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T-Birds look to clinch playoff berth

With one match left in the regular season, the SUU soccer team will try to clinch a spot in the Big Sky tournament for the first time in school history but it still has one more challenge.

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SUU women's hoops looks for strong start

The SUU women’s basketball team is looking to battle back to Big Sky championship form this season as the Big Sky released its preseason polls, ranking SUU seventh in the coaches' poll.

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Exhibitions up for men's hoops

With the upcoming basketball season about to begin, head coach Nick Robinson and the SUU men’s basketball team look to put the past behind them and move forward with optimism.

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XC fights for Big Sky title

The SUU men’s and women’s cross-country teams will be in action this weekend in Grand Forks, North Dakota to fight for the Big Sky Championship.

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SUU volleyball falls on road

The SUU volleyball team came out with two Big Sky losses over the weekend to Northern Colorado in three sets and North Dakota in four but defeated in-state opponent Utah Valley University in five for a non-conference win.

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Three golfers finish in top 10 to lead SUU

The SUU women’s golf team finished in fifth place overall with a final score of 625 at the Cal Poly Invitational Sunday in Arroya Grande, California to end its fall season.

Police Beat: Oct. 30, 2014

Thursday - Police responded to a call at 472 E. 200 South and arrested Jason Dittmer, 29, on suspicion of assault and assault on a pregnant woman.

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Survey compares SUU service

Siena College developed a survey that allows SUU students to see how SUU compares with other universities and promotes service and community engagement.

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SUU hosts sheriff debate

Thursday night, the Michael O. Leavitt Center for Politics prepared for the debate for the Iron County Sheriff position between Sergeant Dave McIntyre and Sheriff Mark Gower.

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Center hosts event to scare, entertain children at SUU

The Center for Women and Families hosted a Halloween party for SUU students with children Monday.

Cedar City offers Halloween activities

SUU student-parents and faculty with children who do not like the idea of going door-to-door trick-or-treating, or non-traditional students who don’t like the idea of feeling like the creepy old person at The Scream, still have plenty of opportunities for fun this Halloween. Here is a look at some of the events taking place here on campus and a spook alley with a good cause that is off campus:

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The Scream to have something for all

This year’s Scream event will be on Halloween night and will feature a cirque du scream theme that will include a hypnotist, an illusionist, a spook alley, a photo booth and a dance.

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Miss Native American crowned

Miss Native American SUU was crowned in a pageant Thursday in the Sterling R. Church Auditorium.

Career fair offers students advice for the real world

“Don’t let the future scare you!” The Career & Professional Development Center used this tagline to advertise its first annual Career Focus Week.

Cardboard boat races delayed, replacement date to be set soon

The Ghost Ship Races, a rendition of the annual cardboard boat racing event hosted by the Department of Engineering Technology and Construction Management Department, has been postponed.

Lecture denounces stereotypes

The SUU Young Democrats conducted the lecture “ISIS and the Media’s portrayal of the Islamic Religion” Tuesday night in the Sterling R. Church Auditorium.

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Wild Perspectives celebrates 50 years of sanctioned wilderness

Public Lands managers, students and the general public are invited to participate in the events of a three-day wilderness forum celebrating arts, wild lands and management on campus Nov. 5-7.

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Outside T-Bird: Trek to Havasupai Canyon

My pre-Fall Break excursion to Havasupai in the Grand Canyon began Oct. 15 when my mom and sister lugged all their backpacking gear into my house in Cedar City to distribute food, shelter and other group gear into our packs.

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Crisis center raises funds for awareness

October is Domestic Violence Awareness Month. Throughout the nation, clubs, organizations and groups raise awareness for domestic violence.

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6 scary things from outside

Here are the spooky and scary things to watch out for when getting outdoors this Halloween.

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