Rather than go trick-or-treating on Halloween, hundreds of community members participated in Hallelujah Night in the parking lot of the J.L. Sorenson Physical Education Building.
Students filled the Michael O. Leavitt Center for Politics and Public Service for Wednesday’s Pizza and Politics discussion about civil rights and religious freedoms.
This election season, many candidates are having trouble obeying the law.
Starting Monday, the Care and Support Team (CAST), Real Education Affecting Life (R.E.A.L.) Peers and Active Minds will host Suicide Prevention Week activities across campus.
The Institute Building of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints had a taste of nature’s fury Thursday morning as a 70-80 year old pine fell on its roof.
SUU students and faculty crowded into the Sterling Church Auditorium in the Sharwan Smith Student Center Tuesday for a Convocation on Islam and Hope.
Reverend Eugene F. Rivers III of the Church of God in Christ and Elder Lance Bradley Wickman of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints spoke at a convocation about religious freedom Sunday inside the Centrum Arena.
On the west side of Leigh Hill in Cedar City, leaders and members of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints gathered Saturday morning to witness the groundbreaking for the church’s Cedar City Temple.
The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints announced Monday that the First Presidency approved the site and date of groundbreaking for the Cedar City, Utah Temple.
Activities for Black History Month wrapped up with a Convocation featuring the Sistas in Zion Feb. 26.
Nisha Hood, a 29-year-old senior communication major from Centerville, a veteran and a news editor for the University Journal, was found dead in her apartment Tuesday.
The SUU Muslim Student Association organized a Hijab Day celebration Tuesday in order to educate students on both the hijab and the Muslim faith. During the celebration, both non-Muslims and Muslims were welcome to wear the hijab and to ask any questions they may have had.
Kristyn Decker, alumna and author, signed copies of her new book for Iron County residents and SUU students Thursday night at Main Street Books.
SUU alumnus and author Kristyn Decker spoke tonight at Braun Books to a crowd of SUU students and Iron County residents.
For her Global EDGE project, Leen Samha chose to start the Muslim Student Association, a club that will continue at SUU even after she has graduated.