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UVU drops final game of the BYU Invitational to Boise State

Utah Valley University took on Boise State University in the final match of the BYU Nike Invitational on Saturday afternoon. The Wolverines had better luck winning one set, after not taking any sets in either of Friday’s matches. But, would go on to lose to the Broncos three sets to one.  The standout for UVU […]

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Made of Honor: Student groups combine efforts as they seek honor code reform

“[The honor code office] is part of the reason why a lot of people enjoy and feel comfortable at BYU and choose to go there,” Smith said. “It’s not an anarchist protest or movement against the Church … we just want to bring current enforcement and actions in line with that Christlike message that the church and Honor Code Office stand for.”

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Mark Pope plans to take BYU coaching job, leaves behind UVU after four seasons

Photo courtesy of UVU Athletics Recent rumors have been confirmed to be true, as UVU’s Mark Pope is expected to take the job at BYU. Pope leaves behind UVU’s men’s basketball program after their all-time best season, racking in 25 total wins and a home record of 14-1 in 2018-2019. The feeling of a coaching […]

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BYU sweeps UVU in extras for the Crosstown Clash series

Photo by Michelle Rivas The final of a two game series was played in the Crosstown Clash at UCCU ballpark Tuesday night. Those in attendance were treated to a show of offensive output from both Utah Valley and Brigham Young University. The Cougars were able to outlast the Wolverines in extra innings 14-13. Though the […]

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Late rally sparks BYU win in rainy cross-town clash

The Utah Valley University Wolverines took on fellow Utah County foe BYU on Tuesday, March 5. After hanging on for eight innings, the Cougars pulled away late to take home the victory 5-1 in the UCCU Cross Town Clash. “We gave away too many opportunities. We haven’t struck out a lot as of late but […]

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Review: ‘Provo’s Most Eligible’ is the perfect microcosm of dating in Utah Valley

Senior Staff Writer Olivia Diaz: “Where the actual show has booze-fueled dramatics during cocktail parties, this show has glasses of apple juice. Provo’s Most Eligible definitely feels like the apple juice version of the Bachelor franchise.”

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Google hosts ‘Coding Jam’ for computer programming students

Students from BYU and UVU attended a coding competition on Sept. 19 that was hosted by Google and BYU’s Association for Computer Machinery (ACM) club. The BYU ACM club  is a chapter of the national ACM organization created for programmers. The club  invited four Google recruiters to host the event, all of whom also gave […]

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UVU Drops Cross-Town Clash To BYU

In a battle of Utah Valley’s two biggest schools, the BYU Cougars came out on top in the fourth ever matchup between the two teams in women’s soccer. It was a packed house at BYU’s South Field with a very strong green contingent to cheer on the Wolverines. UVU President Dr. Astrid S. Tuminez was […]

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UVU Rugby: BYU Coaches Transfer to UVU to Bolster Already Elite Program

UVU’s rugby team is gearing up for another great season, adding to their staff some of the most successful coaches in the history of the game. In mid-July, coaches David Smyth and Wayne Tarawhiti, previously the head and assistant coaches of BYU’s rugby team, announced they would be parting ways to coach the Wolverines. During […]

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Wolverine’s Late Inning Struggles Continue

UVU’s baseball team took on BYU March 13 in their first game back in Utah. After a hot start and a few early leads, the Wolverines could not hold on and lost 9-3. Kaden Schmitt started on the mound for the Wolverines and gave them a strong five innings of work. He struck out three […]

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