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Wolverines fend off SUU men's basketball

Forwards Mitch Bruneel and Zach Nelson had big performances to lead the Utah Valley Wolverines to an 85–75 win over the SUU men’s basketball team Saturday night inside the Centrum Arena.

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T-Birds bring home Grand Canyon trophy

With the playoffs on the line, all Northern Arizona needed to do was defeat the visiting SUU football team to keep its playoff hopes alive, but it was not that easy.

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Lady T-Birds win on opening night, raise banner

After the unveiling of the 2013-2014 BSC banner before first regular season game, the SUU women’s basketball team opened its season with a close win over the Boise State Broncos, 66–64.

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ISU sweeps SUU, ends tournament run for T-Birds

At the end of regular season play, the SUU volleyball team was able to snag the eight-seed in order to qualify for the Big Sky Championship, but fell in three sets to the top-seeded Idaho State Bengals.

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Nursing program to accept more students, keeps test scores high

What started out as a branch of Weber State’s nursing program has evolved into one of SUU’s most successful programs on campus.

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T-Bird Trails: Hiking through Yant Flat’s curving stones

Yant Flat is a short out-and-back hike to stunning views of Zion National Park and billowing, wave-like structures of red, white and yellow sandstone.

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BLM hosts biking open house at SUU

The Bureau of Land Management Cedar City Field Office will host an open house to provide input on implementation and construction of an approved mountain bike trail system that will be located on public land east of Cedar City.

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Anniversary: Brian Head Resort opens for 50th

Brian Head Resort is celebrating their 50th anniversary as they open the slopes for their 2014-2015 season.

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T-Bird men's XC heads to Nationals

The SUU men’s cross-country team finished fourth in team standings at the NCAA Mountain Regionals Friday afternoon, sealing its spot in the NCAA Championship race in Terre Haute, Indiana.

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Volleyball makes postseason

The SUU volleyball team is making its first appearance in the conference tournament since joining the Big Sky Conference after it defeated Sacramento State this past weekend in another five-set match.

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Lady 'Birds hoops open with BSU

SUU, which is the returning Big Sky Conference Regular Season Champions, will make its second appearance at home this year as it opens the regular season against the Boise State Broncos Friday.

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Rivalry contest: SUU vs. NAU

With no playoffs on the line, the SUU football team is fighting for one thing Saturday: pride.

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Collets leave legacy at SUU

On any football team, on any level, the term “brotherhood” is used frequently, and the teams that actually have that strong bond usually are the most successful.

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Men's hoops to host Wolverines

After losing its past two games, the SUU men’s basketball team looks to regroup this weekend with a home matchup against an instate rival.

Police Beat: Nov. 20, 2014

Cedar City Police Department arrests for the week of Nov. 20

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Google engineer visits SUU, students present

SUU students presented research projects and listened to a presentation by a senior engineer from Google during the sixth annual Undergraduate Research Symposium Monday.

Engineering program to change

SUU’s College of Science and Engineering is looking to revamp the engineering program to eliminate the integrated engineering major title.

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Author gives SUU scholarship funds

The SUU Department of Nursing organized a special thank you event for Dick Johnston, author of Won’t Quit and SUU benefactor, who recently created a $50,000 scholarship for University Nursing students.

Christmas comes too soon every year

Okay, I’m going to start this thing off with a disclaimer: I love the holidays, especially the Christmas season. It’s my favorite holiday and everything that comes along with it: the amazing seasonal food, the lights, family gatherings and parties, and we can’t forget the music. Religious or not, there’s something for everyone during the holiday season. So why do I have to start shopping for it before Halloween?

Becoming a young, college dad

I guess I’m not your average college student. I graduated from high school with about 40 college credits and transferred to SUU after one semester from a little-known branch of Utah State University located in Blanding. Between that semester and some handy spanish, I was able to begin my education here as a junior. But if you think that’s atypical, wait until I tell you my wife had a baby last week.