Water and growth to be high priorities in upcoming general session

January 20, 2022

Reading Time: 2 minutes Insights shared by lawmakers during a legislative information forum asserted water and growth as the highest priorities in the upcoming 2022 general session of the Utah Legislature. Hosted by the Herbert Institute for Public Policy, the legislative forum on Jan. 14 at Utah Valley University heard from Rep. Brad Wilson (R-H.D. 15), speaker of the […]

Departments seek student fee increases, student fee hearings begin

January 18, 2022

Reading Time: 2 minutes Campus Recreation and the Sorensen Student Center Operation and Management are asking the student council for increased fees to improve service quality and accommodate university-mandated wage increases.  Every year the student council meets in the beginning of January to reassess student fees and propose changes to the Presidential Council. As mentioned in a previous piece, […]

UVUSA releases schedule for student fee hearings

January 8, 2022

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Utah Valley University Student Association (UVUSA) is set to convene this week to begin the first of many hearings that will decide next year’s student fees. As mentioned by The Review in previous pieces, student fees are charges given to students on top of tuition to fund various services available on campus. These fees […]

UVUSA prepares for upcoming student fee hearings

December 13, 2021

Reading Time: 2 minutes Student fee hearings are slated for January, a date which is quickly approaching. In preparation, the Utah Valley University Student Association heard a presentation from Marissa King, director of student leadership and involvement, on what to expect and what to do during these meetings. Student fees are fees charged to students in order to give […]

Reflection Center: mental health through spiritual wellness

November 26, 2021

Reading Time: 2 minutes A study published in Sociology of Religion found that those who pray and meditate are less likely to develop symptoms of anxiety and depression. At Utah Valley University, spiritual wellness is supported by the Reflection Center. Its mission stands in supporting the many expressions of individual world-views. The SR study found that “these prayer styles […]

UVUSA trained on diversity, imposter syndrome

November 26, 2021

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Utah Valley University Student Association heard points on diversity training as a part of their growing effort for inclusion. Dok Woods, mental health therapist and an employee at the Student Health Center, presented to UVUSA in an effort to help the council with what he called the “tough conversations.” The presentation took place during […]

Student Health Center provides therapy for students

November 24, 2021

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Student Health Center is offering options to students at UVU with a variety of health services and resources to help with the everyday struggles of life. According to the Mayo Clinic Health System, 44% of college students have reported having symptoms of depression and 75% of students who deal with mental health-related issues are […]