June 18, 2021

Day: March 29, 2007

Season ends with disappointing losses

The College of Eastern Utah Golden Eagles dropped three of their last four games to end the regular season.    
On Feb. 23, North Idaho College defeated the Eagles 94 to 85. The Cardinals had seven players score in double figures led by Shawn Henderson’s 19.    Henderson also had 10 rebounds to lead NIC, and NIC had 40 rebounds to CEU’s 28.    Although the Eagles took a large amount of free throws, connecting with 86 percent, the story of the night was that the Eagles just couldn’t knock down shots.    

Boys of summer face tough competition, keep squeaking out some victories

The Eagles continue to squeak out one win in every weekend conference games.
On March 9th the College of Eastern Utah’s baseball team welcomed a tough conference opponent from Southern Nevada into Price.
The Community College of Southern Nevada was ranked 4th in the nation going into the series so the Eagles knew they would need to be ready to play.
In game one of the four game series with the CCSN Coyotes, the Eagles’ started off slow scoring just one run on six hits in a 5-1 loss.

Lady Eagles go on a roller coaster ride at Region

The lady Eagles experience the thrill of victory and the agony of defeat in less than 24 hours at the Region 18 Tournament.
On March 8 in their first game of the Region 18 tournament the Lady Golden Eagles faced the Snow College Badgers in the Activity Center in Ephraim. In front of the Badgers enthusiastic supporters (which nearly filled the Activity Center) the Lady Eagles survived the hot starting Badgers and in the last seconds won 76-74.

Spring cleaning for your body

With obesity and general inactivness becoming a growing health problem in Utah and the United States, Healthy Utah has devised a variety of programs to help combat the problem.
Healthy Utah is a free benefit for Utah state and local government employees and their PEHP (Public Employee Health Program)-covered spouses.
They offer a variety of services and resources to improve the health and well-being of our members. These services focus on weight, diabetes, cholesterol, blood pressure, stress management, nutrition, physical activity, and tobacco cessation.

Alumnae named new SSS advisor in JLSC

Chelsea Martino is one of three advisors that work at College of Eastern Utah’s Student Support Services. She works with the director Tracie Noyes, Peggy Golding and Erin Rowley. Chelsea is an advisor as well as the tutor coordinator for SSS.
One of the main goals of SSS is to help students achieve academically so that they can continue their education at a university and obtain bachelor’s degrees.
Martino has worked several places on campus since first attending in 2000; these include: the Golden Grille, bookstore, and most recently the nursing department.

Your health and how it affects the CEU Library

Do you have questions about springtime allergies? Have you ever sought answers to questions or concerns regarding stress and tension? Do you know where to look to find informative information when purchasing the best treadmill or athletic shoes? Have you ever attempted to finally understand terms like cholesterol, diabetes, or inversion therapy? If you have wondered about any of these questions or any other questions related to health and health care then the College of Eastern Utah Library is the place for you.

1st annual “Lucky Day” brings in California illusionist and band

For Mike Super, success seemed to be part of the plan since he was 6 years old.
“My magic influences as a child were Doug Henning and a newer magician at the time, David Copperfield, who was just starting out. Back then, my sister was my assistant because she didn’t have to be paid.  My mom was just incredibly supportive and even now, I end my show with a tribute to her,” he said.

SUN Center honors three Bjarnson, Woodward, Merrell

This past week I’ve sat down with three of the SUN Center’s pranksters, Maria Bjarnson, Nathaniel Woodward and Tahna Merrell to find out their thoughts on service.   It took some poking and prodding, a few almost funny jokes and a lot of side splitting laughter, but I was able to get something out of them. Word of caution, if you need to use the restroom you may want to do so before reading the rest of this article.

ASCEU elections 2007-’08

College of Eastern Utah’s student body elections are approaching, and the outcome will determine student leadership for the following year. CEU students will run for the positions of Activities Vice President, Executive Vice President, Inter-Club Council (ICC) Vice President, Senate Vice President, and Student Body President.

If UVSC can do it, what is stopping CEU?

Numerous studies have shown that the College of Eastern Utah is the most cost effective choice when it comes to obtaining a college education in Utah. It boggles my mind that, until looking for a college to attend did I even hear about CEU. Growing up in Utah one would think that all of the state schools should be on my list to attend.
Not so for this writer, not only did I not know where Price was, but also that CEU existed. How did this happen? It is not that opportunities to find out were lacking, every other state school bombarded me with fliers and invitations for campus visits.

Alumni and friends of CEU honored at Founder’s Day celebration

The 70th anniversary of the founding of the College of Eastern Utah was celebrated Saturday by honoring alumni and friends of the college. Almost 300 people attended the ceremony that heard the college’s ninth president, Ryan Thomas, acknowledge and appreciate the loyal alumni and community members who contribute to the college’s future success.

CEU Prehistoric Museum breaks ground

The new Mesozoic Gardens were launched on March 23 with almost a hundred people cheering on Marc Bingham, Reece Barrick and Pres. Ryan Thomas for their input into this historic idea to keep the College of Eastern Utah Prehistoric Museum on the cutting edge of paleontology and anthropology.
  The first shovelful of dirt was thrown in commemoration of the museum securing the property to build and develop the world’s most extensive and unique evolutionary botanical gardens, as well as the planned expansion site of the CEU Prehistoric Museum.