Hoagies with Holland highlights a year of success and growth at UVU

April 20, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes The annual Hoagies with Holland event was held April 20 in the Grande Ballroom. President Matthew S. Holland covers the legislative season and gives a review of the past year for UVU while faculty and staff eat sandwiches. Holland assured everyone in attendance that the event would not be switched to Haggis with Holland in […]

Five new master’s degrees approved by Board of Trustees

March 30, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes The addition of five new master’s degrees was approved by the Board of Trustees March 30. This will potentially bring the total number of graduate degrees offered by the university to eight. The proposed degrees are Master of Computer Science; Master of Public Service; Master of Social Work; Master of Accountancy; and Master of Science […]

Arts building approved by the legislature

March 11, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes At the conclusion of the 2016 legislative session the $32 million dollars needed for the arts building was approved by the legislature. UVU will receive money for the building over the next two years. Architectural plans will be completed this fall and the groundbreaking for the facility is projected to happen in November. “We believe […]

UVUSA debate takes Centre Stage

March 2, 2016

Reading Time: 3 minutes It was an hour of tension, drama and surprise, particularly for the candidates who were under fire from the moderators and the audience. The most shocking moment in the debate was when Jared Stirland, one of the four presidential candidates and the news editor for The Review, withdrew his name from the race. “I never […]

Police blotter

January 6, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes To report an incident to the UVU police department call, (801) 863-5555 Two-car collision Dec. 08- Police officers responded to a traffic accident in Parking Lot 3. No injuries were reported. The officer collected information from the drivers and filed a traffic accident report. Lost property Dec. 08- A wallet was reported missing. Information was […]

LDS handbook policy has real-life affect on students

November 16, 2015

Reading Time: 4 minutes When Kasey Johnson and her wife heard about the LDS handbook policy change they were stunned and began looking into whether or not it was a rumor or if the church had legitimately issued it. “When we found out that it had, the dialogue between us was surrounding the fact that we have three children […]

LDS handbook leak creates stir on social media

November 6, 2015

Reading Time: 2 minutes Carrie Laudie | Editor in Chief Policy changes for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints listed in Handbook 1, a resource used for lay clergy in the church, were leaked on Thursday, Nov. 5. The document was posted on the Facebook page of John Dehlin, a former member of the LDS church and creator […]

Student housing shortage

August 24, 2015

Reading Time: 2 minutes Cardboard boxes available at Wal-mart   Carrie Laudie | Editor-in-Chief | @carrielaudie Photo credit: Brooke Morrill | Photo Editor | @brookemorrill   Most of the student-housing apartment complexes are full, but students are continuing to be admitted to UVU. As of August 18, admissions and enrollment is up 3.38 percent from this time in 2014. […]

UVU programs ranked in top 15

August 24, 2015

Reading Time: < 1 minute Four programs receive ranking for combination of quality and cost   Carrie Laudie | Editor in Chief | @carrielaudie   For the second time this summer, UVU has been ranked as one of the most affordable schools in the U.S. In June, UVU was named in the top 100 most affordable online colleges by Great […]