On the heels of a 1–5 outing in Long Beach, California, the SUU softball team will head to its final nonconference tournament of the season looking to improve.
Thanks to some defensive stops and solid offensive play, the T-Birds upset the conference-leading Sacramento State Thursday inside the Centrum Arena.
The Sacramento State Hornets jumped out to an early lead Thursday night over the SUU women’s basketball team, and ended the T-Bird’s chances at a Big Sky Tournament berth with a 107–73 victory.
Tuesday started the fourth annual Latin American & Iberian Film Festival hosted by the Spanish Program and the Department of Languages and Philosophy with a documentary titled The Mexican Suitcase.
Once more, the mountains outside of Cedar City were the scene of the battle of man versus nature.
Sigma Tau Delta hosted the Humanities Conference in the Braithwaite Liberal Arts Center Building Saturday, which allowed students to present their academic and creative articles to others.
Activities for Black History Month wrapped up with a Convocation featuring the Sistas in Zion Feb. 26.
Call me in sick, because I’ve got the powder flu! Sunday, I got to spend the day up at Brian Head Resort in 24 inches of fresh powder.
“Virus Hunter” Nathan Wolfe shared his adventures of research and discovery in the realm of microbiology at the Convocation Tuesday.
This Spring Break, SUU Outdoors and University Journal/SUUNews.com are hosting a #trailfie competition.
SUU students shared stories from Eve Ensler’s The Vagina Monologues this past weekend to raise money for the Canyon Creek Women’s Crisis Center.
President Barack Obama has a new initiative on his plate for children across the United States called, “Every Kid in a Park.”
The SUU College of Performing and Visual Arts is having a concert Friday, which will feature world-traveled pianist Timothy Hoft.
Chief Brown’s Safety Tip of the Week: Strengthen your independence by saying “no” when peers are pressuring you to participate in an unsafe or illegal activity. Then go the extra step by suggesting a positive alternative activity. Have a safe and fun Spring Break.
The Community Engagement Center hosted a birthday celebration Monday for Dr. Seuss at the Cedar City Public Library in the Park.
Classic climbs at Pocket Rocks.
Students gathered in the Living Room of the Sharwan Smith Student Center Thursday to test their sharp shooting skills in honor of National Pistol Patent Day.
Several groups in the community are coming together to benefit the town’s culture with the Community Art Exhibit.
As the close of the regular season draws closer, the SUU women’s basketball team is looking to make one final push for the Big Sky Tournament.
The Outstanding Scholars in Art, who have been selected by the faculty, will present their work at Art Insights tonight.