August 11, 2020

Month: April 2004

Coates & Jarrett win state awards

On April 6, the presidents of all our Utah campuses of Higher Education gathered at the Delta Center to recognize one student and one faculty member from each of their campuses that has shown outstanding efforts to be involved in combining coursework, with critical community needs.

CHS teacher named Woman of the Year

Carbon High special education teacher, Vale Himonas, Price, was honored as Woman of the Year 2004 at the annual Women’s Conference held on April 16 and hosted on the CEU campus.
Himonas was nominated for Woman of the Year by her coworkers at Carbon High School.
The list of Himonas’ selfless sacrifices in behalf of many of her students and community members was considerable and praises numerous as SUN Center Director and Woman of the Year 2003, Kathy Murray presented the award.

A student considering the loss of an Angel

At first I was shocked and even offended by the blatantly liberal and feminist way I perceived the class was being taught. My first introduction to the subject had been rather ordinary and at times almost bookish, which had suited me well, and the gall of this new professor was shocking and to be frank, unwelcome.

Students’ favorites

Six CEU community members were voted as the students’ choice for their favorite faculty, staff, freshman male and female and sophomore male and female students.
Shelly Lemons, Ph.D., was named as the students’ favorite faculty member. A history and philosophy instructor, Lemons is vice president of the faculty senate, coordinator for the Fulbright Program and faculty coordinator for service learning. She said, “the service learning is my favorite activity outside of teaching because I get to help Christine Olsen with the Campus Café .”

Award winners announced for 2004 Student Art Show

The award winners for this year’s student art show were revealed at the opening reception held at Gallery East, April 16. A total of $550 in cash and prizes were awarded to nine student artists.
The top three winners are: first place – Latasha Young, “Jack,” graphics, $100 CEU Bookstore gift certificate; second place – Paul Nieminen, “Abandoned,” print, $75; third place – Cory Newton, ceramics, $75.

Wind Symphony’s favorites from past 5 years

The Eastern Utah Wind Symphony, a college-community ensemble, will present its final performance of the 2003-04 season on Friday, April 23, at 7:30 p.m. in the Price Civic Auditorium. The concert, “Blasts from the Past,” will feature favorites performed by the Wind Symphony from 1999 to 2003.