April 6, 2020

Month: February 2007

Ladies drop two to SLCC, take two from SC

It was a dismal night for the Lady Eagles a couple weekends ago when they stepped on the floor in the BDAC and ran into a talented and committed-to-win Salt Lake City Community College Bruin’s team.
The Bruins, who are on top of the Scenic West Athletic Conference slapped the Eagles 79-40 for their worst lost of the season. This week the Bruins moved up four places in the national rankings to number 18.

Eagles struggle on homefront, remain hopeful

The College of Eastern Utah Golden Eagles finished the previuos two weekends at home with a 1 and 3 record.
On the weekend of February 9, they battled the Salt Lake Community College Bruins, and came out with the same results as the teams previous meetings in Salt Lake City, losing the first game and winning the second.  Then on the weekend of February 16, the Eagles hosted Snow College and suffered two disappointing losses to the Badgers.

Tracie Noyes appointed to head SSS programs

Tracie Noyes’s love of working with students helped her become the director of student support services at the College of Eastern Utah fall semester after Brad Watson resigned and accepted a position at Utah State University.
Noyes has been working on the CEU campus since 1999. She has worked as an advisor in SSS five years. She also worked in scholarships and high school relations for two years before transferring to SSS. Her educational background includes receiving her associate’s of science degree at CEU and her bachelor’s of science degree in human resource management from USU.

Poseidon the Musical

One part “ballsy” audition, one part a Utah premier, and a progressive director thrown into the mix and the Poseidon Adventure, is now roughly four weeks away from opening.
The Poseidon Adventure is a parody musical of the classic original film named, The Poseidon Adventure starring Gene Hackman. If you have not heard of Poseidon: The Musical don’t feel bad, because this is the first time it’s being shown out of L.A.

Service runs deep for SUN student leaders

A love of service was in the air this past week as three SUN Center leaders were interviewed; Colby Majors,  Bob Jensen and Kris Lester.   Each has a deep appreciation for service, and wants to share that appreciation with you.
Colby Majors
Colby Majors comes to CEU from Huntington, Utah.   He is working on his generals and eventually wants to get an elementary education degree from Utah Valley State College.   Majors first got involved with service and the SUN Center in 2005.  

Friday Night Schmoozers concerts continue

The Friday Night Schmoozer concert series continues with three major events happening in the next month.
 Tomorrow (Feb. 23) three bands take the stage in the Old Ballroom for a rock show.   Today’s Tomorrow and The People vs. Nick Kiahtipes are both local bands.   They will share the stage with Victim Effect, a Provo band.  

Clarifying the horror created by the truth of statistics

Losing sleep because of low enrollment harming the College of Eastern Utah has now come to an end, thanks to an e-mail in response to my article concerning “low student enrollment” in the Feb. 8 issue.
After writing the article, “class sizes diminish with low student enrollment,” my adviser received a pointed e-mail that was half directed toward me stating I had written a “misleading” article stating that, ” … the institution is doing an analysis of class sizes to determine which programs to terminate.” I feel the CEU community deserves a response.

Seize the day and overcome embarrassing situations

Recently I had the opportunity to see a part of the world that I had not been at all interested in finding out more about. It has to do with my recent change of occupation. So not only have I received a slight boost in pay, but encountered a particularly nasty entity known to the world at large as the graveyard shift. However with me being who I am, I would still rather do that than wake up early and go to work. I am a night person.

BDAC extends hours to students and public

The Bunnell-Dmitrich Athletic Center has extended its Saturday hours, announced Darren Fairbanks of ASCEU Leadership. “The BDAC is open two more hours on Saturdays,” he said. “We asked Dave Paur [athletic director and BDAC manager] if it would be possible for the BDAC to be open later on Saturdays for students and he agreed to keep it open until 3 p.m.” Prior to the request, the BDAC hours were Saturdays from 8 a.m. to 1 p.m.
The BDAC’s posted hours are Monday-Friday from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m., Friday from 5 a.m. to 7 p.m., and Saturday from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m.

CEU’s Rocky Mountain Mediafest

Lone Peak High School, Weber High School and Alta High School journalists were the top winners in this year’s Rocky Mountain Mediafest’s annual competition hosted by CEU’s communication department. Contest entries were submitted from work completed by the high school students from Jan. 1, 2006 to Dec. 31, 2006.
Weber High School’s Warrior News and Alta High School’s The Hawkeye students each won 12 awards withLone Peak’s Crusader students taking home 10 awards.

Attending CEU is best bargain in Utah

Attending the College of Eastern Utah is a better bargain than it was five years ago, reported the 2006-07 Student Guide to Utah’s Colleges and Universities. At $2,090, it charges the lowest tuition and fees in the state. Five years ago, it was second lowest in the state at $1,466 per year, with Snow the best bargain at $1,312.