The Human Rights Advocates club (HRAC) hosted a free screening of the 2010 documentary “The Dark Side of Chocolate” on Thursday, Nov. 17 in the Sterling Church Auditorium.
Real Education Affecting Life (R.E.A.L) Peers had their annual Sexual Health Week all this week.
Climbing enthusiasts gathered together at the climbing wall of the J. L. Sorenson Physical Education Building for some friendly competition at the SUU Outdoors Bouldering Competition on Nov. 18.
The Intergovernmental Internship Cooperative (IIC) has some exciting offers for students as they begin recruiting for a new cycle of interns and planning the celebration of their 10-year anniversary in January.
The Bear Claw Poppy Trail is a fun bike trail with roller coaster-like hills and a number of jumps to get some air on. It also offers a wide variety of trails that have different difficulty levels.
The decision to get a cat was a hard one because my husband is a dog person, but since we live in an apartment, we decided to buy a cat now and save the time to buy a dog for when we have our own home with a yard.
The outdoor programs at SUU have gained national attention and have helped the school receive the title of “Most Outdoorsy University” from the Outdoor Nation.
The Southern Utah University men’s cross country team placed 27th in the NCAA National Championships at the LeVern Gibson Championship Cross Country Course,
The Southern Utah University women’s basketball team played the University of Utah Wednesday night. They lost 43-69.
Before passing for 278 yards and 5 touchdowns in the last game of this season, quarterback Patrick Tyler almost didn’t play for Southern Utah University.
The Runnin’ Rebels of the University of Nevada, Las Vegas came to Cedar City to face the Thunderbirds of Southern Utah University. The Rebels left with an 89-81 victory.
The Southern Utah University football team finished off the season with a victory over the Northern Arizona Lumberjacks. The win gave the Thunderbirds a winning record of 6-5 for the year.
During the American Library Association (ALA) International Games Day on Nov. 18, students at SUU and around the world learned that libraries are not only for studying, but also a place to have fun, meet new people and relax.
Following the death of his wife in 2009, Ardith Fish, a senior ceramics major from Las Vegas, said he lost his passion for life.
With the last issue of the University Journal this semester, two of our staff members are graduating. To thank them for making the paper great, we have profiled them so you can get to know the faces behind the publication.
The Frehner Museum of Natural History hosts about 1,500 elementary students each semester, and admission is always free. On Saturday, Nov. 19, the museum held their first ever fundraiser where admission was $5 per child for a day of fun with science.
This week, in a partnership between the Leavitt Center for Politics and Public Service and the International Affairs Office, Southern Utah University hosted a series of Islam hours.
A winter coat drive took place Wednesday night in the Center for Diversity and Inclusion (CDI). Students from the Black Student Union, Our Power Club and the CDI gathered with officers from the Cedar City Police Department and SUU Police for a night of playing games and collecting donations of winter clothing.
The Southern Utah Museum of Art (SUMA) is providing an opportunity to support local and worldwide organizations. From Nov. 19 to Dec. 15, A Very SUMA Holiday has a variety of ways to benefit those in need.
It is that time of the year again when open enrollment for health care is available.