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Not your average Honor Society

“You are starting off your college journey on the right foot,” Emily Demke, a senior studying psychology, and president of the UVU NSCS chapter said to welcome the ten new Utah Valley University students were inducted into the National Society of Collegiate Scholars (NSCS) at the society’s induction ceremony.

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Ground breaking on Scott C. Keller Building continues UVU’s expansion

The long-awaited Scott C. Keller Building at Utah Valley University is underway. Hundreds gathered in attendance Veterans Day, Monday, Nov. 11, to witness the groundbreaking of the soon to be the newest building on campus.

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The Clothesline Project becomes increasingly relevant for “Happy Valley”

“We often think of Utah as “Happy Valley” a generally safe place,” said Hayden Brooks. “But we can see at our school and in our community sexual violence and abuse is a reality, we must educate people that this is a real thing.”

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UVU announces $17.7 million donation from doTERRA

“At doTERRA we feel an affinity with Utah Valley University,” the press release quoted Stirling as saying. “More than 500 of our current employees attend UVU. Plus, we have many employees who graduated from UVU or have children at the university. This donation gives us the opportunity to support a variety of UVU academic, athletic, and art-based programs over the next 10 years.”

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Creer’s Column: It’s time for fair pay

The change being implemented in California is a step in the right direction, and it would be smart for state legislatures to do the same. With all of the money athletes bring into state institutions, maybe it would be nice if they could make a little money for themselves.

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Lactation pods help meet breastfeeding needs

“Regardless of your gender, if you are feeding a child, whatever that looks like for you, the more we can normalize that behavior, the more likely that people will feel more comfortable [on campus],” Palmer said.

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Fired UVU professor sues the university

Former assistant professor Kemal Makasci has filed a lawsuit against UVU, claiming he was wrongfully terminated as a result of a conspiracy between two students during the 2015-2016 school year. The former professor’s lawsuit is based on the Utah Protection of Public Employees Act.  Former UVU President Matthew Holland suspended Makasci without pay during the […]

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Try something new with UVU recreation

College isn’t just about papers and deadlines. It’s also about the experience, and the UVU campus recreation department has plenty of opportunities to try something new, from gaming to rock climbing.  Student Life and Wellness Center The Student Life and Wellness Center has a large array of classes for students to try any type of […]

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UVU Students Impacted by Immigration Issues

Throughout time, people have migrated from one place to another in order to obtain resources. Nowadays, migration has a new impetus: searching for a better life by escaping the turmoil of home. UVU students who are immigrants, or whose parents emigrated to the U.S., are familiar with the struggles of coming to a new land […]

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A breakdown of student fees

The amount and allocation of student fees for the 2019-2020 school year has been finalized. These fees are collected from students separately from tuition costs and serve to fund various activities and accounts specifically for students across campus.

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