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Ground breaking on Scott C. Keller Building continues UVU’s expansion

The long-awaited Scott C. Keller Building at Utah Valley University is underway. Hundreds gathered in attendance Veterans Day, Monday, Nov. 11, to witness the groundbreaking of the soon to be the newest building on campus.

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Utah Women’s and Leadership Project

In an effort to motivate women leadership in the community, women leaders gathered in the Sorenson Center to attend the Utah Women’s and Leadership Project titled “Utah Women, Giving, and Identity: The Complexity of Philanthropy in Utah.” UWLP’s is a statewide initiative hosted at UVU.  “Since I’ve been attending these events I have been able […]

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Vietnam veterans share memories of war and brotherhood with students

Vietnam War veterans came to the UVU Ballroom on Tuesday morning to discuss their experiences and feelings as military veterans to visiting high school and junior high students. About 400 students from Springville High School, Canyon View Junior High and Lehi High School filled the ballroom to hear the panelists, Todd Frye, William (Bill) Kushner, […]

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Inside Wolverine of the Week

Last fall, UVUSA Executive Vice President Brylee Bromley launched a campaign called Wolverine of the Week. While attending a conference at Disney World, Bromley and the previous executive council were able to witness Disney give an abundance of recognition to their cast members for their hard work. As they were walking through the underground tunnels […]

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Protestors, speakers at Environmental Ethics Symposium strive for open conversations

“We think conservation is a big issue that should be educated about, but also the rights of individual animals, as well as species, should be something that is also discussed. Not just how humans can help conservation efforts,” Nicasio Nango said.

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Student Journalists at UVU win appeals against Campus Police

The Utah State Records Committee voted that the UVU Police Department could no longer charge a fee for student reporters at the UVU Review to access incident reports, on Oct. 10, ending a yearlong appeals battle.  Prior to the fall of 2017, access to the initial contacts reports was free of charge, however, a change […]

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Your voice matters: UVUSA wants to increase voter involvement from students

UVU Student Association, led by UVUSA Chief Justice Candyce Damron, hosted a voter initiative event on Thursday, Oct. 24 to spread the message that each voice matters. Each student on campus was represented by the lining up of 41,000 flags along the Fulton Library courtyard, as well as the Student Life and Wellness Center courtyard. […]

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Trunk or Treat brings out Utah Valley’s families

Despite the bitter cold young superheroes, witches and ninjas came alongside their parents to Utah Valley University’s annual trunk-or-treat during non-traditional student week held Monday, Oct. 28. The children enjoyed going from car to car collecting candy before heading to the Wee Care Childcare building for some hot chocolate and donuts. Many clubs and departments […]

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The Clothesline Project becomes increasingly relevant for “Happy Valley”

“We often think of Utah as “Happy Valley” a generally safe place,” said Hayden Brooks. “But we can see at our school and in our community sexual violence and abuse is a reality, we must educate people that this is a real thing.”

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One year of UVX in Utah Valley

From Draper to Payson, and Saratoga Springs to Provo, UVU students are contributing to the growth of Utah County’s public transportation. An example of this is the recent success of the Utah Valley Express (UVX) buses, which are now finishing up their first year of operation. In the beginning usage of the new transportation line, […]

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