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SUU soccer dominates CSUB 5–0

A young SUU soccer team, led by forward Ally Thimsen, notched a season-high five goals as the T-Birds stopped the Roadrunners of Cal State Bakersfield dead in their tracks with a 5–0 shutout Sunday.

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SUU volleyball closes out tournament with pair of wins

The SUU volleyball team was able to keep its perfect record after it picked up a pair of wins in the final day of the Kristen Dickmann Invitational.

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Nevada too much for T-Birds in opener

The SUU football team could not complete its late comeback and fell to the Nevada Wolfpack in the team's season opener.

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T-Bird volleyball soar in season opener

In its opening match, the SUU volleyball team swept The Citadel 3–0 in the opening match of the Kristen Dickmann Invitational.

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Wyatt clarifies rumors about Harry Reid Center

SUU President Scott Wyatt sent an email out to SUU employees today, clarifying rumors about the recent Harry Reid Center and Outdoor Engagement Center split.

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SUU prepares to take on Nevada Wolfpack

After spending the past three weeks in fall camp, the SUU football team will try to use all it learned during the past weeks against the University of Nevada in the team’s season opener.

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Summer headlines

While many students were away for the summer, there were some big stories that happened over the summer in regards to some of the spring sports and the women's basketball team.

Students should get involved on campus

Almost anyone who goes to Southern Utah University can say they have been told to get involved on campus.

Reasons to study abroad

This summer I had the opportunity to study abroad in Swaziland and South Africa.

Press freedom under attack in Ferguson

Following the Aug. 9 shooting of unarmed teenager Michael Brown, Ferguson, Mo. has resembled a scene from the Middle East.

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SUU Outdoors brings in new gear for the new semester

At the end of the Spring 2014 semester, SUU Outdoors was given an increase in student fees to make the climbing wall user-fee free to current SUU students. That went into effect on Monday.

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SUU brings new awareness survey for sexual assault

This school year, SUU required both new and transfer students to complete the HAVEN course, an online course designed to help understand sexual assault, before starting school.

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El Fuego changes name, location

El Fuego Mexican Grill has received a makeover in both name and location for the new school year.

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Freshmen experience SUU during Thunder Academy

During Thunder Academy last week Freshmen learned about campus and participated in Service Saturday.

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SUU President, students make big splash

Over 1,000 students and faculty members joined SUU President Scott Wyatt in the Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis Ice Bucket Challenge last Saturday.

Cedar City construction going smoothly

Cedar City has come together with the Utah Department of Transportation (UDOT) to build a better and safer access route at exit 57 to I-15 this summer, which is now ready to drive on.

SUUSA Previews Upcoming Semester

The activities committee of SUUSA has planned a number of traditional and new activities in order to get a variety of students involved on campus.

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T-Bird soccer opens regular season

With two matches already under its belt, the SUU soccer team will shift its attention to the rest of the season with some improvements that the team hopes to build upon.

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Season set to begin for SUU volleyball

SUU has started a new school year, which means the T-Bird volleyball is heading into a new season as well. The team is looking forward to moving on from the previous year by starting off in Maryland this weekend.

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Power 91 becomes Thunder 91

The university’s radio station has seen changes over the summer as the name and branding has changed from Power 91 to Thunder 91.1.