Students, professors protest American Bullfighting event

September 30, 2018

Reading Time: 4 minutes Photos by Johnny Morris Conflict clouded the Freestyle For Hope Shorty Gorham’s American Freestyle Bullfighting event Sept. 29, as bullfighting enthusiasts were met by animal rights activists on their way into the UCCU Center. “It’s inappropriate for universities to hold events like this that use animals for entertainment,” said philosophy professor and protest organizer, Karen […]

Campus guide: how to eat on campus with special dietary needs

July 12, 2018

Reading Time: 3 minutes When venturing a new campus, there are some locations everyone should know about. It is vital to know where the restrooms are, where your classrooms are and where you can grab delicious food to keep your brain functioning. For those with special dietary needs, navigating a food court can be quite intimidating. If you need […]

Students protest Jordan World Circus

January 27, 2018

Reading Time: 2 minutes Photos by Maricel Evangelista A two-day protest opposing the Jordan World Circus was held by students in conjunction with the Animal Defenders International Organization outside of the UCCU Center on Jan. 23-24. For nearly 10 years, students have voiced their disapproval of the circus being held on campus, but feel they are not being heard. […]

Diversity is celebrated for the United Nations’ International Day of Peace

September 25, 2017

Reading Time: 2 minutes Photo by Maricel Evangelista The Reflection Center celebrated the International Day of Peace, a day where students of different beliefs and backgrounds come together to discuss how to better demonstrate peace on campus. All are welcome to find, discover and seek your spiritual and ethical identities, Ellie Thompson, Reflection Center coordinator, said. Thompson led the open-house […]

Cafeteria termination limits vegan options on campus

June 26, 2017

Reading Time: 2 minutes Valley View Cafeteria closed indefinitely May 4 causing trouble for the vegan community on campus.

“Most of the time, if one wants a healthy vegan option, they will need to bring something from home, because UVU simply does not offer such options,” said Emma Teasdale, president of the Animal Allies Club in an email to the Review.

A vegan Thanksgiving

November 19, 2012

Reading Time: 2 minutes While a vegan Thanksgiving may lack a turkey, it makes up for it in creativity and flavor.

Vegetarians get hungry, too

September 16, 2011

Reading Time: 2 minutes   The plight of vegans and vegetarians has been a topic of discussion anywhere they reside.   But in addition to that, those who are veggie-conscious are stuck. It seems that everywhere you could go seems to serve either meat or dairy products with little to no accommodations for those who abstain. According to the […]

Want to help animals?

September 14, 2009

Reading Time: 2 minutes On Sept. 9, 1,000 pamphlets were handed out by employees of non-profit organizationVegan Outreach to UVU students. These pamphlets focus on the pain farm animals endure and give those who will take the time to open them the “bottom line” on animal suffering. The pamphlets explain that 99 of every 100 animals killed annually in […]