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How the Body Talks: 5 Tips for Professional Body Language

We’ve all heard that non-verbal communication speaks louder than actual words. From your posture to how you position your feet, body language creates critical...

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Hay U: The Best Way to Spend Spring Break

(EMMETT) When people think about college kids and spring break, they often get images of rowdy crowds, the beach scene, all-out wildness, and having...

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Graduates: Are You a Parasite or a Pollinator?

“Are you a parasite or a pollinator?” Keynote speaker Logan Wilkes posed this question at Broadview University–Orem’s summer commencement. Eighteen graduating students thought about what...

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March 8, 2013
Karen Newmeyer Broadview

Piece of Cake: Fundraiser Nets Cash for Rural Vet Services

March 8, 2013

Students earning their vet tech degree at Broadview University-Orem recently hosted a spaghetti dinner, cake walk and silent auction fundraiser to support Rural Area Veterinary Services (RAVS), a branch...

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The Broadview Bonus

We Add Value. With Broadview University’s CareerPath initiative, you’ll enjoy lower tuition and six-week sessions so you can get to your degree—quickly and cost effectively!

Popular Posts
How the Body Talks: 5 Tips for Professional Body Language

We’ve all heard that non-verbal communication speaks louder than actual words. From your posture to how you position your feet, body language creates critical...

Read More
Hay U: The Best Way to Spend Spring Break

(EMMETT) When people think about college kids and spring break, they often get images of rowdy crowds, the beach scene, all-out wildness, and having...

Read More
Graduates: Are You a Parasite or a Pollinator?

“Are you a parasite or a pollinator?” Keynote speaker Logan Wilkes posed this question at Broadview University–Orem’s summer commencement. Eighteen graduating students thought about what...

Read More