2015 Utah Valley Magazine covers: A year in review


Six times a year Utah Valley Magazine searches Utah Valley so we can share the stories of all the incredible people who live here.

This year, Utah Valley Magazine featured BYUtv’s hit sketch comedy “Studio C,” Olympian Noelle Pikus-Pace and more. Plus, we kept our traditions with the Fab 40, high schoolers who will change the world, celebrity lookalikes and more.

In September, Utah Valley Magazine had it’s 15th anniversary issue. Here’s a look back at all the magazine covers from the year as we look forward to the year to come.

Jan./Feb.: Studio C


Following the success of its Scott Sterling video, “Studio C” took the cover at the beginning of 2015. We had a personal interview with each cast mate and found out how their comedically led lives started. Laughing ensued.

March/April: Studio C


We opened shop in March with a lemonade stand hosted by our annual Fab 40. These standout Utah Valley residents have a philanthropic thumb and are part of what makes Utah great.

May/June: High Schoolers Who Will Change the World


In May we met 22 of Utah Valley’s high schoolers who we think will change the world. From academic success to sports leaders, these high schoolers have bright futures.

July/Aug.: Noelle Pikus-Pace


Right before Noelle Pikus-Pace gave birth to twins and moved to Costa Rica, Utah Valley Magazine moved in and helped her family move out while taking photos for the cover of the magazine.

Sept./Oct.: Scott Mitchell


One of the “biggest losers” became our biggest winner in the Oct./Nov. issue of Utah Valley Magazine. Scott Mitchell, a Springville resident, told us about his time in the on the show and in the NFL and how he has gained perspective throughout his life.

Nov./Dec.: Rachel Parcell


We sat down with fashion blogger Rachel Parcell to find out how she made Pink Peonies a success at only age 24. Then we got inspired from her past Christmas decorations by Gatehouse No. 1.

Know someone or something that deserves to be featured in Utah Valley Magazine or on our site, UtahValley360.com? Email news@utahvalley360.com with story suggestions.

Rebecca Lane

While her first language is sarcasm, Rebecca dabbles in English and Russian to achieve her lifelong dream of being a journalist. A BYU sports fan, reading enthusiast and wannabe world traveler, Rebecca is a Colorado transplant that is convinced Colorado's mountains are much larger than the many Utah County peaks. Rebecca manages UtahValley360.com for Bennett Communications. Follow her on Twitter @rebeccalane.

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