Revisiting the women’s basketball season

April 21, 2014

Reading Time: 2 minutes Chaz Bodily, @chizzle03, Writer The expectations for the women’s basketball team to begin the season were that it would be a young and hungry team that would be competitive in a lot of games, but ultimately they were predicted to finish towards the bottom of their conference in the overall standings.  With Seniors Whitney Jenkins and […]

Old Towne Grill

September 24, 2013

Reading Time: 3 minutes Old Towne Grill Blake’s Review: Old Towne Grill is doing some amazing things for the food scene in downtown Provo. You’ve probably seen them at Taste of the Valley where they won first place last year after being open just 11 days. Or perhaps you’ve seen their mobile barbeque trailer at events around UVU and […]

WAC coaches tab Wolverines to finish second

August 25, 2013

Reading Time: 3 minutes Kyle Spencer, Sports Editor, @kyledspencer Adding 10 new players to a roster often translates to the beginning of a strenuous rebuilding process for collegiate coaches. UVU women’s soccer head coach Brent Anderson believes his team can buck the trend despite the fact that it returns only six starters from last season. “I think that we’ve […]

A Message From the Student Body President

July 15, 2013

Reading Time: 2 minutes   I’m Jono Andrews and the current Student Body President. I’ve been a wolverine since 2007! While playing lacrosse for UVU I realized how important it is to be involved with this school. Since being elected into this position my team and I have worked diligently to making sure the school year of 2013-2014 will […]

Trust me, I’m a senior

July 15, 2013

Reading Time: 3 minutes     By Alex Sousa, Managing Editor, @TwoFistedSousa   When I enrolled at UVU, it wasn’t UVU yet. The national debt was only $8.5 trillion, the iPhone didn’t exist, and “It’s Hard Out Here for a Pimp” had just won an Oscar.   I had a soul patch, I still remembered the name of my […]

How to keep a “social” pulse on campus life

July 15, 2013

Reading Time: 2 minutes   Email is just too much of a hassle for many students to keep up on what’s going on campus, so we have put together a list of our recommended social media profiles you should be following to make your college life that much better.   Facebook Utah Valley University official Facebook page (  UVU […]

UVU’s Got Your Back

July 15, 2013

Reading Time: 2 minutes By Brittany Plothow, @brittanyplo   School can be stressful and overwhelming which can lead to health issues. Luckily, UVU has a system of student services to help. Many higher education institutions require students to purchase a health insurance package, UVU does not. What UVU does have is low cost physical and mental health services available […]

Where to eat at UVU

July 15, 2013

Reading Time: 2 minutes By Cameron Simek     We’re getting a Taco Bell!   That’s the big news for the semester. It’s moving in to a diverse student dining area, including other restaurants like Costa Vida, Pizza Hut, and Subway. But food on campus doesn’t just have to be the big names, though they are good. UVU offers […]

What to do at UVU

July 15, 2013

Reading Time: 2 minutes   By Cameron Simek   So you’ve made the big decision of picking a school, and you may be wondering what there is to do now that you’re here. Fret not; we are here to help you find some activities just for you.   Our school is full of fun things to do on a […]

Governor Herbert signs medical legislation

July 1, 2013

Reading Time: 2 minutes Paola Vaughan, Staff Writer, @paovaughan2010     On June 14, three pieces of new medical legislation were signed at a ceremony hosted by the University of Utah. At the event, Governor Gary R. Herbert held a roundtable discussion from pre-med students up to medical school alumni.   The programs which were signed into effect included […]