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Your voice matters: UVUSA wants to increase voter involvement from students

UVU Student Association, led by UVUSA Chief Justice Candyce Damron, hosted a voter initiative event on Thursday, Oct. 24 to spread the message that each voice matters. Each student on campus was represented by the lining up of 41,000 flags along the Fulton Library courtyard, as well as the Student Life and Wellness Center courtyard. […]

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Annual Wolverine Bingo event a success with students

The Grande Ballroom was packed full with 673 students in attendance for Wolverine Bingo the night of Aug 28. The winner of the grand prize was Sara Turnbull, a public relations major, who won a trip for two to San Francisco. Other prizes such as grocery bundles, Bluetooth speakers, Airpods and tickets to the upcoming […]

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UVUSA Meet the Candidates event draws crowd

UVU Student Association held an event to meet the candidates for student body offices Wednesday at Center Stage.

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Senior vice president of Academic Affairs announces retirement

According to an official press release from university officials, UVU’s senior vice president of Academic Affairs, Dr. Jeffery E. Olson, has announced his retirement following the 2018-2019 academic year. Olson, who has been with the university for the past five years, not only played an instrumental part in UVU’s Academic Master Plan, but also served […]

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UVUSA Speaker Series: Brian Crosby ‘Marvels’ Audience

UVU was visited by Marvel’s Creative Director of Themed Entertainment Brian Crosby. On Nov. 15, Crosby shared tales of his time with Marvel, starting out with a touching tribute to the late Stan Lee and some personal anecdotes from his relationship with the legend. Following this, Crosby showed a demo reel from the Marvel Cinematic […]

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Student forum held to address parking concerns at UVU

UVUSA hosted a panel on Nov. 5 at Centre Stage to address the parking concerns of students, in the hopes of providing transparency to the student body and those over parking. The panel consisted of entrepreneurship professor, Vance Gough, parking services manager, Tina Medina, director of parking operations, Barbara Young, UTA’s senior service planner, Ken […]

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Mickey Housley floors audience during Late Night Laughs

Popcorn in hand, students attended Late Night Laughs at the Ragan Theater on August 29. The show, put on by UVUSA, featured comedian Mickey Housley. “It was really good. He was very interactive and had a snazzy attitude,” commented Heather Jackson, a freshman International Business student. Housley called to the audience throughout the show. He […]

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True Wolverine Gets Redefined

UVUSA decides to trade the True Wolverine tradition of kissing before the UVU fountain with more inclusive options to redefine what it truly means to be a wolverine for generations to come. As the university pushes to make the campus safe and inclusive for all students, the topic of the True Wolverine kissing tradition came […]

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UVUSA features “I Feel Pretty” in ongoing movie series

Free popcorn in hand, UVU students came to the Ragan Theater for the showing of the new comedy, “I Feel Pretty” on Aug. 9. It was part of the ongoing Summer Movie Series held by the UVUSA, which will be going on till Aug. 30. Movies are typically shown at the Fountain Courtyard at 9 […]

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The Greatest Showman lip sync battle for literacy

UVUSA, United Way and other UVU volunteers held a lip sync battle for literacy March 14 in the UVU grand ballroom. Focusing less on theme and more on awareness and charity, this event’s main goal was to raise money for children’s book and teachers all across Utah. This is the third year this event has […]

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