Correction:

October 5, 2009

Reading Time: < 1 minute In the Sept. 28 issue of the UVU Review in the article titled “The Least Marketable Jobs of 2009,” it was stated that “enrollment in the school of Humanities and Social Sciences has decreased by 10.5 percent.” This was incorrect; the official third week enrollment report shows enrollments in the College of Humanities and Social […]

Exchange Club to welcome 88-year-old war veteran

October 5, 2009

Reading Time: < 1 minute 88-year-old retired Colonel Jack L. Tueller will be sharing stories and playing his trumpet at this week’s meeting of the Exchange Club of Utah Valley. The breakfast gathering will be held on  Wednesday, Sept. 30, 2009 at 7:30 a.m. at Mimi’s Café in Orem. All interested community members are invited to attend. Colonel Tueller served […]

Eating at In ‘N Out Doesn’t Make You a Californian

October 5, 2009

Reading Time: 2 minutes Hey buddy, Jonny Poole here. Just wanted to drop a quick line to you and all the other Utah natives out there so that there’s no confusion in the upcoming months. See, now that In ‘N Out Burger is officially constructing locations in Utah, I know it must be tough to remember that you’re not […]

Bethesda Wants You to Get Wet

October 5, 2009

Reading Time: 2 minutes Bethesda Software is known far and wide for its incredibly deep, varied and story-driven games. Just so you know, their latest offering – Wet – fits into none of these categories. As a matter of fact, Wet fits into a strange, almost paradoxical subset of games that can be categorized as fun but not necessarily good. Based […]

Get ready to be thrilled

October 5, 2009

Reading Time: 2 minutes Odyssey Dance Company brings its annual Halloween show to Provo Are you ready for an electrifying show full of gripping adventures and wild moves? You’re in luck! Once again, the highly acclaimed Odyssey Dance Studio is having their “Thriller” Show Oct. 7-10, the perfect time for a wicked Halloween show. This is the twelfth year […]

Picking the perfect pumpkin

October 5, 2009

Reading Time: 2 minutes There is something magical about the autumn season –  the leaves changing into brilliant colors and a cool breeze floating in the air. The holiday season really begins to take off as preparations for Halloween begin. What began as an Irish custom of carving gourds and turnips became a well loved tradition of pumpkin carving […]

Voices hung from a clothesline

October 5, 2009

Reading Time: < 1 minute The Clothesline Project took place in the UVU Grande Ballroom on Oct. 1 and 2 in order to increase awareness during domestic violence awareness month. Over 900 uncensored shirts were displayed describing the stories of survivors of physical, mental and sexual abuse in Utah County.

Mothers without borders

October 5, 2009

Reading Time: < 1 minute Mothers Without Borders is holding their fourth annual fundraiser boutique to benefit orphans of Zambia on Nov. 6 – 7 at Mellor Hidden Meadows Reception Center in Lehi. Proceeds raised from the handmade items sold at the boutique will go towards relieving hardships faced by the children in this less fortunate African country. Entry to […]

Save UVU Girl

October 5, 2009

Reading Time: 2 minutes International students strive to raise $350,000 before it is too late for Urangoo Baatarkhuyag who was diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia Sept. 5. Moving to Utah when she was just eighteen from Mongolia, Baatarkhuyag graduated from UVU last year in engineering/drafting with honors. She was friends with most of the international students and went out […]