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The Lady Eagles start conference play this weekend with a 5-4 preseason record and stellar statistics by the entire team. During their past two weeks, the team added four victories to the win column.
On Nov. 17 and 18, the women’s basketball team took on Glendale Community College in Glendale, Ari., and came home with two wins. The first game was a 97-58 romp in which every member of the team scored, and every member of the team had at least one rebound.
As the CEU men’s basketball team prepares for their first home conference game on Friday, Dec. 8 at 7:30 p.m. in the BDAC, they have a lot to be happy about. They have left a trail of destruction everywhere they have played in the preseason.
On Nov. 24 in Twin Falls, Idaho, they took on Chemeketa Community College and won easily 94-70. The starting five: Steve Hassell, Jeremy Lathan, Anthony Oliver, Tyler, Kepkay and Rafael Moreira got a lot of minutes and did most of the scoring and rebounding. But every member of the team got minutes and made contributions.
Christmas a time for joy, a time for cheer where mankind is reminded that not so long ago there was a baby who came and wanted to make things better again … but then again that was a ’50s mentality and Norman Rockwell is bleeding.
This week’s College of Eastern Utah’s service spotlight shines on the Greenburg sisters, Janice and Jackie, from Castle Dale, Utah. Both are working on their generals, and thinking of attending SUU after they graduate from CEU.
Janice Greenburg joined the SUN Center because she wanted to serve, and heard it was a great way to get involved. She was a member of the SUN Center Leaders last semester, and was over Active Re-Entry. This year she is over-seeing Youth and Families with Promise (YFP).
Staci Little was born in Salt Lake City, moved to Alameda, California where she lived for eight years then, moved back into the Salt Lake Valley. She attended Cottonwood High School where she played basketball and soccer.
Little chose to attend CEU because she was attending SUU and decided to transfer to the College of Eastern Utah randomly.
A valued member of College of Eastern Utah’s staff will be retiring from full-time employment on Dec. 16. After almost 30 years of working as the cosmetology department’s receptionist, Ursula Beckman is looking forward to finally taking a break, and only working 19 hours a week.
The black and white photography of Jeffrey Martz is on exhibit in College of Eastern Utah’s Gallery East until December 15.
Martz titles his exhibit “Pinhole Photographs” which features 22 recent photos taken on the West Coast, in New York, New Mexico, France, Italy and Germany.
He describes his photography process as being made from hand holding a Leica M6 .58 camera outfitted with a pinhole-modified body cap. The aperture is approximately F/180 and the pinhole angle of view is 22 mm.
He prints his negative on a variety of double-weight fiber-based papers.
This archived article was written by: Lori Brassaw Please be aware of a great new…
The College of Eastern Utah academic records coordinator, Cirie Noyes has been working from April 6 this year. A high school graduate and plans to finish her Associate of Science in the near future.
This has got to be one of the most interesting elections I have ever seen. First off, let me clarify that anyone who knows me, knows that I am liberal and when it comes to elections, it is my equivalent of the Super Bowl.
This year seemed much better, but it had its highs and its lows. However I’ll get to that later on. Right now it seems that progressive voters looking for change on Nov. 7, swept in a democratic majority in the House of Representatives and the Senate, ensuring that the U.S. House will be under new leadership with more fair-minded politicians come January.
The best thing about Christmas is the giving spirit so many have at this time of year, despite our religious preference. Most of us college students, however, may be distracted by next week’s upcoming finals or packing for vacations. This is a crazy time in the life of a college student. I would like to persuade you all to take a break from your hectic schedules and see what you can do for others around you this season.
One of my favorite stories to tell is one starring my sister when she about beat me and my best friend for leaving her at the club.
No social security number, no birth certificate, no drivers license, yet still a possibility of having a bad reputation through MySpace.com.
Myspace.com serving seven countries around the world people and having only reported problems that deal with parental control people tend to believe that this specific site will have little or no dangers that could be associated with it. This philosophy, however, has been proven wrong by the criminal acts that have taken place against not only the residents of Price, but also the student body of the College of Eastern Utah.
This archived article was written by: Chase Dâ€™Ambrosio Last year eight students and an instructor…