Reading Time: 2 minutes As much as everyone is ready for “April showers to bring May flowers,” all this snow means there might be something different in store for the rest of Spring. Here’s what officials are saying.
Reading Time: 2 minutes A night full of varying emotions, the Short Attention Span Theatre prompted laughs and tears, and it definitely maintained the audience’s attention.
Reading Time: 3 minutes UVU a cappella group Bloom makes UVU history in the ICCA competition as well as garnering millions of views on TikTok.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Utah Valley University held another installment in their Roots of Knowledge Speaker Series featuring Dr. Anne Arendt, Associate Dean of the College of Engineering and Technology.
Reading Time: 2 minutes In continuation of celebrating Women’s History Month, the Women’s Success Center hosted an event on March 28th where keynote speaker Trina Celeste and other mentors discussed struggles of overcoming prejudice in various fields of work.
Here is what may be keeping females out of STEM careers – and it’s not because boys are better at math, because they’re not
Reading Time: 5 minutes Certain career fields and majors are still severely gendered, even though it’s been disproven that academic advantages are embedded into XX or XY chromosomes.
Reading Time: 3 minutes Throughout history, women have invented useful gadgets to enhance space research and travel, medical research, ease practical day-to-day struggles, and so much more.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The Utah Valley University Multicultural Student Council hosted Diversity Dialogue, where students Fatoumat Konate and Sara Alam spoke on growing up in the Muslim faith.