President Wyatt and his cabinet hosted a question and answer session about race on SUU’s campus Monday.
- SUU football team crowned Big Sky Champions
- SUU Ballroom Dance Company show off moves
- Men's cross-country placed 21st in NCAA National Championships
- Battle of the Bands bring musical variety to SUU
- Speakers provide tips to prevent Internet scams
- Student fees up for review in January
- SUU Wrestling Club falls in opener
Schedule & Results
Despite hot 3-point shooting, the winless start to the season continued for the SUU women’s basketball team after the University of New Mexico controlled the game from start to finish.
The No. 16 SUU football team is set to play in the first round of the NCAA Football Championship Subdivision (FCS), going up against a familiar opponent from the 2013 season.
The losing streak continues for the SUU men’s basketball team after the Titans of Cal State Fullerton won 80–66 Tuesday night, giving the T-Birds their fourth consecutive loss of the season.
The SUU Gymnastics team showed off its talents inside the Centrum Arena Monday night, giving the fans a taste of what to expect for the 2016 regular season.
The Chi Phi Fraternity’s philanthropy ended on Friday night with their Campfire Queen Pageant in the Sterling Church Auditorium of the Sharwan Smith Student Center.
SUU’s international students took the opportunity to share with English speaking students what it is like to be in a new place and not understand what is going on at the Turn the Tables event during International Education Week on Wednesday.
The Native American Student Association brought cultural awareness to SUU’s campus with a pageant to crown the new Miss Native American of Southern Utah University.
Stress from final exams, projects, a new strain of the flu and balancing life can become heavy during this time of year.
SUU’s Department of Music will start off the holidays early this season by presenting Songs of the Season: A Ceremony of Carols tonight in the Rotunda of Sharwan Smith Student Center.
“The master’s degree is the new bachelor’s degree,” or at least that’s what many SUU students are saying nowadays. With such a trend of this phrase gaining momentum in college, we here at the University Journal Editorial Board, decided whether this concept really was accurate and had any truth to it.