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“Hope for Peru” finally finished

The efforts of Utah Valley State College students have finally paid off. Facebook pages, dances, hallway tables, popcorn, posters, fliers, and petitions to local businesses were just a few of the ways that students raised money to send help to earthquake victims in Peru.

Tech-terrorism

“We are anonymous. We are Legion. We do not forgive. We do not forget. Expect us.” So ends an eerie video by a group of hackers calling themselves “Anonymous,” which puts the Church of Scientology on notice.

What’s in a name?

Titles for the teaching faculty at UVSC range from adjunct to professor, with many others in between. How faculty members get these titles and the qualifications for them are widely unknown to students. But these titles do make a difference for students.

Looking back at 2007- a year of change for Utah Valley State

When a year comes to an end and a new one begins, we tend to survey the past year’s accomplishments and failures. Looking back over 2007, we see that it has been a remarkable year for our beloved Utah Valley State College. From Senate Bill 70 and the Fulton challenge to new degrees and greater enrollment, UVSC has seen it’s fair share of triumphs.