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Orem City Council candidate talks to UVU students about upcoming election

“There are many things that affect their everyday lives, things like affordable housing and zoning rights, bikeability and the sustainability of a city. It’s something that matters to a new voter or someone who just turned 18, because these are the people that are going to be living in the city the longest.

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First Generation Conference

UVU hosts the second annual First-Generation Conference, offering perspective high school seniors information on the transition to higher education.  The conference was held by UVU’s Prospective Student Services on Oct. 10, with over 300 first-generation seniors attending from around the state. Students in attendance heard from keynote speakers, student panels and also participated in workshop […]

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Botany Major Tyler Hacking showcases his year-long study in the field of plant research
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Students Researchers present at the UVU 2019 Showcase of Undergraduate Scholarly and Creative Works

Each year, thousands of UVU students are involved in scholarly research and creative work. On Tuesday afternoon in the Science Atrium, The Office of Teaching and Learning presented the 2019 Showcase of Undergraduate Scholarly and Creative Work.  Students and faculty members filled the Science Atrium as undergraduates used investigative tools and poster boards to display […]

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UVU hosts third annual Suicide Prevention Conference

Over 500 community members and students attended the third annual Suicide Prevention Conferences Hosted by Utah Valley University held on Oct. 4. Keynote speaker and author Craig Miller gave a personal opening address about his own experience with mental illness and suicide. The room fell silent as Miller shared his own touching experience from youth […]

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UVU students retreat to the Capitol Reef Field Station

The Outdoor Adventure Center (OAC), in conjunction with the Student Life and Wellness Center, spent Sept. 26 through Sept. 29 at the Capitol Reef Field Station (CRFS) in a four day mindfulness retreat. The two centers offered the retreat as a getaway for students who wanted to experience a formal mindfulness and meditation retreat, as […]

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Wolverines soccer sweep matches on homecoming weekend

“We had a tremendous crowd tonight on homecoming for both the women’s game and the men’s game tonight,” said UVU men’s head coach Greg Maas. “I was really excited, obviously they gave us a lot of energy and our guys love to play here on Clyde Field in front of our Den.”

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UVU announces $17.7 million donation from doTERRA

“At doTERRA we feel an affinity with Utah Valley University,” the press release quoted Stirling as saying. “More than 500 of our current employees attend UVU. Plus, we have many employees who graduated from UVU or have children at the university. This donation gives us the opportunity to support a variety of UVU academic, athletic, and art-based programs over the next 10 years.”

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Students empty free Pepsi machines

UVU’s Homecoming week is here and with it came free Pepsi soda. Free Pepsi and Diet Pepsi drinks filled three different vending machines on campus this morning for any UVU students. Michael Simister, an Exercise Science major, walked slowly around the machine considering the available drinks. “I’m a sprite guy. But hey, it’s free,” Simister […]

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UVU crowns a new queen

Kadee Jo Jones was crowned Miss UVU 2020 on Monday, Sept. 23. On top of receiving the title Miss UVU, Jones also received a full scholarship and $2,000 for her campaign. The pageant was held in the Ragan Theater on Monday night. Taylor Bell, the student body president, served as the guest emcee and Ashley […]

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Utah Native and LA Kings Centre returns in preseason homecoming

The highlight of the Salt Lake Shootout was not just the fact that there were two professional hockey teams playing in Utah, or that the final score was indeed a shootout at 7-5. No, it was the amount of cheers and roars from the crowd each time Lewis’s name was mentioned, and the fact that he was celebrated more for a couple assists than his teammates goals.

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