Homecoming 2010


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Fireworks and free chapstick

At 7 p.m. on Friday, SUU students, alumni and faculty congregated alongside Cedar City residents on the Upper Quad for Forever Red. According to Mindi Benson, approximately 6,000 people were there at one of the largest events SUU has to offer. Forever Red is a traditional event that precedes True T-Bird Night. This year it featured a free concert, food, prizes, fireworks and more.

Homecoming flips for alumni's pancakes

The smell of pancakes and maple syrup filled the air at this year’s annual alumni pancake breakfast at the J. Reuben Clark Jr. Alumni House last Saturday. Alumni Association volunteers flipped pancakes and grilled sausages for the crowd gathered to watch the homecoming parade coming down University Blvd.

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Calculating their futures

Tuesday morning, SUU accounting and finance majors had an opportunity to network with potential employers at the Accounting and Finance Career Fair in the R. Haze Hunter Conference Center.

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T-Birds ready to battle

After a 28-23 victory over the Lions of Southeastern Louisiana University and trailing a bye week, SUU will host Portland State Saturday with kick off at 6:00 p.m. The Portland State Vikings are coming off a two game losing streak, losing to San Jose State 35-66 and the Washington Huskies 3-41.

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SUU forever red

Current and former SUU students will gather on the Upper Quad Friday night for “Forever Red.”

Clubs show off their SUU spirit

On Saturday, around 70 groups will participate in the annual homecoming parade. Both on-campus clubs and community organizations, such as dance groups and marching bands, will participate.