Reading Time: 2 minutes It’s that time of year when students look forward to enjoying a variety of delicious dishes for Thanksgiving dinner. But are most Thanksgiving foods really healthy? UVU’s registered dietician weighs in on the matter.
Reading Time: 2 minutes On the last day of November, UVU students completed the Virtual Turkey Trot, which spanned the entire month and was hosted by UVU Intramurals. The Turkey Trot was conducted virtually so participants could complete on their own time and run it anywhere they wanted. Using the tracking device, Strava, runners could keep track of their […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes As the end of fall semester approaches, UVU reminded students about the planned shift to remote learning following Thanksgiving break. In a letter issued by the university on Nov. 20, UVU reaffirmed the fact that the change to remote learning was always the plan. “This change was implemented before the semester began and will act […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes UVU’s mentor program held its annual freshman Thanksgiving dinner in the Grand Ballroom Nov. 8. The force was strong as the crowd gathered for this Star Wars themed event. Everything from fried chicken and mashed potatoes to lightsaber and laser fights were a part of this strange and enticing event. “It’s something a lot of […]
Reading Time: 3 minutes For alcoholic drinks as college students, the trick is to get away with a bunch of different choices while buying the least amount of supplies. That way, you have variety without spending a lot and having a lot left over. There are a few delicious options that use apple cider, so step one: make a […]
Reading Time: 2 minutes While a vegan Thanksgiving may lack a turkey, it makes up for it in creativity and flavor.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Pumpkins are more than just delicious treats. They provide countless health benefits, as well.
Reading Time: 2 minutes With Halloween behind us, Thanksgiving is the next exciting holiday in line.
Reading Time: 2 minutes Top five reasons to go Black Friday Shopping: By Nick Scholz In Utah Valley, few events match our natural inclinations quite as well as Black Friday. It is the frightening union between dependable thrift and wanton consumerism, penny-pinching frugality and wildly irresponsible capitalism and it speaks to our deal-searching souls. For those who […]
Reading Time: < 1 minute Students think back to their fondest memories of Thanksgiving… including that fateful year that Uncle Al threw the turkey at grandma.