The annual Southern Utah University Intramural Mock Trial Competition took place on Feb. 10 and 11. Four teams, composed of SUU students from various disciplines, participated.
Seven people gathered in the Michael O. Leavitt Center on Wednesday for an hour to participate in Rant Night of the semester.
The Table Tennis Club had their first tournament Saturday in the basketball court area in the J.L. Sorenson Physical Education Building.
Surrounded by former presidents of Southern Utah University in the Hunter Haze Conference Center’s Great Hall, students stood around green felt tables and placed bets at the bi-annual Casino Night, hosted by SUUSA.
Wednesday evening, a line of hungry students wrapped around the upper rotunda and outside the Starlight Room of the Sharwan Smith Student Center for the Jamming Waffle House.
The “Dirty Dancing” soundtrack plays in the background. Across the small kitchen table, Allison Borzoni digs the last spoonful of yogurt from its cup.
Last Monday, spoken word poet Ashlee Haze kicked off the Identity Fair with a series of poems about her identity, covering controversial topics like feminism, representational politics, body image and racism.
The Southern Utah University Ultimate Frisbee Club is participating in the third annual Southern Utah Ultimate Extravaganza.
As part of Identity Week at SUU, SUUSA members hosted the annual Identity Week Fashion Show in the Sharwan Smith Student Center Ballroom. Among the cultures represented at the fashion show were Samoa, Nepal, Burundi, Native American and more.
SUUSA put on an Identity Fair Thursday in the Living Room of the Sharwan Smith Student Center where students could decorate t-shirts, take polaroid pictures, eat free food and celebrate their individuality.
The R. Haze Hunter Conference Center glittered around a crowd of masked students last Saturday. The classy masquerade theme featured lights, glittering and feathered masks, classy attire and photo-ops.
SUU students kicked off their Sunday shoes on Wednesday at SUU’s Swing Dance Club’s weekly practice.
Jimmy Fallon Game Night roared with laughter Tuesday as a variety of games featured on “The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon” and “Minute to Win It” were played. Games included Lip Sync Battle, Puddle Jump and Egg Russian Roulette, and everyone in the audience took a turn participating.
A line formed outside SUU’s Centrum Arena last Saturday in anticipated for the MKTO concert presented by the Alumni Association and SUUSA. The line had already formed halfway around the arena an hour prior to the concert starting.
The Professional Business Leaders Club, Phi Beta Lambda (PBL), held an opening social event Thursday to talk about their exciting plans for the coming year.