First off, I'm hiking Angels Landing on Friday.
How small this city is! I couldn’t believe that I needed to study in this small town for three or four years.
Highlights from the past school year, Journal-style!
The trail to Toquerville Falls is a long hike to a series of waterfalls in the Toquerville and La Verkin area.
SUU outdoor programs hosted a Recreate Responsibly event Friday, where land management agencies and outdoor recreation businesses educated people on what there is to do in southern Utah and how to act responsibly outdoors.
In response to the public seeking more mountain biking trails in the area, Bureau of Land Management Cedar City Field Office personnel have conducted an environmental assessment and are seeking public comment on proposed expansions of some non-motorized single-track trails in Cedar City and Parowan.
Special Education Department representative Tisha Adams spoke to the SUUSA Academic Senate about a conference the SUU student branch of the Student Council for Exceptional Children went to at the last Academic Senate meeting of the semester, Thursday.
Students gathered in the Randall L. Jones Theatre Thursday to sit back and get some advice on love from a Date Doctor.
Volunteers and staff at the Center for Women and Families organized a walk and speak-out session called Take Back the Night to raise awareness for sexual assault crimes Thursday.
An SUU student decided to combine some passions shared with his friends for his EDGE project to promote a happier, healthier lifestyle for the SUU community.
There has been a stoppage on SUU’s recycling efforts for the past few weeks because Stone Castle Recycling, the company that normally takes SUU’s recycling, has been shut down until it complies with Cedar City business license sanctions, making for sparse recycling cans on campus and a full recycling dumpster on the Centrum Loading Dock.
SUU hosted the annual Technology Fair open house Monday, where high school students could submit work they have made for the competition to win prizes. The Fair was followed up with various student competitions on Tuesday.
Everyone on campus was encouraged to participate in the The Great Utah Shakeout, a statewide earthquake drill to test emergency protocols on Thursday.
The SUU Department of Theatre Arts and Dance hosted the first Bachelors of Fine Arts Broadway Musical Showcase, where students performed songs they have been preparing throughout the semester, as a fundraiser for the department.
The SUU Wind Symphony presented its end-of-year concert, titled “Blue Shades,” at the Heritage Center Theater Friday evening.
The Honors Program hosted a MAD lecture Friday, where three students presented the work they had done during the 2013–14 school year.
Several SUU students performed solos with the Orchestra of Southern Utah in a concert called “In the Eyes of Youth” R.L. Halversen young artists concert at the Heritage Center Theater Friday.
SUU students participated in a twist on the Game of Life in celebration of National Library Week from April 14 to 18 at the Gerald R. Sherratt Library.
The Center for Women and Families hosted an Easter celebration Friday to bring students and members of the community together to celebrate Easter.
Teenagers gathered at Discovery Park to participate in an Easter egg hunt in the dark at the Glow in the Park event put on by SUU’s PR campaigns class Friday.