The performance is underway. The actors give their lines, but the stage is silent.
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.”
Christmas is a season for giving, and this year, that became more clear to me than ever before. My in-laws invited my husband and me to share their tradition of going to Mexico to build houses for families who do not have homes. At first, I was nervous about going.
Inspired by the story of a coworker’s 3-year-old leukemia-stricken son, Austin Andrews, a senior technical theater major from Layton, organized a two-day bone marrow drive that started Nov. 4 and completed his EDGE project in the process.
This past Wednesday, the Cedar Band of the Paiute Indian Tribe of Utah put on an event that was run by the Native Youth program, education program and Title VI.
The Disability Support Center’s annual Disability Awareness Week shed light on what it is like to live with a disability.
Days for Girls International partnered with the Community Engagement Center for their Campus Kickoff service event in the Sharwan Smith Student Center Ballroom this last Tuesday.
Students showed off their creative abilities Wednesday night in the Starlight Room of the Sharwan Smith Student Center at the Leavitt Center’s Political Poetry Slam and cartoon contest.
Partners in the Parks, a national organization for honors students that started at SUU, celebrates its 10th birthday this year.
The first BioBlitz Festival in Cedar City took place Friday and Saturday in the Cedar Canyon Nature Park. Visitors came and celebrated the outdoors through different activities.
On Friday, the Military Order of the Purple Heart has recognized and awarded SUU as a Purple Heart Campus during a ceremony next to the Hunter Conference Center.
SUU Camp Kesem chapter volunteers hosted a fundraiser for kids affected by cancer to go to camp.
SUU and Cedar City honored community and student veterans Wednesday with tributes throughout the day.
Many students are aware of the construction that is happening at the intersection of University Boulevard and 300 West, but many are not aware of the things behind the scenes of the development of the Southern Utah Museum of Art (SUMA).