On Wednesday afternoon, I was told that a swastika was drawn in one of the campus bathrooms. To my horror, the symbol of hate was drawn on the wall of a stall in the men’s bathroom.
SUU made a variety of renovations and accomplished milestones during the 2015-16 school year. The university has won multiple awards, including the Most Outdoorsy School in the Nation award, and multiple centers across campus moved into different locations. Yes, these actions may seem to bring notoriety, but it also brings in another element: opportunity.
Ever since Butikofer arrived at SUU, he has been busy, which is noticeable in the two coaching searches he conducted this year in football and men’s basketball. However, there is a lot that he does behind the scenes to continue moving the athletic department forward.
SUU President Scott Wyatt hosted a forum Monday to update faculty and staff members about several ongoing projects to close out the school year.
After Todd Simon became the new head coach for the SUU men’s basketball team, athletic director Jason Butikofer officially welcomed him to SUU in a press conference Thursday morning.
SUU Athletic Director Jason Butikofer hired a new staff member to the Department of Athletics Thursday afternoon, hoping to increase the department's funds.
Tracy Esplin, a former prescription drug addict, shared his experience with students on Tuesday in the Living Room of the Sharwan Smith Student Center.
The SUUSA primary election results were announced Friday night and members of all three parties made it through to the next round of elections.
Monday afternoon, the SUU campus police department hosted a Crunch ‘N’ Munch public forum in the Starlight Room where students and faculty were taught the appropriate response on what to do in the case of an active shooter on campus.
SUUSA wrapped up diversity week on Friday afternoon with a diversity forum in the living room of the Sharwan Smith Student Center.
SUU students and faculty crowded into the Sterling Church Auditorium in the Sharwan Smith Student Center Tuesday for a Convocation on Islam and Hope.
SUU students came together on Wednesday to discuss Martin Shkreli and the controversy between big government and big business during Pizza and Politics in the Leavitt Center for Politics and Public Service.
The Cedar City Police Department cited two SUU student-athletes for possession of marijuana at about 1:30 a.m. Sunday.
The Leavitt Center for Politics and Public Service hosted its weekly Pizza and Politics discussion Wednesday about politics in Utah.
SUU’s Center for Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) has a wait list for students that has an average wait of 11 weeks because of the high demand of the services needed.