Scott Wyatt, president of Snow College, will soon take his place in SUU history as the 16th president of SUU.
State Sen. Luz Robles, D-first district, came to SUU Nov. 26, where she spoke to the SUU community about political issues such as immigration, veterans benefits and health care in Utah.
Schedule & Results
The SUU football team went to the playoffs for the first time in program history but suffered a 51–20 loss at the hands of Sam Houston State. SUU head coach Ed Lamb looks back at the T-Birds' successful year.
The SUU volleyball season finished the season with a 4–27 overall record. SUU head coach Debby Baker said this season was a learning experience for everyone involved.
The struggles of the SUU men’s basketball team continued in its past two outings as it fell in both and has now lost five straight games.
As Winter Break approaches and most students are planning their Winter Break, the SUU gymnastics team will be hard at work prepping for the season that is just a month away.
This is my annual Christmas newsletter. Since I’m too poor to afford postage, I have decided to use my editor status at the Journal to get my wise end-of-year words out to my friends and family.
Art patrons have many options to view and appreciate fine art in the Cedar City area. Galleries, museums and stores have displays to feature local artists to get their name out there.
Winter has come to Cedar City, and that means snow.
The Harry Reid Outdoor Engagement Center hosted an Outdoor Everything Fair on Nov. 20 in order to help SUU students become aware of the different types of outdoor activities around Cedar City.
I hope all of my readers have enjoyed the cinematic climate these past few weeks, because I have been busy not feeling bad about not participating in franchises I don’t have any attachment to.