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Humans of UVU: Chrissy Keller

Chrissy Keller, a soon to be 2020 UVU graduate, shares her 15-year journey to graduation: Chrissy Keller, President of the Utah County Republican Women organization, U.S. representative at international folk festivals in 35 countries as the lead vocalist and mandolin player with the World Wide Association of Performing Artists (WWAPA), licensed Esthetician and makeup artist, and […]

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UVU receives $50 million from state legislature for new business building

Utah’s state legislature granted UVU $50 million for a new business building that is estimated to cost $75 million on Thursday, March 14. The building is estimated to double the existing space UVU currently has for its business students. The new building will be built south of the existing Woodbury Business Building and is projected […]

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Holland leads UVU in loss to Grand Canyon

Utah Valley University women’s basketball team faced off against Grand Canyon University, in an away game on March 3 in Phoenix, Ariz. The first quarter was rough on the Wolverines with the score ending in the Antelope’s favor, 21-14. This brought the infamous “crazy” out of our Wolverines, showing in the second half when the […]

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Jan Kickert discusses Austrian role in U.N. politics

Austrian Ambassador Jan Kickert permanent representative of Austria to the United Nations, addressed students on campus about the importance of Austria and the U.N. on Tuesday, Feb. 19. Kickert has held various positions within the Austrian government and was ambassador from Croatia to Austria until 2011. Prior to his position in the U.N., he served […]

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UVU tops Chicago State on the road

Utah Valley University’s women’s basketball team traveled to Chicago State to face off against the Cougars in WAC competition on Feb. 21. The first quarter started off with a fire in each player’s belly, ending the quarter 21-15 with UVU ahead. After a half-time rest, the players were revived and ready for the second half […]

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UVU falls to WAC leader New Mexico State

On February 14, 2019, Utah Valley University’s women’s basketball team came back from their week break to play at home against the WAC leader New Mexico State Aggies, who they fell to 72-63. Ending the first quarter, the Wolverines were behind 16-14, leaving the Aggies with a two-point lead. The margin remained the same through […]

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Students discuss federal government shutdown and border wall

Members of the Talk It Out club gathered in the Reflection Center on Thursday, Feb. 7 to discuss controversial issues in contemporary politics. Guidelines were set out before the start of the meeting to identify when the discussion had gone to a unhealthy place. The topics discussed during the meeting were the wall along the […]

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Eboo Patel speaks on religious diversity

[et_pb_section fb_built=”1″ _builder_version=”3.0.47″][et_pb_row _builder_version=”3.0.48″ background_size=”initial” background_position=”top_left” background_repeat=”repeat”][et_pb_column type=”4_4″ _builder_version=”3.0.47″ parallax=”off” parallax_method=”on”][et_pb_text _builder_version=”3.0.74″ background_size=”initial” background_position=”top_left” background_repeat=”repeat”] Eboo Patel, founder and president of Interfaith Youth Core, spoke in the Clarke Building to students about religious diversity and American civic culture on Feb. 4. Patel has worked for over 15 years to make interfaith cooperation a social norm. […]

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Women’s basketball tops Chicago State 76-61

On Jan. 26, 2019, the UVU women’s basketball team faced off against Chicago State University. Following their second win against Rio Grande Valley, on their three-game WAC road trip, the Wolverines returned home to face the Cougars. The end of the first quarter, the Wolverines led the Cougars 14 to 9, giving the Wolverines room […]

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