A concise look into events, happenings and changes for the SUU community. Current events: Tour of Utah to begin in Cedar City, PokéStops cover SUU campus, Plasma Center to give back and talk health, Former SUU President died earlier this month.
The 2016 season of the Utah Shakespeare Festival (USF) began with the grand opening of The Beverley Taylor Sorenson Center for the Arts (The Beverley) on July 7. This newly completed arts complex hosts two new theatres, the Engelstad Shakespeare Theatre and the Eileen and Allen Anes Studio Theatre, as well as the new Southern Utah Museum of Art (SUMA).
- Summer Renovations at SUU
- Todd Simon implements changes to men's basketball program
- Community remembers Cedar City music mentor
- SUU named first Purple Heart Campus in Utah
- Utah Summer Games Opening Ceremony hosts multiple performances
- College course awards real-life experience with credits
- SUUSA fall changes underway
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.
Pokémon Go, the phone app based on GPS signals and the Pokémon media franchise, has swept over college campuses throughout Utah.
The 2016 season of the Utah Shakespeare Festival (USF) at The Beverley Taylor Sorenson Center for the Arts (The Beverley) has begun as of June 27.
College students across the nation choose to study abroad, and based on a recent study it can be beneficial when working at a professional job.
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.
Five days after the terrorist attack at an Orlando nightclub, SUU, Cedar City and SUU’s Allies On Campus gather together to show their support.