Vagina Monologues selects beneficiary

Each year a local beneficiary is chosen and spotlighted. The beneficiaries of The Vagina Monologues ticket sales have been Turning Point at UVSC, Promise for Women and Children, the Donner/Galbraith Scholarship, House of Hope, and this year’s Center for Women and Children in Crisis.

Impulsive drivers take action

A number of criminal mischief reports have come into the campus police where students feel that damage to their cars has come as retaliation from angry drivers who they may have taken a parking spot from or cut off.

Paying the price of university

July 1, UVSC will take the next step in its evolution, becoming the newest university in the state. This long anticipated upgrade has prompted a lot of questions within the student body, and most of all they are asking, “How much will this cost me?”

Options grow for commuters

When the new Utah Transit Authority express bus route 808 began last fall, not only did students start taking the route, but faculty and staff members started to participate as well.

Another transition for university status

With the transition to university status, the school’s Web site received a major facelift and, along with it, a new name.
Prior to the actual switch over to a university, the school launched the home page of its new university Web site:

Ambassador of Nepal to speak at UVSC

Ambassador Madhu Raman Acharya of Nepal is coming to UVSC February 21. Acharya will speak to two UVSC classes, Thursday, February 21, at 10 a.m. in professor’s Keith Snedegar class, “The Nature of History,” in LA 124 on the development of history in Nepal; and on Thursday, February 21, at 11:30 a.m. in professor Scott Williams’s class, “Programming,” in GT 511H on trekking business in Nepal.