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WAC Weekly: Closing Time

We’re pushing towards the end of November and each of the WAC winter sports are well under way, meaning it’s near closing time for WAC fall sports. There have already been champions crowned in men’s and women’s soccer, and a volleyball champion will have been decided by the end of the Nov. 22 weekend. What a run it has been for WAC fall sports in 2019!

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WAC Weekly: Winter is Here

Just like the very first WAC Weekly with fall sports, we’ll break down the preseason predictions for both men’s and women’s basketball and take a look at what may happen down the line, as well as UVU wrestling. Though the WAC does not have wrestling in the conference, UVU has boasted one of the best programs in the nation over the last couple of seasons, so the grapplers of UVU will get some well deserved recognition here.

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WAC Weekly: WAC play winners, losers, improvers and what’s next?

In three weeks’ time all postseason tournaments will have either just begun or come to a close for all fall sports. So, keep an eye out for more continued success from these winners, some possible success for our losers and potential success from the improver.

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WAC Weekly: What’s known and unknown

One obvious thing we know is, Utah Valley men’s soccer senior forward Blake Frischknecht is really, really good at scoring goals. An example of what we don’t quite know is, after New Mexico State in volleyball, whose play is for real and whose is fake?

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WAC Weekly: What to look out for

It’s time to mark these dates down — what dates exactly? The dates of WAC play beginning for each fall sport! Yes, it is finally upon us, the time where we inch closer to crowning the regular season and conference tournament champions in each sport. But first, what exactly should we be looking out for? […]

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Creer’s Column: It’s time for fair pay

The change being implemented in California is a step in the right direction, and it would be smart for state legislatures to do the same. With all of the money athletes bring into state institutions, maybe it would be nice if they could make a little money for themselves.

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Student Spotlight: Shelby Griffiths embarks on journey of self-published self-discovery

“Do not let the fear of criticism or the fear of rejection prevent you from doing what you want to do.” Shelby Griffiths UVU student Shelby Griffiths, a current English major, recently published her first poetry novel, titled Wildflower. In an interview conducted on Wednesday, Aug. 28, Griffiths described the long yet healing journey of […]

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WAC Weekly Column: The awakening of fall sports

We did it. We made it. What is it, you may be wondering? No, not the start of school but the slowest time of the sports calendar year is over with. Goodbye, dog days of mid-July and mid-August, where debates of professional athletes at AAU basketball games are the center of attention. Hello, fall sports […]

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Meet Thirty Day Bae: the ‘radical dating experiment’ shaking up Utah courtship

What if two people committed to a relationship for 30 days? A group of young adults are trying to find out, and they “mean business.”

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Fine arts students contrast light and darkness

It’s that time again — finals are looming and, for fine arts programs, this means displaying their work for all to see. Bachelor of Fine Arts students showcase their senior works at the Woodbury Art Museum.

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