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UVSC Contemporary Dance Ensemble performs “Resilire”

Coming soon: an opportunity to see a dance program recently presented in New York City Members of UVSC’s contemporary dance ensemble under the direction of Professor Doris Trujillo will perform her original choreographic work "Resilire," during the second week of November. "Resilire" is "a study in impulse, propagation and reaction […] played against a dissonant, […]

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Former President Clinton to visit Utah

Presidential candidate Hillary Clinton had a planned fund-raiser stop in Utah that was scheduled for Oct 23, but had to reschedule the visit due to conflicts in her schedule. Instead she is sending former President Bill Clinton in her place on Nov. 4 for a fundraising campaign in Park City. Attendance costs $2,300. Plans for […]

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Business plan competition

The Utah Valley State College "Business Plan Competition" is a competition that is available to all UVSC students. Teams will present a business plan to a panel of judges. The judges determine the winner by a list of criteria: company, product and service, marketing strategy, management team and financial strategy. Winners will receive a cash […]

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Mental health expert sheds “light” on trauma victims

Students of mental health as well as professionals in the field heard from a well-known specialist in the treatment of psychological abuse and trauma, in a seminar sponsored by UVSC conferences and workshops. On Oct. 18, Dr. Bill Tollefson, Ph.D., came to UVSC to present "Lessons In Light," a seminar focused on the path a […]

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What people wish they knew about business

Benjamin Gould came to UVSC to share his knowledge, experiences and secrets of success with students Thursday, Sept. 27, in the Ragan Theater. Gould is the president and chief executive officer of Mstar Metro, a Salt Lake City-based Internet, phone and cable provider. Since graduating from UVSC, he has been working for 17 years in […]

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Kader speaks on the Iraq War

What is at stake in Iraq for America? This was the central question in Omar Kader’s speech that he shared with students, professors and community members on the UVSC campus, Oct. 16. The speech was sponsored by the Ethics Center. Referring to the book, The Matador’s Cape by Stephen Holmes, Kader said the book gives […]

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Calling for art donations for charity

Habitat for Humanity of Utah County recently announced its first art auction, scheduled for early December 2007.The organization is currently calling for art submissions from local artists to donate to this event.The art auction, which includes both a live auction and a silent auction, is scheduled at the Coleman Art Gallery in Provo on Dec.

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Utah exhibits warming trend

Global warming has become a forefront issue in politics and in government policy recently, and Utah is trying to take action against the growing problem. A report released Oct. 9 projects that Utah is warming faster than any other place in the entire world, besides the arctic.This statement was released in the Blue Ribbon Advisory […]

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Faculty and their pets make a difference

In recent years, the number of organizations dedicated to volunteer work worldwide has increased considerably; alongside this has come a wide expansion in diversity. Delta Society is an international, non-profit organization with a unique mission. Utilizing professionally trained therapy animals, Delta Society is dedicated to providing medical support to millions of Americans suffering from physical […]

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UVSC enrollment shows increase

Of all the public institutions of higher education in Utah, UVSC has had the second greatest percentage growth in enrollment numbers this year, according to the Utah System of Higher Education. The enrollment review, conducted at all 10 of Utah’s public higher education institutions, showed an overall 0.09 percent decrease in higher education students throughout […]

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