Latin American migration in US?

April 14, 2022

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Immigrant and Refugee Student Union hosted a speaker event covering topics of immigration and migration discussed, among other topics pertaining to border policy of the United States.  Dr. Alexander Aviña, associate professor of history at Arizona State University, spoke to students and faculty March 24, over a Zoom conference with his remarks entitled, “We […]

DHS special agents give basics on active shooter response

April 19, 2018

Reading Time: 2 minutes *Editor’s Note- The names and identities of the Department of Homeland Security personnel have been omitted for their safety. Department of Homeland Security special agents gave a presentation about responding to an active shooter situation in the Science Building auditorium, April 18. After being introduced by Rick Los, a lecturer in the UVU Criminal Justice […]

New SLCC associates degree has ties with UVU

February 25, 2013

Reading Time: 2 minutes A new Associates Degree is making it’s way into Utah, as the Board of Regents approve the first Homeland Security and Emergency Management Associates of Applied Science at Salt Lake Community College.

Piracy is bad, censorship is worse

January 18, 2012

Reading Time: 3 minutes Twitter feeds are buzzing with chatter, hashtagged with words like SOPA, PIPA, censorship and blackout. Wikipedia, with estimated daily web traffic numbering in the tens of millions, was dark Wednesday in protest of current legislature working its way through the US House Judiciary Committee. The Stop Online Piracy Act and the Protect Intellectual Property Act […]