Author: McKhelyn Jones

Editor in Chief and life-long student
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Police Reports

Assault | 10/04/19 — 8:12 a.m. An officer responded to a delayed call of an assault that took place in the UVU parking garage. The complainant said that her daughter called her and said that a male pushed her. The officer reached out to the student and recorded information about the suspect, but it was […]

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Students take center stage as UVU’s Noorda Center for the Performing Arts opens

The performing arts at UVU are now “literally on the map” because of the addition of the soon-to-be-open Noorda Center for the Performing Arts, according to Linda Moore, assistant dean of the School of the Arts. “The Noorda” — the center’s common name — is a $58 million building specifically designed for students earning their […]

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Wendy’s UVU location debuted after much anticipation

After nearly 10 years of waiting, Wendy’s franchise owners Herb and Kim Pumphrey achieved their goal of opening a new location at UVU. The restaurant officially opened Monday, Jan. 7 when classes resumed for the spring semester.  Before the grand opening, Wendy’s held a soft open Jan. 2, which generated over $1,000 in profits, even […]

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Dining Services experienced most profitable year in 2018

Since the addition of Panda Express and Chick-fil-A, Dining Services experienced its most profitable year-to-date after several structural changes were made to the program, including the removal of the Valley View Cafeteria. It increased total dining revenue to $1.2 million in 2018, which was up from $186,000 during the 2017-18 year. These are the first […]

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UVU student housing proposition divided by one vote

Tight race cannot be declared until mail-in and absentee ballots counted Proposition 5, the Orem referendum to re-zone the Palos Verdes neighborhood for student housing, is ahead for those in favor by one vote at the latest count. Currently, the votes for the measure are standing at 7,138 while the votes against are at 7,137; […]

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Opinions

Interfaith work strives to build bridges between religions

The following is a letter to the editor sent to the UVU Review. Dear UVU, On October 27th, 11 people were murdered at the Tree of Life Synagogue in Pittsburg, Pa., while celebrating weekly Shabbat. This was the deadliest anti-semitic attack ever committed against Jewish people in American history. In the wake of this heinous […]

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UVU, Melissa Frost reach settlement in wrongful termination dispute

UVU and Melissa Frost reached a settlement regarding Frost’s wrongful termination lawsuit filed in May 2018 and filed a motion to dismiss the lawsuit as a condition of the settlement. The motion to dismiss was filed in the Utah’s Third District Court in Salt Lake City Oct. 26 and says that each party must pay […]

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Woodbury, PEG addressed Prop 5 concerns ahead of vote

Proposition 5, the referendum containing the proposed PD-48 zone change to develop student housing in the Palos Verdes neighborhood, only affects this project, according to Taylor Woodbury and Kyle Jardine. Woodbury is the COO of Woodbury Corp, and Jardine is the development manager of PEG Development. The proposed zone change will allow the developers to […]

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Let Orem Vote asks for investigation into UVU by lieutenant governor

David Irvine, an attorney for the political issues committee Let Orem Vote, filed a complaint on Oct. 10 of “electioneering” to Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox against UVU regarding its position on the Palos Verdes student housing development. Let Orem Vote opposes the student housing development and successfully petitioned Orem City to place the rezoning of […]

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Op-ed: People of all faiths are welcome at UVU

Editors note: This letter to the editor was written by a current UVU faculty member regarding a professor’s resignation for writing an anti-Muslim message to students. I am sure that Professor Green was a good teacher. The awards he won throughout his career at UVU speak to his commitment to students and their education. It […]

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