Konner Frey doesn’t want to settle for just average

February 23, 2016

Reading Time: 3 minutes Family and fear motivate junior forward to do great things UVU forward Konner Frey has become known for the intense and awesome faces he makes during a game but he is more than just a photogenic basketball player. He is an athlete with a passion to win and a family man. The junior out of […]

New Years Resolutions for UVU athletic teams

January 4, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes With a new year, comes this idea and hope that we can all start new. We treat Dec. 31 and Jan. 1 as if there is a massive divide between the two and that one day is so much different than the last. Jan. 1 is the time to start unhealthy crash diets, get to […]

It’s all about the family during the holidays for UVU student athletes

December 14, 2015

Reading Time: 2 minutes Going to temple square, races highlight just a few traditions for two athletes While there are many different holidays around this time of year that people celebrate, the overwhelming majority celebrates Christmas whether it is in a spiritual or commercial sense. That is no exception for the Utah Valley University student-athletes. During this time of […]

MAWLD by a cougar

December 14, 2015

Reading Time: 2 minutes After recent events and time to mentally and physically recover from a recent attack by a mascot, I’ve decided it is my personal responsibility to warn my fellow students and fellow fans of the dangers of school mascots. Now, I believe that Willy, even though he is a wolverine, who by nature is a ferocious […]

Forgotten Carols scholarship helps students

December 11, 2015

Reading Time: 2 minutes Jessica Allen| Assistant Sports Editor Four UVU students were honored at the Forgotten Carols event held at the UCCU center Nov. 30. The evening included a meal for approximately 80 attendees and then VIP seating at the musical performance held right after. The Forgotten Carols Scholarship is open to those students who maintain a 3.0 GPA, […]

Managing time is the key to acclimation

November 30, 2015

Reading Time: 2 minutes UVU basketball player Telly Davenport adjusts from high school to college The transition from high school to college for any freshman can be a tough one but add in college athletics and it brings it to a whole other level. For many freshmen, college is the first time they are on their own away from […]

Student Athletes volunteer time to engage with refugees

November 4, 2015

Reading Time: 2 minutes Jessica Allen | Assistant sports editor | @Jessdaleallen Because He First Loved Us is a “relational ministry to refugee families to meet spiritual, educational and, practical needs through child and family mentoring and resource networking.” Utah Valley University students and student athletes had the chance to partner with BHFLU to host 25 Kenyan refugees on Saturday, Oct. 24 to engage in learning and athletics. The refugees […]

Who has the best game-day apparel?

October 26, 2015

Reading Time: 3 minutes Jessica Allen | Assistant Sports Editor | @Jessdaleallen Sports Column With Halloween right around the corner, I’ve been thinking a lot about the costumes you see fans wearing on game day. We have all seen fans painting faces, wearing the teams’ colors or wearing those skin suits that cover your face and prevent you from breathing […]

Monday Night Football vs. Family Home Evening

October 12, 2015

Reading Time: 3 minutes Jessica Allen | Assistant Sports Editor | @Jessdaleallen Sports Column According to the website for The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints “Family home evening is a time to strengthen family ties. We do this by learning the gospel together, by listening to each other’s feelings, thoughts and ideas, and by enjoying activities together. It is […]