SUU made a variety of renovations and accomplished milestones during the 2015-16 school year. The university has won multiple awards, including the Most Outdoorsy School in the Nation award, and multiple centers across campus moved into different locations. Yes, these actions may seem to bring notoriety, but it also brings in another element: opportunity.
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- Community remembers Cedar City music mentor
- SUU named first Purple Heart Campus in Utah
- Cedar City community mourns Orlando Shooting victims
- Events in Festival City
- Nielson named valedictorian for graduating class of 2016
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Schedule & Results
It has been about three months since Todd Simon took the helm as the new head coach of the SUU men’s basketball team, and since then, he has started making changes to the program.
For the majority of the game, the SUU softball team was forced to play catch-up.
For the past few weeks, SUU head coach Tom Gray has said his softball team is primed for a deep run in the Big Sky Tournament.
When it comes to track and field, there are two end results each team is hoping to achieve.
On Friday, the Military Order of the Purple Heart has recognized and awarded SUU as a Purple Heart Campus during a ceremony next to the Hunter Conference Center.
In mourning of the Orlando Shooting that took place on Sunday, SUU's Allies on Campus is hosting a candlelight vigil tonight.
The end of the school year brings not only summer break, but also a close to SUU’s pilot run of the Jumpstart General Education Program.
During the 2015-16 school year, SUU students Rachel Cawley and Krystal Fonger died, but will be receiving posthumous degrees during this year’s graduation ceremony.
Teaching is a job Jon Smith said he greatly enjoys, even after living and working in places all around the world.