The Review had a chance to interview 4th Congressional Representative Burgess Owens where he discussed his vision for a second term in Congress that ranged from the national debt, water, education and addressed controversies over excluding January Walker from debate.
UVU hosted the Growth and Prosperity summit that saw business and political leaders from across the state gather to converse on the subject of economic success of Utah County.
The Center for Global and Intercultural Engagement provides breakfast for students within their office in an attempt to include more students all around campus.
Fourth Congressional District candidate Darlene McDonald addresses the recent controversy of excluding January Walker in a rescheduled debate, also sharing her vision for the state.
UVU has announced a new soccer stadium to be called the “UCCU Stadium,” after being given a large sum by Utah Community Credit Union.
The Review had a chance to sit down with January Walker, the United Utah candidate for the 4th congressional district of the State of Utah, and discussed her vision for the state and her vision for reaching across partisan boundaries in Congress.
A letter in which the Editor-In-Chief wishes to express the importance of voting and to encourage all to vote in the forthcoming election.
A conference years in the making, the “Why It Matters” UN Conference convened and began at UVU, beginning three days worth of discussions on the UN’s sustainable development goals.