Wolverine Sports Central | Season 1: Episode 4

October 4, 2022

Reading Time: < 1 minute Welcome back to Wolverine Sports Central! This week’s episode, Nathan and Gavin check in on our teams here at the university and their performance this last week. In addition to going over our own team, the two also discuss BYU’s sports and dig into the NFL as well. To keep up to date on all […]

Franz Ferdinand tours their greatest hits

August 26, 2022

Reading Time: 2 minutes The post-punk revival band, Franz Ferdinand, visits Salt Lake City with their greatest hits tour, “Hits to the Head.” Thirty minutes before the show has begun, people already fill The Complex theater, waiting for their beloved band, Franz Ferdinand, to make their entrance. Franz Ferdinand was part of the post-punk revival in the early 2000s. […]

Music Reigns at UVU’s February Open Mic

February 24, 2021

Reading Time: 2 minutes Are your passions bigger than your fears? Passion was stronger for the 11 participants of UVU’s Open Mic Night on Feb. 18, 2021. It’s one of the many events UVUSA plans throughout the year. “Open Mic Night is a monthly event that has become a highly successful tradition of UVU and brings out a different […]

Wolverines stave off Leopards to improve to 2-0

November 10, 2018

Reading Time: 2 minutes Head coach Cathy Nixon referred to UVU as “lucky.” She said they were “outplayed and very immature.” “Give all credit to [La Verne] tonight. They came to play.” As lucky and immature as they may have been, the UVU women’s basketball team was also victorious on Thursday, Nov 8. UVU defeated the University of La […]

The Wedding Singer is bright, fresh: HCT produces live musical remake of the movie

June 30, 2010

Reading Time: 3 minutes Hale Centre Theatre is currently running its production of THE WEDDING SINGER, a Broadway musical based on the 1998 film starring Adam Sandler. From the moment the multilevel, revolving Plexiglas stage lights up from beneath the floorboards, an energetic cast keeps the energy moving and doesn’t stop until the final bows during which they are […]

A growing program for digital media students

November 3, 2009

Reading Time: < 1 minute With the help of Michael Harper, an associate professor of digital media, a project called  the Katutura Podcast began a little over a year ago. Bringing two Digital Media students to Namibia, Africa who worked with a student at Polytechnic of Namibia to organize and produce a podcast for a community radio station, the Katutura […]

Laptops: Distraction or learning aid in class?

November 2, 2009

Reading Time: 2 minutes So, it looks like MacBooks are “in.” Every classroom has the handful of students that have them resolutely centered on their desks. But the person sitting behind you probably doesn’t think it’s used to benefit your academic experience. MacBooks aren’t the only perpetrators; this academic abandon seems pretty universal for the entire I-have-a-laptop-to-take-notes crowd, which […]

Will hand sanitizer do the job?

November 2, 2009

Reading Time: 2 minutes The halls are now populated with dozens of hand sanitizer stations dispensing the clear liquid that is supposed to save you from a debilitating week of missed classes resulting from swine flu. It seems self-explanatory what a hand sanitizer should do for you – sanitize your hands; in other words, get rid of all the […]