The Angel tree, located in the JLSC, has only three angel tags left for Santa…
Blaine Atwood’s pottery classes work the entire semester creating bowls, cups, jars, etc. to sell…
The results are in. After beating BYU on Nov. 22, the University of Utah can claim the best football team in the state.
The Utes annihilated the Cougars by a score of 48-24. The Utes were ranked seven in the nation going into the game, and BYU 14. With the win over the Cougars, Utah clinched the Mountain West Conference Championship, a trip to a BCS bowl, and the Beehive Boot, which is given to the best college football team in the state of Utah.
It’s no secret in the world of sports that the Bowl Championship Series for Division-I football can be a little screwed up at times, or so that’s the way it has seemed the last few years. Does it really matter the strength of schedule? I mean the last time I checked a win was a win and a loss was still a loss. It doesn’t matter if you lose to the best team in the country or the very worst team in the country.
Over Thanksgiving break College Eastern Utah’s women’s basketball team had anything but a break. EU played two games Nov. 28-29 against Glendale Community College of Arizona in Glendale.
Anybody catch the Utah-TCU game a few weeks back? Or how about Utah’s amazing comeback against Oregon State? Or the time BYU romped on UCLA?
The College of Eastern Utah men’s basketball team is off to an impressive start, beating any opponent that has gotten in their way. CEU kept the undefeated streak garnering three more wins against Western Wyoming, Casper Community College and Northeastern Junior College recently.
photo by Stephanie Koss/The Eagle CEU students Morgan Haigler, Alex Johnson and Taylor Nixon anxiously…
Scheduled for January 21 at 7 p.m., the College of Eastern Utah Fashion Show is will hit the runway in the JLSC multi-purpose room with the hope of bringing students and the community together. Entry is $2 for children, senior citizens and students with ID, and $4 for everyone else.
Mozart meets Metallica with all the special effects and light show of a band like Rush best describes the Trans Siberian Orchestra’s (TSO) Christmas production. They performed at Salt Lake City’s E- Center on Nov. 13 with their spectacular laser show.
College of Eastern Utah’s Dance Ensemble opens their first Seasons Greeting’s production on Dec. 4-6 at 7:30 p.m. in the Geary Theatre showcasing the college choir, Eagle Dancers and themselves.
Offering 10 holiday numbers ranging from ballet to modern, the Ensemble will perform pieces to Frosti, choreographed by Melissa Anast; Waltz of the Flowers, choreographed by Kristin Unsworth and Anast; Winter, choreographed by Julia Tatton; God Rest Ye Merry Gentleman, choreographed by Rachel Allen and Anast; Santa Baby, Silent Night and Carol of the Bells, all choreographed by Anast.
From his father majoring in physics, to both of his young daughters sharing his love of science, Michael Cross loves teaching at the College of Eastern Utah.
Throughout his schooling, Cross took classes that pointed him toward a career in pharmaceuticals. This was his plan through college and graduate school, as he majored in organic chemistry while working on his doctorate degree.
R&R Environmental Inc. inspected the College of Eastern Utah’s Student Center on Nov. 25 to determine the source and components of the smell emanating from the top floor bathrooms.
The report investigated levels of carbon monoxide, formaldehyde, carbon dioxide, and temperature and humidity, and all registered normal. An air quality test was also conducted, which tested for contaminants. According to the standards set by the Occupational Safety and Health Administration, the building received a PEL (Permissible Exposure Limit).
A special friend, father, father figure, husband, grandfather and mentor lost his life in a tragic accident in Colorado two weeks ago.
Michael LaVar Loveless was born in Provo on Oct. 22, 1957. The son of LaVar and Kathryn Loveless, he married Colleen Grange on June 15, 1979. Together they had two children, Spencer and Mikaleen.
‘Tis the season to be jolly, rude, broke or simply frustrated over the commercialism and expectations that it brings each December. Because of this, The Eagle staff members responded with mixed reactions over the season and its ramifications over their lives for the next 21 days. Here’s some of their thoughts: