Reading Time: 3 minutes Presidential hopeful Nikki Haley rallied supporters at a crowded UVU venue and made her case to supporters, students, and faculty on why she should be the Republican nominee for president.
Reading Time: 3 minutes As it turns out, “constitutionally protected speech” does have consequences – especially when it brings appropriate educator-student conduct and personal rights into question. ?
Reading Time: 3 minutes Utah is a cultural hotspot with new and exciting things happening left and right. Here are a few local news stories to be aware of.
Reading Time: 2 minutes The deadline to apply for graduation is quickly approaching. To help students prepare, here are important resources and information to get started.
Reading Time: 4 minutes The conversation on artificial intelligence has exploded since ChatGPT first launched Nov. 2022, and since then, its integration or lack thereof in education has been a major talking point. To help understand the topic, The Review interviewed faculty and students to see how it is shaping the classroom.
Reading Time: 2 minutes It is important to recognize Black pioneers in medicine and wellness during Black History Month and the country’s effort to appreciate the achievements of Black society.
Reading Time: 2 minutes UVU’s Black Student Union and African Diaspora Initiative provide resources for Black students to foster success and encourage the entire campus to get involved.
Reading Time: 2 minutes On Tuesday, Jan. 30, 2024, Gov. Spencer Cox signed two bills into law. H.B. 261 and H.B. 257 will limit diversity training, hiring and inclusion programs and modify restroom access based on biological sex.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Kick off Black History Month by continuing to support local Black-owned restaurants and other businesses.
Reading Time: 5 minutes “We are still growing and that is really testimony to the experience that students are having here at UVU,” boasts UVU President Astrid Tuminez in the 2024 State of the University address.