Tyler Cornia is the 2016-17 SUUSA president and has plans for the future of SUUSA and SUU’s student body.
- Editor’s note: Thanks for the good memories SUU
- Another school year comes to end for SUU
- Jumpstart GE wraps up pilot run
- Butikofer wraps up first year as AD
- SUU uses new brand to recruit
- Events in Festival City
- Nielson named valedictorian for graduating class of 2016
- Five Utah Hikes that will blow your mind
Schedule & Results
The SUU softball team hosted Brigham Young University in a nonconference matchup Tuesday and came away with a solid win thanks to the hitting of left fielder Payton Hart.
A late push fell short for the SUU softball team as the Northern Colorado Bears took a 5–4 win Sunday in a weather-shortened Big Sky weekend series.
The Big Sky Men’s Golf Championships wrapped up Sunday and the SUU men’s golf team finished in last but did have a golfer finish in the top 20.
Brad Sorensen is no longer the only former T-Bird to be drafted in the NFL.
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.
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.
There is a moment of anticipation as the lights begin to dim and the audience settles into their seats, the stage manager opens her prompt book and securely fastens her headset for an opening of another show.