UVU’s Title IX office wants students to know they’re here to help

April 15, 2018

Reading Time: 2 minutes A Title IX information session was organized in order for students to better understand how the office functions and how it can help students on UVU’s campus, Apr. 11 in the Sorensen Student Center. Ashley Larsen, the Associate Dean of Students, and two Title IX office representatives organized the event. Though ran almost smoothly, there […]

UVU Percussion Ensemble highlights Spain in their Spanish Roots performance

April 14, 2018

Reading Time: 3 minutes Celebrating this year’s global spotlight country, Spain, UVU Percussion Ensemble performed Spanish Roots at Centre Stage Apr. 11. The performance was intended to highlight the cultural impact of Spanish music and showcase it to the student body through percussion. Doug Smith, professor and percussion coordinator, hosted the evening by introducing each set and giving background […]

UVU students enjoy crepes and comedy

April 9, 2018

Reading Time: 2 minutes Comedian Johnathan Burns graced the stage of the Ragan Theater and entertained an audience filled with UVU date-night-goers April 4. The comedian and contortionist was a big hit with the audience as he performed tricks such as juggling, balancing knives on his tongue and eating a lengthy balloon animal. All the while he would simultaneously […]

UVU students celebrate Japanese culture for 9th annual celebration

April 9, 2018

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Japanese Club and the International Student Council orchestrated the ninth annual Japanese Culture Night March 31. Like Chinese New Year, Japanese Culture Night was a local celebration of a traditional Japanese festival called Natsu Matsuri. This festival is traditionally held during the summer months, typically in August, and is colloquially known as the summer […]

UVU doesn’t give up on taking care of their alumni

April 5, 2018

Reading Time: 2 minutes The end of the semester is almost here and many graduating seniors are feeling the pressure. All those probing and annoying questions like “What are you going to do with that degree?” or “How are you going to make a living?” or even the age-old “What are you going to be when you grow up?” […]

Students discuss how internships prepare them for post-college life

April 2, 2018

Reading Time: 2 minutes UVU’s Career Development Center has compiled a detailed list of jobs and internships in Utah and throughout the nation with the goal of providing UVU students a better opportunity to succeed after college. Two of UVU’s students, Abdul Kalumbi and Rachel McKinley, have recently benefited from UVU’s internship opportunities and are currently learning and making […]

UVU Ombuds office wants students to know they’re here to help

March 27, 2018

Reading Time: 2 minutes The second floor of the Student Life and Wellness Building is home to many offices such as the Outdoor Adventure Center, Intramurals and the Wellness Center. But, there’s one office that is specifically designed to help students with conflicts: the Ombuds Office located in e SL 212B. the office of Ombudsman. Talatou Abdoulaye, ombuds office […]

UVU Social work club works to help students heal from sexual abuse

March 4, 2018

Reading Time: 3 minutes The Social Work Student Association invited the Younique Foundation to come and teach a group of students how to deal with trauma from experiencing sexual abuse as a child in UVU’s classroom building on Feb. 12. The activity was open to all who wanted to attend, and the instructors from the Younique Foundation Education Program […]