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Wolverines sweep Utah State in three sets

  Utah Valley fans showed up in large numbers Wednesday night as the Wolverines hosted the much anticipated Utah State Aggies. The game would be the first against USU since Utah Valley was denied admission to the Western Athletic Conference (WAC) this past summer. The last time UVU played Utah State was last season in […]

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Brookelyn Campbell quarterbacks Wolverines

There are a number of reasons a student has a motive to play a sport. They might gain motivation, learn discipline, strive to succeed or maybe they just need some extra kick to get through a 15 credit-hour school week.   For sophomore Brookelyn Campbell, it’s a little bit of everything.   The setter from […]

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Men’s golf snags 2nd again

NIPOMO, Calif. — For the third time this year, the Utah Valley University men’s golf team finished a tournament second or better.   Behind three top 12 finishes from freshman Michael Dart (T8), Mason Casper (T12) and Joey Olson (T12), the Wolverines vaulted from fifth place to second at the Firestone Grill Invitational Monday at […]

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Where the 32,670+ wolverines live

Where does a Wolverine lay its head to sleep? Wherever he can find room, and it looks like the Wolverines will have a lot more options in the coming years as developers propose new housing ideas.   The student population at UVU increased from 28,765 to 32,670 in the short time of the 2009-2010 school […]

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Talent and leadership key for lady spikers

Volleyball Preview The women’s volleyball team will continue their tough scheduling this season, welcoming in the likes of the University of Michigan, Syracuse University, and BYU-Hawaii to the UCCU Center.  Scheduling difficult teams has more benefits than just having a recognizable name for the fans, according to head coach Sam Atoa. “I believe it’s a […]

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How to make new friends without regretting it later

The UVU Review gives you a crash course in whom to avoid during your higher education If you’re reading this, then you’re already aware of the grim inevitable. The summer of 2011, previously believed to be wide open with possibilities and virtually endless, is coming to a close. Fall semester is looming over all of […]

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WAC snub of UVU raises questions for both sides

This week could have, should have settled the question of where Utah Valley and the Western Athletic Conference are headed. After the WAC left UVU out in favor of Seattle University, the answer for both parties seems to be this: not a clue. For the Wolverines, it’s a blow that leaves them reeling in the […]

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Why I am a Wolverine

This is my final semester at Utah Valley University. I have been here for three years. I have fallen in love with this school for the same reasons that many of us choose this school: smaller class sizes, enhanced engagement opportunities, and practical experiences. My original intention in coming back to Utah was to attend […]

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