Relief for Ukraine

April 15, 2022

Reading Time: 2 minutes As the Russia-Ukraine conflict continues, basic resources and services are increasingly important to provide relief. Utah Valley University has shown their support of Ukraine in many ways, and there are resources on- and off-campus that are dedicated to helping Ukraine.  According to KSL News, Lina Varionova, a student at UVU, created a fund that delivered […]

Timeline of the Russo-Ukrainian conflict

April 13, 2022

Reading Time: 6 minutes The past month has seen devastation as the ongoing conflict in Ukraine has killed thousands and displaced millions. In February, Putin announced that he was conducting a “special military operation” in eastern Ukraine, claiming the objective of stopping a genocide against the Russian people and leading the “de-Nazification” of the Kyiv regime. These statements came […]

Panel on Russia-Ukraine conflict

March 25, 2022

Reading Time: 3 minutes Students and faculty came together in a Clarke Building classroom to hear from speakers about the ongoing Russo-Ukrainian conflict. The panel discussion on March 16, heard from several panelists which included esteemed professors such as Dr. Frederick White, professor of Russian and integrated studies, Dr. Baktybek Abdrisaev, former UN ambassador from Kyrgyzstan and professor of […]