The logic of gender by Kelli D. Potter

March 15, 2022

Reading Time: 2 minutes As a part of the Roots of Knowledge Speaker Series, Kelli D. Potter spoke on the logic of gender and how different frameworks of thinking have influenced the way humans perceive gender   Potter is an associate professor of Philosophy and member of the Religious Study Board at UVU. She has several published articles on philosophy […]

Student spotlight: Deborah Colimon

February 2, 2022

Reading Time: 2 minutes One cheerful April morning, Deborah Colimon woke up and decided to buy her first house plant: she now owns 24 house plants, and treats them like they’re her children. As a student spotlight, Colimon shares her journey to Utah Valley University, her experiences here and why she believes it’s important to celebrate Black History Month.  […]

Don’t pave Utah Lake

January 10, 2022

Reading Time: 4 minutes Utah Lake has long been the subject of animated debates between locals, with topics from recreation to conservation to misinformation about the ecosystem. Now these conversations are making their way to the front page, as a new proposal forces the hand of the state legislature. In 2018, House Bill 272, also known as the “Utah […]

University snow day policy updates

January 7, 2022

Reading Time: 2 minutes As winter sets in and the days are filled with snow, Utah Valley University implements a new snow day policy. Wayne Vaught, provost senior vice president of academic affairs, Val Peterson, vice president of administration and strategic relations, and Robin Ebmeyer, director of emergency management and safety, sent out the update before the winter break. […]