The Career and Internship Fair, held in the Ballroom of the Sharwan Smith Student Center on Thursday, offered opportunities to students from every major.
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.
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.”
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.
Tiffani Phillips, a senior agriculture science major from Shingle Springs, California, extended the legacy of her lifelong companion horse, furthered her career and accomplished a long-term goal, all while completing her EDGE project.
When it comes to public lands, Brian Raper, the partnership director for the Intergovernmental Internships Cooperative (IIC), is an experienced expert and an asset to the program.
When Amber Sharkey, the international student advisor, announced the planning of a Lunar New Year celebration at SUU, Chinese exchange students visited her office in hordes to express their excitement and offer their assistance, several of whom had never been away from their families during the biggest annual celebration in their country.
Dave Sorenson, known as Dark Star Dave, is a Canyon View High School woodshop teacher by day and an expert constellation guide by night at regular star parties hosted by Cedar Breaks National Monument and Brian Head Resort.
Scott Chapman, a senior business management major from Hemet, California, revived an old hobby and implemented skills pertaining to his major to start a game design business while completing his EDGE project in the process.