Primary election results were announced in the Living Room of the Sharwan Smith Student Center Friday afternoon.
Schedule & Results
Troy Benson picked up the SUU men’s tennis team’s lone point of the day as North Dakota defeated the T-Birds 6–1 Sunday in Grand Forks, North Dakota.
For the first time since its opener, SUU picked up more than one point but it was not enough as Northern Colorado took a 5–2 win in Greeley, Colorado.
Another athlete qualified for the Big Sky Championships for the SUU track and field team over the weekend after the team competed in the UC Riverside Spring Classic.
With the change in season comes the start of spring practices for the SUU football team, and the team will look to make a few changes in preparation for its annual spring game.
Each year in the spring, the SUU College of Performing and Visual Arts puts on its annual showcase in the Braithwaite Fine Arts Gallery for graduating seniors to share their work with southern Utah.
A family memoir of the challenges a young couple faced homesteading the high mountain valley west of Cedar City during the early 1900s has been published by an author with a firm vision of future opportunities awaiting southern Utah students in the 21st Century.
The food of the week is Taco Soup. It’s cheap and delicious with chili-like texture. Shown in its name, the soup is filled with ingredients that make up a taco. The recipe is hearty and filling.
Evidence shows that some of the leading causes of death in the United States could often be prevented by improving daily health habits. Eating right, staying physically active and not smoking are a few of these good examples. Studies have even shown that physical activities can help prevent at least six diseases: heart disease, high blood pressure, obesity, diabetes, osteoporosis and mental disorders. Here are just a few of the gyms that can help SUU students and Cedar City residents get into shape and live a healthy, active and fun lifestyle.
Students participated in a karaoke night sponsored by the International Student Ambassadors and the Global Engagement Center in the Sharwan Smith Student Center Living Room March 19.
A lot of people text and drive. A lot of college students text and drive. But we shouldn’t. Texting and driving is an issue that not enough people take seriously.