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NAU sweeps SUU 3–0 Saturday night

In its second home match of the season Saturday night, the SUU volleyball team was unable to respond to Thursday’s loss as the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks swept the T-Birds 3–0 (25–15, 25–20, 25–18).

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SUU shuts out Weber State 44–0

With a hyped-up game that ended in a blow-out, the SUU football team performed a 44–0 beat down, and first shutout of the season, against its in-state rival Weber State Friday night.

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Pair of late goals down T-Bird soccer

All it took was a minute and five seconds for Montana to steal a 2–1 win over the SUU soccer team Friday afternoon in Missoula, Montana.

LaDuke speaks at Convocation for Native American Week

Two time vice-presidential candidate and environmental activist Winona LaDuke spoke about the major environmental issues facing the world today and what needs to be done to protect the environment.

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Volleyball loses in home-opener

In its home-opener of the season Thursday night, the SUU volleyball team jousted against Eastern Washington University, but the T-Birds could not keep up with the Eagles as they lost the match 3–1.

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NSEE honors EDGE

SUU’s EDGE program recently recieved national recognition from the National Society for Experiential Education with the Outstanding Experiential Program award.

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Sorority celebrates 20 years

Alpha Phi celebrated its 20th anniversary of being on SUU’s campus this past Saturday by inviting alumnae out to Homecoming events.

History made by super lunar eclipse

History was made Sunday, when Earthlings got to witness a super-moon lunar eclipse.

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SUU celebrates opening of Confucius Institute

Administrators and students from both SUU and HNU gathered Monday to celebrate the opening of a Confucius Institute at SUU.

Candidate Trump: Good or bad for US?

Donald Trump,the pros and the cons.

Kindness should be universal

“There is no excuse for anyone to be intolerable to someone else without getting to know them as a person.”

Davis’ methods not good

"(Davis) doesn’t have any moral ground to stand on, but still, she insists that her constitutional rights are being violated..."

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Brown seeks friends in Miss SUU reign

With a new crown on her head, Lizzy Brown embarks on a journey as the 2015 Miss SUU and hopes not only help raise school pride, but to make friends with everyone she meets.

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Professors argue relevance during Great Raft Debate

The Great Raft Debate is a growing tradition at SUU, where representatives of each college competed to be voted onto a fictitious raft to help build a new society.

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SUU opens room for LGBTQ

SUU has created a new room in the Center of Inclusion and Diversity, labeled 101 E or the “safe space,” for the faculty and students who identify with the LGBTQ community.

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SUU soccer prepares for its only match of the week

Heading into this past weekend, the SUU soccer team rode a four-match winning streak, but that streak came to a screeching halt as the T-Birds returned home on a two-match losing streak.

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Women's golf placed 11th at Desert Intercollegiate

The SUU women’s golf team finished 11th at the Wyoming Cowgirl Desert Intercollegiate this weekend, with Taylor Viquelia leading the T-Birds and finishing in a tie for 13th individually, with a score of 10-over par 226 (75, 77, 74).

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Volleyball preps for home-opener after splitting matches

The SUU volleyball team is taking a week off from traveling as the team prepares for its home-opener of the season tonight against Eastern Washington.

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Cross-country ranked No. 23 in the nation

The U.S. Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association (USTFCCCA)National Coaches poll gave some notoriety to SUU’s men’s cross-country team, ranking the team No. 23 in the country.

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Football rivalry sparks with SUU at Weber State

Both SUU and Weber State football teams are ready for their in-state rivalry match-up Friday night after SUU hosted its homecoming game against Brevard College, demolishing the Tornados 55–7.