The Sun Does Shine

January 18, 2021

Reading Time: 2 minutes A Story of Hope and Forgiveness The United States has experienced turmoil, broken hearts and division among governmental and pandemic difficulties. Reflecting on the powerful influence of Martin Luther King Jr. can heal much of the division felt during 2020. As we move forward the story of community educator Anthony Ray Hinton may serve as […]

Jane Goodall gives UVU students a “reason for hope”

November 20, 2020

Reading Time: 2 minutes Jane Goodall is a legendary figure in the world of anthropology, primatology and environmental activism. UVU students had the opportunity to hear Goodall speak as part of the Utah Valley University Student Association Senate Speaker Series on Tuesday, Nov. 17.  Goodall is commonly known for her profound studies in primatology. Goodall is the founder of […]

UVU Orchestra: More Than Music

October 21, 2020

Reading Time: 2 minutes The UVU Orchestra is an incredible part of UVU’s Department of Music. The Symphony Orchestra reflects the department’s four core objectives towards its mission — providing nationally competitive programs, presenting public performances, fostering an atmosphere of learning and retaining high-achieving students allows the orchestra to perform at high levels of musical wonder.  The orchestra recently […]

Aviation students remain optimistic in light of pandemic

October 3, 2020

Reading Time: 2 minutes Amid uncertainty, emotional turmoil and financial crisis the aviation students at Utah Valley University continue to remain hopeful for the future.    UVU senior Dakodta Clements describes how he has managed to maintain a positive outlook on the situation.  “I have found it helpful to get creative and look for jobs in [different] ways,” said Clements. […]