Super Tuesday: Make your voice heard

March 1, 2020

Reading Time: 3 minutes For the first time, Utah will be participating in Super Tuesday, the election day early in a presidential primary season when the greatest number of US states hold primary elections and caucuses. More delegates to the presidential nominating conventions can be won on Super Tuesday than on any other single day. For 2020, Utah will be awarding 35 Democratic and 40 […]

UVUSA: Election Time!

January 18, 2020

Reading Time: 2 minutes It is a new decade, a new semester, and the perfect time to start looking to find the new Utah Valley University Student Association (UVUSA) council! Following the weekly council meeting, current UVUSA student body president, Taylor Bell, along with coordinators Todd Olsen and Marissa King, held an informational session to inform potential candidates on […]

UVU hosts Republican John Curtis, Democrat James Singer in 3rd district debate

October 23, 2018

Reading Time: 2 minutes Congressional candidates, Republican Rep. John Curtis and Democrat James Singer, debated in front of a live audience Oct. 23 for Utah’s Congressional 3rd District seat in the Sorensen Center’s Grande Ballroom. The debate, which consisted of a UVU student panel, was moderated by David Magelby, a professor of political science at Brigham Young University, and […]

Write in candidate challenges status quo

March 2, 2016

Reading Time: 2 minutes The 2016-2017 student body presidential elections at UVU have taken a strange turn, similar to the national presidential elections, with the emergence of an anti-establishment candidate sending waves of controversy rippling through UVUSA’s traditional election process. Jordan Goodrich, an integrated studies major at UVU, is actively promoting himself as a write in candidate for student […]

UVUSA debate takes Centre Stage

March 2, 2016

Reading Time: 3 minutes It was an hour of tension, drama and surprise, particularly for the candidates who were under fire from the moderators and the audience. The most shocking moment in the debate was when Jared Stirland, one of the four presidential candidates and the news editor for The Review, withdrew his name from the race. “I never […]