A new legislative session at the Utah State Legislature could see bills that could have an impact on money for tax-payers, more student and teacher funding, and a plan to save the Great Salt Lake.
Classified documents were discovered in the home and office of President Joe Biden. Their discovery has led to the formation of a special counsel in order to investigate the situation.
UVU’s Women Success Center held its open house on Jan. 11 to provide students with resources and services meant to boost their goals in the educational sphere.
UVU’s Creative Learning Studio, originally started in 2017 by Dr. Krista Ruggles and Dr. Suzy Cox, was nationally recognized for its incredible work supporting students pursuing teaching.
Whilst we all seemed lost in our annual festivities over the winter holidays, it’s easy to forget that the wider world was still going on. That said, as The Review welcomes students back for the new year, we have compiled a list of some of the most notable events that might have gone under your radar. Here are some of the biggest stories that took place over the winter break.
The UVUSA Student Council has begun a series of hearings that will hear from various departments across campus about the state of their student fees; four departments presented and had asked for their fees to be maintained by the eventual council proposal.
UVU student Madeline Brenchley, who helped organize a petition to keep Ethics and Values a part of the general education curriculum, speaks on what students should know about the planned revisions, the most likely outcomes, and what students should take away from her petition and education as a whole.