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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Schedule & Results
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.
It was a day of firsts and lasts for the SUU softball team as the T-Birds’ wrapped up their final regular-season game of the year with win over the visiting North Dakota.
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.
Tyler Cornia is the 2016-17 SUUSA president and has plans for the future of SUUSA and SUU’s student body.
Every spring, a dean’s council from each college gathers to select an outstanding student with high academic achievements to become the valedictorian of that year’s graduating class.
Kay Andersen leaps and bounds across the dance studio, leaving his students to stand in awe as they watch his effortless movement.