How to winterize your car

November 12, 2012

Reading Time: 3 minutes As the season begins to change from fall to winter, students and community members will be preparing for the coming snow in many ways, but especially in preparing their vehicles. Prior to winter, there are five parts of a vehicle that should be checked, according to Don Wilson, associate professor of the automotive technology department […]

Ultimate cures for boredom

September 24, 2012

Reading Time: 2 minutes Time and time again, I find myself with nothing to do, nowhere to go, no one to see, completely and utterly bored—not to mention broke. Just because another semester of time-consuming classes has begun doesn’t mean these precious years should fade with us stuck in a rut of nothing to do.   I have found […]

Scholarships awarded through dance competition

January 30, 2012

Reading Time: < 1 minute Competition winners of the Choreography Dance Project were awarded scholarships for their original pieces as performed by the Utah Regional Ballet on Jan. 28 at UVU.   William Domingues received the first place award of $1,000 in the Professional Division for his piece “Jiyra Musty”.  Shayla Bott took second place in the Professional Division receiving […]

‘Glimpse’ into another world

November 7, 2011

Reading Time: 2 minutes Music gives listeners an opportunity to escape into the unknown for a while. This same escape can be offered through dance, only dance guides the mind into a specific area through the interpretation of the choreography.   UVU’s Synergy Dance Team is offering a way into these unique states of mind through their upcoming performance […]

Woodbury Art Museum hosts annual Orem Big Read

October 10, 2011

Reading Time: 2 minutes Brightly colored paintings hung delicately on the white walls brought life to an otherwise plain room. Photographs, small and dark, balanced the vibrancy of the large paintings. One small anomaly, not far from the artwork, caught the eyes of the wandering audience: the artists’ family trees.   The Orem Big Read is an annual book-reading […]

PROFESSOR PROFILE: Family man Tyler Nelson to sing in Beijing

October 10, 2011

Reading Time: 4 minutes Singing opera has always been a passion for Tyler Nelson, a vocal professor at UVU, but the passion turned into chaos as his life complicated his career.   The struggle of family life combined with two active professions is a lifestyle that many claim as unsustainable. Nelson takes pride in finding success on all fronts. […]