Fuel into the danger zone

June 8, 2009

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hill Air Force Base’s F-16 Fighting Falcons command a lot of attention. But even the most grandiose of jets get a little dependent when it comes to its missions – whether combat or practice – and that is where U.S. Air Force KC-135 Stratotanker refueling aircrafts come into play.

A year to remember

April 20, 2009

Reading Time: < 1 minute The first year of schooling at Utah Valley University approaches an end after many ups, downs and everything in between. The transition took a concerted effort on the part of many people, no one person deserving much more credit than another. The reality of university status is upon this institution after all the effort; as much effort will be requisite to carry the university to elite status.

Editorial: UVU Review’s response to the confession

April 6, 2009

Reading Time: 3 minutes Explanation regarding the missing newspapers and what they were used for. We are a local, non-profit organization working with at-risk youth. Hundreds of newspapers were required to facilitate an activity for our parent conference. We were under the impression that UVU Review was a daily publication.

Arches: Ultimate advertising opportunity

March 30, 2009

Reading Time: 2 minutes Arches National Park became the first national park to capitalize on former Pres. Bush’s lame duck loosening of environmental safeguards. They will now hold auctions that will allow advertisers access to the red-rocked tourist destination. Delicate Arch, the longstanding symbol of Utah, stands to be the big-ticket real estate.

Toolson gives back to the fan(s)

March 30, 2009

Reading Time: < 1 minute In a tribute to the fan(s), Ryan Toolson’s season total of 666 points matched the attendance over the season at the games. The 23.8 per game clip is great as far as scoring goes, but wasn’t quite the crowd level that Director of Athletics Mike Jacobsen had hoped for.

Holland appointed new president

March 2, 2009

Reading Time: 2 minutes The State Board of Regents, Friday selected Dr. Matthew S.
Holland as the 6th president of Utah Valley University (UVU). He is an
associate professor of Political Science at Brigham Young University.
Dr. Holland will assume his duties July 1, 2009. He succeeds President
William Sederburg, who was named Commissioner of Higher Education in
August 2008.

Exiled to the indoors

December 8, 2008

Reading Time: 2 minutes Winter comes bearing gifts of relaxation, snow-capped mountains, and a break from the school load. But, it also brings the type of chilling weather that exiles one to the indoors. These are days in which sleet defaces the slopes at the resort, when the roads become crystallized with ice — and it is realized that the closet is sans suitable warm clothing.

Toolson misses two free throws

November 24, 2008

Reading Time: < 1 minute Greg Maddux won a Gold Glove. The Republican Party won in our consistently red state. The Simpsons entertain on a weekly basis. These are things we expect. Tuesday night, the unexpected happened. It involved Ryan Toolson, UVU’s star of the hardwood. No, it wasn’t his jaw-dropping offensive output of 41 points, but it was a charity stripe that proved not so charitable.

Hillary Clinton in Utah

November 3, 2008

Reading Time: 2 minutes Utah took steps past fly-over state status and welcomed political heavyweight Sen. Hillary Clinton (D-NY) to the consistently red state in the midst of this heated election season. The former presidential candidate used the opportunity to lend her support to the Utah Democratic Party in the elections on both the local and national levels.