Rally at State Capitol for Utah Lake

February 8, 2022

Reading Time: 3 minutes Conserve Utah Valley held a rally on Feb. 7 at the Utah State Capitol for locals to express their concerns about new legislation affecting Utah Lake. According to organizers, around 560 people were in attendance.  The rally was intended to educate residents about the events surrounding Utah Lake and inspire them to contact their representatives […]

Highlights of Scott C. Keller building grand opening

January 17, 2022

Reading Time: 2 minutes Bells rang out of the new Noel and Carrie Vallejo Auditorium as UVU students, faculty, state government members, donors of the university, and Scott and Karen Keller celebrated the opening of the Scott C. Keller Building on Jan. 12.  “Once you get the funding for a building, $75 million, the next thing you have to […]

Don’t pave Utah Lake

January 10, 2022

Reading Time: 4 minutes Utah Lake has long been the subject of animated debates between locals, with topics from recreation to conservation to misinformation about the ecosystem. Now these conversations are making their way to the front page, as a new proposal forces the hand of the state legislature. In 2018, House Bill 272, also known as the “Utah […]

BYU and UVU collaborate on first Utah Lake symposium

August 19, 2021

Reading Time: 3 minutes This article was co-authored by Ivette Pimentel and Kate Hickman. The Utah Lake Symposium was a free, public event made possible through the collaboration of several organizations, including Brigham Young University and Utah Valley University.  It took place at UVU on Aug. 4, and consisted of both live and virtual sessions. This event brought together […]