Safety First: UVU faculty and students discuss campus violence, how to prevent it

February 8, 2018

Reading Time: < 1 minute Photo by Michelle Rivas Students and faculty members discussed campus violence prevention as part of the Diversity Dialogue discussion series organized by the Multicultural Student Council Feb. 8. The series serves to provide a safe space to explore solutions to prevalent issues, including the prevention of assault, potential obstacles when reporting violence and to help […]

Negotiating with North Korea, understanding the method behind the madness

November 16, 2017

Reading Time: 2 minutes Photo by Maricel Evangelista North Korea’s current negotiating tactics were addressed by award-winning Department of Defense executive and former CIA negotiator, Alan Liotta, Nov. 15 in the Classroom Building. Liotta addressed questions many have about North Korea, such as its relationship with Russia and China, possible reunification with South Korea, the legitimacy of their threats […]

Sexual assault proves to be an issue even in happy valley

October 11, 2017

Reading Time: < 1 minute Photo by Sammie Jo Raymond With 2015 studies showing the amount of reported rapes in Utah exceeding the national average, a group of UVU students and faculty members met together to discuss the prevalence of sexual assault in Utah Oct. 11 in the Sorensen Center. The discussion was held as part of the Real Talk […]

National issues discussed at Constitution Week lectures

September 25, 2017

Reading Time: 2 minutes Illustration by Tyler Carpenter Scholars and students gathered for four different panels to discuss free markets, property takings, economic policy in the era of President Trump and more as part of the Constitution Week Conference Sept 21. The panelists consisted of scholars from diverse political backgrounds which allowed for open and inclusive conversations. The Trump […]