Top Places to Visit this Summer Break

April 13, 2018

Reading Time: 2 minutes Attending college in Utah has many perks: affordability, great food and, most importantly, the views. Utah is home to some of the greatest hiking and swimming places a desert climate can offer. Below is a list of places across the Utah State worth visiting this summer if you dare brave the heat. Payson Grotto Trail […]

Dancing through the summer at UVU

June 3, 2017

Reading Time: < 1 minute UVU offers plenty of classes during the summer term, from general education courses to electives. Taking a few credits in the summer may help speed up the graduation process, but there are other benefits as well. This summer, UVU offers five dance technique classes: Modern Technique I, Ballet Technique II, Social Dance I, Latin Dance […]

Staying outside for the summer

June 2, 2017

Reading Time: 2 minutes Utah is not a bad place to spend the summer. There are a number of fun things to do while school is out and the weather is nice. No need to stay cooped up inside wasting away your precious summer days. There are plenty of exciting outdoor activities to do in Utah that require little […]

UVU beefs up summer semester

January 21, 2013

Reading Time: 3 minutes A recent effort by the administration at UVU means for a summer schedule more suited to the needs of the student body.

Making final days of summer count

August 27, 2012

Reading Time: 2 minutes With his sunglasses on and his long-board resting against his leg, Tim Ferrell, a sophomore at UVU, sent several text messages to his friends so he could finalize plans for his last trip of the summer. Ending the summer months with a bang is important to Ferrell and many students across campus. Although the beginning […]

All students pay in state tuition for the summer

July 2, 2012

Reading Time: 2 minutes The State Board of Regions has a policy on tuition and fees, allowing the president to charge resident tuition in the summer for all students, including non-residents, international students & undergraduates and graduate. The difference between resident, non resident, and international students tuition during this time of the year has always been this way and […]


June 4, 2012

Reading Time: 2 minutes There are a variety of summer jobs students hold, ranging from home security and pest control, summer sales to life guarding at Seven Peaks Waterpark, but regardless, the goal is the same – to pay tuition. Corinne Crump, a senior in the Elementary Education program, has changed her work hours at Pinnacle Security from part-time […]

Fill your sole

April 9, 2012

Reading Time: 2 minutes With spring officially upon us and summer just around the corner, it’s time to break out and step into the new, or rather, borrowed trends in footwear.   While some runway pieces don’t translate into everyday wear, there are some picks that are sure to make their appearance in the general public.   Made out […]