Keena Magleby tries to catch a goldfish in her mouth, Ray Smithson was throwing them…
Lately the students that live in Tucker have been complaining that the outlets do not work properly. They do not hold the plugs in the wall or they would short out.
Dr. George Uhlig attended an ASCEU Executive Board meeting and heard about this problem. CEU was going to purchase a few plugs and the students living in Tucker would choose the three worst rooms and those would be the ones replaced.
“Where mediocrity is the norm, it is not long before mediocrity becomes the ideal.” ~C.S. Lewis
Whereas, the Associated Students College of Eastern Utah (ASCEU) Leadership, hereafter referred to as Leadership: have been elected or chosen, in accordance to the ASCEU constitution, to represent fee-paying students attending CEU.
Whereas, enrollment at the CEU, hereafter referred to as college; has been in decline for five years with fall semester 2005 enrollment falling by nearly 200 full-time students.
April 26, 2006 was a significant day for College of Eastern Utah Athletics. A large group gathered at the CEU baseball field prior tothe CEU vs. CSI baseball game last Saturday for the purpose of officially naming the field the Colosimo/Carlson Field.
Seventeen cheer and yell leaders were named for 2006-07 year after tryouts last weekend. Thirteen…
After a bye weekend on April 7th and 8th, a well-rested CEU squad took the field against the league leading Eagles of CSI on the 21st of April. Led by the offensive dominance of Colton Ray who went three for three at the plate. The eagles, “came out flat, and they came out fired.” According to Frank Ori, CEU assistant coach. The game was dropped 11 to CEU’s 1.
I sit at my laptop, on Tuesday morning trying to figure out what to write my last column of the year on. The deadline for this article that I’m trying feverishly to finish was last Friday, I have to stop missing deadlines.
I’ve noticed lately that a lot of sports stars are making the news for things that happen off the field of play. So in the column today, I’m going to talk about athletes and the stories off the field.
The dangers of anorexia and bulimia and the recovery programs and resources available at the College of Eastern were discussed last week in a student forum.
CEU student Kayla Bradley spoke of her personal struggles with a disorder and how her guidance from campus counselor Tracy Kitchen, who helped her overcome the problem she battled for years.
The last few dollars of student fees are being spent as the year comes to a close. If you’re wondering what they are being spent on, the person to ask is Michelle Smith. As the vice president of finances, she is the one who accounts for every penny spent.
Jessica Holdaway and Wade Lueck, Ph.D., were recognized by the Utah Campus Compact for their outstanding dedication to service in SLC. The recognition program honors a student, faculty and community partner from each college or university in Utah.
Many students struggle in school every day due to being sleep deprived, having relationship issues and are stressed to the maximum limit. Tracy Kitchen, director of the Disability Resource Center, offers counseling services to help students deal with these issues.
Throughout the year, 21 student leaders brought service to the campus and community. This has taken time, effort, and planning. Their dedication to service has had the ripple effect and has made it possible for others to get involved.
The admissions and scholarships office will be adding new additions to the staff next year at CEU.
The new students who will be joining the Eastern Utah Ambassador team next year will be Krista Allred from Roy, Jared Bracken and Nick Cox from Carbon, Kate DeLeeuw from Tooele, Ashley Hickmon from Cyprus, Andrew Higham from Clearfield, Ashley Jeppson and Erica Jeppson from Davis, Kara Knudsen from Bear River, Danielle Martino from Carbon, Victor Rosen and Callie Seely from Emery, Kaitlin Stuart from Weber and Tyler Swenson from Emery.
On Wednesday March 22, Price City Council awarded the CEU Elmo club with the Visionary Service Leader Award for their service in the community.
The council gave their input about events going on in the community, with the stories of how they loved the theatrical plays, congratulating the people who participated in the St. Patrick’s Day parade, as well as other topics.
“Several studies claimed that students are more receptive to learning chemistry concepts when game playing is combined with the learning activity,” states Dr.. Joseph S. Chimeno in a recently published article in the “Journal of Chemical Education”.
The article is a condensed version of the book, “Evaluating Three Methods That Contribute to the Learning of Inorganic Chemical Nomenclature.” The article and book not only describe chemical concepts, but also one of the most effective ways to teach chemistry.