Ten musts after graduation

April 19, 2014

Reading Time: 3 minutes The time has come. You’re finally graduating. We have all heard the looming questions from family and friends: What now? Here is a list for those who aren’t sure what to do following graduation.   1. Follow your passion. If you love cooking, try taking summer classes or get on with the Salt Lake Culinary […]

UVU Review Photo department

March 31, 2014

Reading Time: < 1 minute The UVU review photo department talks about what it’s like being a photographer for the UVU Review, things we learned, and how to get the best shot for the stories we write.

Students in need find reprieve

March 24, 2014

Reading Time: 2 minutes Photo credit: Laura Fox College students are notorious for living the “college life,” which may include eating nothing but Ramen noodles and peanut butter sandwiches for weeks, and using the free condiments on campus to make those items a bit more palatable. Some students may even experience a “food desert,” which is a geographical area […]

Flappy bird goes south…permanently

February 15, 2014

Reading Time: 2 minutes The once popular app known as ‘Flappy Bird’ is no longer available for download on smart phones and tablets. The object of the game was to navigate an 8-bit bird by tapping the screen through a maze of green pipes, earning one point per pipe passed. To the player’s lament, the bird seems to be […]

UVU Culinary Art Institute serves up success

January 21, 2014

Reading Time: 3 minutes Every culinary professor at the off-campus culinary institute is a Certified Master Chef. With a little help and a lot of practice, all culinary students are able to utilize their professor’s priceless knowledge in hopes that they too will become a culinary master. On any day, if you were to casually walk into the culinary […]

Film Is Alive and Kicking in the Find Lab

November 23, 2013

Reading Time: 3 minutes Film may seem archaic or old fashioned but it still has a depth of beauty that digital cannot compare. Film is tangible and visually grainy. Its history has ranged from documenting wars and cities to artistic Avant-garde. The medium of film can be expressive and raw or beautiful and soft. Most of Photoshop actions and […]

Selling Simplicity with Samsung’s Galaxy Gear

October 27, 2013

Reading Time: 2 minutes The new Samsung Galaxy Gear is making waves in the tech world with it’s seemingly space-age technology. The new watch-like companion to the Galaxy Note 3 works via Bluetooth and is able to make calls, manage apps, play mp3, enable voice memos, email, tweet, voice text messaging and remotely access a lost phone. The Gear […]

Local eating made easy at Provo’s local markets

October 5, 2013

Reading Time: 3 minutes The Provo Farmers Market cornucopia is flowing full this season with fresh local goods downtown at Pioneer Park. Farmers and gardeners from around the county are bringing in the seasons work to share with the fresh produce seeking consumer. Locals can browse the craft tables while having breakfast from one of the vendors. And of […]

By Laura Fox

Decadence Cafe Review

October 3, 2013

Reading Time: 3 minutes Decadence Cafe is a lovely bistro that has been around for about 2 years, just off 1600 North and State Street in Orem. It looks like your average coffee shop but with a catch-they don’t brew coffee they brew cocoa beans to make espresso and brewed hot chocolate. With this concept they were able to […]