Reading Time: 2 minutes This year’s Martin Luther King Jr. Commemoration will focus on civil rights. The Commemoration Advisory Board is now accepting proposals for the celebration. The primary focus for the proposals should be able to expand into civil rights issues. Accepted proposals will be incorporated into the Martin Luther King Jr.
Reading Time: 2 minutes We face many mysteries in life. Especially at this time of the year, the paranormal is brought to our attention. There are groups all over the world whose goals are investigation and research of paranormal activity. Clarissa Vazquez, cofounder of CCPI Paranormal Investigations, who investigate Western Colorado and Eastern Utah, spoke with UVU REVIEW.
Reading Time: < 1 minutes Confusion about thoughts and feelings regarding mental illness is natural, but National Alliance on Mental Illness (NAMI) is here to help. Last week was mental health awareness week, during which the NAMI club continued to work on breaking the stigma of mental illness.
Reading Time: < 1 minutes Through the guest author reading series, one of the most prolific authors of our time is coming to campus Oct. 14 at 1 p.m. Ed McClanahan’s writing has been hailed as “a triumph of humor, wisdom, and language.” McClanahan will be reading from his most recent book release, “O the Clear Moment.
Reading Time: < 1 minutes Get published. Every student on campus has the opportunity to be a published author. “Crescat Scientia” is UVU’s annual journal of history. Established in 2003, the journal is open to both students and staff. The open submission process goes through mid-spring 2009.
Reading Time: < 1 minutes It’s time for the semiannual intramural scavenger hunt. This timeless tradition is a fun opportunity for one team to get some extra cash. The first team to turn in all of the items from the list will win $300. The scavenger hunt six-category list ranges from super easy to super tough.
Reading Time: < 1 minutes The developmental math department has developed Math Pass, an independent study program to help students who are struggling in math. Currently there are four options for the Math Pass program.