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Royal Heroes of UVU: Children’s champions

Established last fall in 2018, Royal Heroes of UVU is an organization that makes visits to children at local hospitals or community events as princesses and heroes, they also host fundraisers and events for pediatric cancer research. Members of Royal Heroes club don’t just dress up for Halloween .“We make a difference in kids’ lives. […]

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Animation Club: Frame by frame

From classic 2D animation to 3D game design, the Animation Club holds warm-ups, trainings, and activities centered on helping members hone in their talents. “The people who started the animation club, most of us have all started from the Game Design Animation degree here at UVU. It was actually one of our classes that we […]

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Jump in with the Jump Rope Club

From double dutch to Chinese wheel, this jump rope club at UVU incorporates a variety of jump roping techniques for novices and experts, inviting students to join whether they’ve jump roped for a few days or a few years. Mariah St. Jeor, Jump Rope Club President, is a junior working on her Associates in Behavioral […]

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Aikido Club: Roll with the punches

How would you like to learn a martial art that’s all about peaceful resolutions? Every Tuesday, Thursday, and Friday, students from all kinds of backgrounds gather to learn the “Art of Peace” also known as Aikido, a Japanese form of martial arts.

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Club Rush: Inside Look

Excitement buzzed at UVU’s Club Rush, held on Sept. 10-11 in the Grand Ballroom. Club themed booths and representatives answered questions and gave additional  information as they invited students to participate. “Club rush was really good! There were so many clubs I was a little overwhelmed, but there were quite a few clubs that came […]

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Meet the Ambassadors: UVU Club Ambassador Interview

About the Club Ambassadors: Rachel Nordfelt, a Club Ambassador, began her journey years ago as a freshman majoring in Family Science. Attending the Family Science Club at UVU she was interviewed for the position of President in her first meeting. As newly inducted President, Nordfelt fell in love with the Inter Club Council  meetings. She […]

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Horticulture Club Unveils Newest Campus Garden

UVU has many sights to behold that are not only pleasant to look at, but also serve a purpose to benefit students, faculty and staff. One of the newest of these is the Horticulture Club Garden. Located east of the UCCU Ballpark and southwest of the Pope Science Building, the new garden is right off […]

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UVU’s campus recreation department offers activities for any season

College isn’t only about class. Although class is important, it is equally important to do some things that are enjoyable and which can help release the stress of college life. Luckily, UVU has an awesome campus recreation department with an amazing gym, tons of intramural teams to join and an Outdoor Adventure Center. There is […]

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Get involved with UVU athletics

Women and men’s soccer will begin their season on August 13 with exhibition games; Volleyball will begin August 18 with an exhibition match against cross-town rival BYU. Men and women’s soccer and volleyball will continue to play through the following weeks as regular season starts. During the summer, free activities such as spikeball, pickleball, volleyball, […]

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Attendees encouraged to get involved on national debt issue

Convention of states is one method of addressing government problems   The UVU chapter of Turning Point USA’s presentation held on March 6, in the Sorensen Center, encouraged students to get involved with the problem of the U.S. national debt by suggesting students use a convention of states, in an attempt to force the federal […]

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