From break-dance to DJ to hip-hop, Joe “JShades” Petty, a senior communication major from Las Vegas, is climbing the ladder of success in the music and entertainment industry while juggling his school priorities and making post-graduation plans.
Rosalind and Orlando adventure through giant flowers and mushrooms in Cedar High School’s take on “As You Like It.”
February is Black History Month and is recognized by SUU and many clubs on campus annually.
Cookies, Costa Rica and kids were the spring break themes for Alora Bonner, a junior athletic training major from Mesquite, Nevada.
Inspiration manifests itself in many forms, but for Maria Simpson, a Cedar City native and SUU alumna, her moment came while watching “Nacho Libre.”
Spring fever has been spreading rapidly on SUU’s campus with the recent surge of warm weather.
The Harlem Globetrotters faced off against the World All Stars in an exhibition game Wednesday night in the Centrum Arena. The stakes of the game were high since the All Stars’ masked player Cager demanded that, if they won, the Globetrotters couldn’t do an autograph session after the game.
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.
If she fit the “Bridezilla” stereotype, Sarah Christensen would have been panicking, running around and screaming on the day of her wedding. But even her anxiety and depression couldn’t stop her happiness on the biggest day of her life.
The Southern Utah University Ultimate Frisbee Club is participating in the third annual Southern Utah Ultimate Extravaganza.
The seven most romantic places to visit this Valentine's Day.
Volunteer for Veggies is a little-known secret of Cedar City where local volunteers become shareholders at the Red Acre Farms, and receive fresh produce in return.
Bailey Smith, a senior interdisciplinary studies major from Pullman, Washington, had one of the worst things that can happen to a college student happen to her.
To wrap up Martin Luther King Jr. week, the Michael O. Leavitt Center for Politics and Public Service hosted a panel discussion about race issues in America last Thursday in the Sterling Church Auditorium. Two professors of political science and two students were invited to share their experiences and offer solutions to this issue.
On Saturday, Karen Ferguson’s mom died from breast cancer. The same day, she took to the streets of St. George with her son, Connor, along with almost 1,500 others to support the local Sister March.