made a point of listening to constituents from around the state. On Thursday, Oct. 14, Isom met with a group of college students at the Provo City Library to discuss solutions to the challenges Utahns face. Isom — a veteran of government […]

Student council proposes title changes for UVUSA leadership

September 12, 2021

Reading Time: < 1 minute Students will soon have the opportunity to vote on a series of proposed title changes within the UVUSA Student Council. “The main goal of these changes is to increase clarity and be more representative of the student body,” Student Body President Karen Magaña-Aguado said in an email.  Per the UVUSA Constitution, UVU students will be […]

Letter from the editor: It’s good to be back

August 30, 2021

Reading Time: 2 minutes Dear Wolverines, It’s good to be back. After more than a year of learning remotely, posting in seemingly endless Canvas discussion groups, and trying to ignore the inevitable background noise coming from that classmate who always forgot to mute themselves, thousands of students returned to campus last week. While there are still many who feel […]

A conversation with UVU’s newest associate athletic director

August 29, 2021

Reading Time: 2 minutes “Being a student-athlete takes a lot,” said Glass. “They must learn to balance personal life, academics, athletics, and their mental health, all while still trying to enjoy the college experience. Thankfully, our student-athletes have resources and a great support system here to help them during their matriculation at UVU, as well as once they transition into the real world.”

University struggles to meet demand for mental health services

May 5, 2021

Reading Time: 2 minutes After the past year has left many college students isolated, anxious and sometimes financially unstable, demand for mental health and psychiatric services has skyrocketed. The New York Times reported that mental health professionals across the country have been unable to keep pace with the influx of new patients, even after taking on extra patients and […]

RSL legend Beckerman takes the helm as men’s soccer coach

April 13, 2021

Reading Time: 2 minutes Former Real Salt Lake star midfielder Kyle Beckerman will replace Greg Maas as head coach of the Utah Valley men’s soccer team. His appointment was announced officially in a press conference on Monday, April 12, 2021. “I’m very excited to be joining Utah Valley University and can’t wait to get started coaching this team,” Beckerman […]

‘This is not ok’ — Lackluster accommodations at NCAA Women’s Basketball Tournament

March 31, 2021

Reading Time: 4 minutes Normally a source of Cinderella stories, buzzer beaters and general mayhem, this year’s NCAA Basketball Tournament has given fans something different  — allegations of gender- and sex-based discrimination. On March 18, Stanford sports performance coach Ali Kershner posted a photo on Instagram comparing the different weight rooms provided to the men’s and women’s basketball teams […]