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Yee breaks into record book, SUU falls to BYU

Despite having a gymnast break into the SUU record books, the Flippin’ ‘Bird gymnastics team was outscored by Brigham Young University in its first home meet of the season, by a score of 195.675–195.650 inside the Centrum Arena Friday night.

Man's nose bitten off during fight

Cedar City Police arrested a man Monday who allegedly bit another man's nose off during a fight.

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SUU looks to bounce back after big loss to UM

The road to recovery started Tuesday for the SUU women’s basketball team and head coach Chris Boettcher is happy with what he has seen so far.

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SUU gymnastics ends road stretch, hosts next three

The No. 22 SUU gymnastics team will host the BYU Cougars this Friday and Ball State Monday night inside the Centrum Arena, following a three-meet road stretch to start the season.

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Latinos in Action to sing on Valentine’s Day

The Latinos in Action club is holding auditions for its musical Valentine’s Day fundraiser to raise money for club expenses and events.

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SUU men's basketball team hosts NAU in rematch game

After falling twice in the state of Montana, the SUU men’s basketball team is ready to return to the comfort of the Centrum Arena in hopes of picking up a win.

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Black History Month teaches students

On the heels of campus remembrance for Martin Luther King Jr., SUU is preparing to celebrate Black History Month with the theme of “Black Americans and Religion.”

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SUU track team splits for meets

The SUU men’s and women’s track and field team will split up into two meets this weekend at Northern Arizona and the University of Washington.

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Multicultural clubs bond through“Non-Greek Rush Week” events

The multicultural clubs on campus worked together to host a “Non-Greek Rush Week” this past week, in order to introduce students to the different organizations.

Strategic meetings to call for faculty input

One little idea may spark the process that determines the future of SUU.

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SUU remembers victims

The Michael O. Leavitt Center for Politics & Public Service is displaying a large fence in front of their office this week to honor and remember the liberation of the Auschwitz Concentration Camp.

EDGE brings storybooks to life

An SUU student successfully completed StoryTime as her EDGE project to help the Gerald R. Sherratt Library continue sharing stories with children in the community.

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Bread and Soup Nite feeds students for cheap

As both a fun communal event every month and a “foodraiser” for the Hope Pantry, the Community Engagement Center’s Bread and Soup Nite feeds students twice.

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SUU Climbing Wall gets a new colorful face for the year

SUU Climbing Wall in the J.L. Sorensen Physical Education Building gets a new face and is going tapeless.

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Outside T-Birds: climb Past Lives in St. George

Outside T-birds climb Past Lives a multipitch climb near St. George.

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T-BIRD TRAILS: Duck Creek Ice Cave

Check out this week's T-Bird Trail and visit a Ice Cave near Duck Creek Village.

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Take it out: Curious about education or outdoors?

Outdoor Education Series starts back up this semester, come listen to speakers on Thursdays from 11:30 until 12:30 at SUU Outdoors Rental shop in the Sharwan Smith Student Center.

Cedar City's hidden gems

There are many things about Cedar City that make it an awesome place to live. Besides being a part of Utah’s outdoor mecca and hosting the Utah Shakespeare Festival, Cedar City has many other aspects that make it a unique place. The quirky shops, charming places and delicious restaurants are all a part of why we residents love it. As the University Journal Editorial Board, we came up with some hidden gems of Cedar City that we love.

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OTC begins Thursday show

For years, Cedar City has known Off The Cuff for their weekly improv show at 10 p.m. Fridays, but OTC has a new addition to their comedy family: a new show on Thursday nights at 8 p.m., called the “Armondo Show,” where OTC improvers use the long form of improvisation.

SUU media for students' voices

As a member of SUU’s student media, I’ve heard countless jokes about only having two readers, listeners or viewers.

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