Allyship for women in the arts

February 2, 2022

Reading Time: 2 minutes Utah Valley University held a ‘Dialogue on Inclusion’ prepared by the inclusion committee within the School of Arts, with speaker Briettny Curtner of UVU Student Affairs. The event was hosted by the Women’s Success Center, and guided participants in a discussion titled “Allyship: Women in the Arts.”  The intention of this F.O.I. was to educate […]

Controversial mask mandate in response to Omicron surge

January 18, 2022

Reading Time: 2 minutes The Utah Department of Health reported a record-breaking count of 12,990 COVID-19 cases in a single day on Thursday. In response to the highly infectious Omicron variant, Salt Lake County has issued an indoor mask order Jan. 8 through Feb. 7.   The order applies to all Salt Lake County residents and visitors, regardless of vaccination […]

Fake news has real consequences

February 5, 2018

Reading Time: 3 minutes Photos by Michelle Rivas Jennifer Napier-Pearce, editor of The Salt Lake Tribune, taught students and faculty how to combat the term “fake news,” Feb. 5 in the Classroom Building. “The real meaning of fake news [is] false stories presented as facts for financial or political gain,” Napier-Pearce said. “Fake news has real consequences.” Napier-Pearce shared […]

African beauties showcase culture in pageant

February 20, 2012

Reading Time: 2 minutes Africa, meet Utah: Second annual pageant at UVU.   African culture is coming to Utah Valley on Saturday, Feb. 25 in the form of the second annual Miss Africa Utah pageant. Founded by senior Journalism major Gloria Kajo, the pageant will feature eight young women representing various African countries with traditional dress, talents and platforms […]