Jenna Chapman

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International voices heard in podcast

A retro microphone stands in the center of International Student Advisor John Hildebrand’s desk. So far, it has heard the stories of four students from four different countries, and it has plans to hear hundreds more.

IIC's 10th birthday

The Intergovernmental Internship Cooperative (IIC) turned 10 years old with a celebration of the outdoors. Founders and new interns alike attended a celebration at the end of January and a larger celebration is in the works for the end of the summer.

Senior biology major finishes last year on academic high

Homegrown in southern Utah, Jeremy Evans is taking the biology department by storm. Evans is a senior biology and zoology major from Hurricane who not only enjoys his studies but also takes advantage of every opportunity to learn more about his field.

Five key takeaways from the Doctor

David Coleman, better known as “The Dating Doctor,” spilled major dating secrets when he visited campus on Friday. Coleman is a relationship consultant.

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Lip sync battle raises pitch for fundraiser

Theatre students threw sugar and danced their way to the top at the lip sync battle on Saturday.

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Trickery

Rosalind and Orlando adventure through giant flowers and mushrooms in Cedar High School’s take on “As You Like It.”

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Painting like Arbuckle

Paint-splattered hands and paper plates filled the education room of the Southern Utah Museum of Art Monday as children tried to emulate the work of Linda Arbuckle.

The Piano Guys rock the Centrum Arena

A foggy haze of colored lights filled the Centrum. A grand piano and four cellos sat in the center of the stage. The most unconventional classical music concert was about to begin.

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Seven romantic wonders of Cedar

The seven most romantic places to visit this Valentine's Day.

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"Hidden Figures" is an inspiration

Previously hidden in history, three black women take on issues of race, gender and flying in space in the feel-good historical film, “Hidden Figures.” The movie takes place in the stubbornly-segregated state of Virginia in the 1960s at the NASA Langley Research Center.

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