I’m here to tell you that the idea that women have to choose between marriage and a successful career is a stupid one.
The University of Michigan Wolverines and the Southern Utah University Flippin’ Birds will meet again this Sunday in Ann Arbor, Michigan.
February is Black History Month and is recognized by SUU and many clubs on campus annually.
The Flippin’ Birds soared past the school record once again Friday evening with the score 196.725, topping Utah State University’s score of 195.725.
To beat the wintertime blues, the company my husband will be working for this summer rented a cabin in Fish Haven, Idaho (Bear Lake), for its employees. It provided cross-country skis, sleds, tubes, snowboards and a RZR to entertain us for the whole weekend.
The away meet at Boise State: Friday, Feb. 3 the Flippin’ Birds were outscored by the Boise State Broncos at Boise State. The final scores were T-Birds 194.325 and Broncos 197.025. The competition was the first meet of the season where the Lady T-Birds competed against another team from Mountain Rim Gymnastics Conference (MRGC).
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.
The Flippin’ Birds scored big last Friday after beating number 24-ranked North Carolina State University, resulting in SUU senior Danielle Ramirez receiving a title from Mountain Rim Gymnastics Conference (MRGC) as Gymnast of the Week, as well as Co-Vault Specialist of the Week.
Marshal Beach is a husband, father, student and student director of the Michael O. Leavitt Center for Politics and Public Service. Beach is a senior interdisciplinary studies major with an emphasis in communication, political science and psychology.
SUU students can now dress to impress without putting a hole in their wallet thanks to the SUU Professional Closet. The Leavitt Center for Politics and Public Service and the Career Center at SUU have partnered to help provide professional clothing that students may not generally be able to afford.