June 18, 2021

Day: March 12, 2010

Zwick profiled in Montclair’s Who’s Who in North America

Henry Andrew Frank Zwick has been selected for inclusion in the 2009-10 edition of Montclair’s “Who’s Who in North America”.
Inclusion into this registry is truly an honor bestowed upon the most distinguished professionals. After careful review of Mr. Zwick’s credentials and accomplishments, the editorial staff has granted him acceptance.

Assistant basketball coach plans to stay in profession for life

“We all have greatness in us; we just need to find it” There are monumental people who inspire, lead by example, motivate, and dedicate their lives into the service of others. College of Eastern Utah’s Assistant Coach Brad Barton is one of those people. As the clock ran down its final minutes at Saturday night’s championship game between the CEU Eagles and Northern Idaho Cardinals, Barton’s face glowed with pride. He sat in anticipation, his fist clenched in the air in celebration.

SWAC Day Two

The North Idaho College women took on the College of Southern Idaho women on the second day of the tourney. Scoring was back and forth early on in the game, with both teams trading baskets the first five minutes of the game.
At the first media timeout CSI led 12-9 over the Cardinals. At 13 minutes, CSI’s Maddy Plunkett extended the Eagle’s lead to three with a nice turn-around jumper. The Eagles showed flashes of brilliance, at times appearing to pick apart the NIC defense. But NIC refused to go away and continue to press CSI.

45 year-old drought ended

Last weekend was one that will not quickly be forgotten by members of the College of Eastern Utah men’s basketball team. On Friday they dismissed Salt Lake Community College Bruins, and secured a place in the finals of the Scenic West Athletic Conference tournament and then on Saturday the Eagles knocked off nationally ranked North Idaho College to secure the first conference title in 45 years. The week before the tournament EU closed out the regular season with a loss in Coeur d’Alene, Idaho, against NIC, and a win against the College of Southern Idaho Eagles.

USU-CEU history in the making

The College of Eastern Utah is now officially part of the Utah State University system as a result of the passage of Senate Bill 69 by the Utah State Legislature March 4.
Pending the governor’s signature, the passage of the bill marks the first higher education merger between two long-standing institutions in the state’s history. CEU’s new name will be Utah State University-College of Eastern Utah.

CEU Library changes policy and upgrades systems

The CEU Library has recently added several new whiteboards to the group study rooms. With monetary assistance from Jane Johnson, director of international student Services, the library was able to purchase several whiteboards and markers for student use.
This is a great resource while working on group projects or for individual study. Study rooms and markers are available for checkout at the Circulation Counter at the front of the library.
A special thanks goes to Jane Johnson and all the international students for their generous gift to the CEU Library.

Raising the funds for the 6000 watts of awesomeness

Snow College, Weber State University, Utah State University, and Dixie State College have one. Will the College of Eastern Utah be next?
CEU has the Federal Communications Commission’s approval to construct a 6000 watt communications tower.
Currently CEU has a 0.25 watt system, according to Johnathan Ariola. The system in place “doesn’t even go through an inch of glass.
“The 6000 watt system would allow the station to broadcast over most of Carbon County and even parts of Emery County,” said Troy Hunt, communications department chair and advisor to the radio program.

Chilean disaster makes for an earlier bedtime

The news has been filled with disasters from around to world. Earthquakes, tsunamis, floods, tornadoes, cyclones etc. What takes place after all disasters is the relief and reconstruction and donations of time and money go out to the affected persons. After a period of time, the disaster is forgotten by the rest of the world unless it affected the international economy or took place in a world power country. But did you know that some disasters can permanently affect the world? Even the time you go to bed?

SWAC Day Three: Championship Games

Saturday night at the BDAC, the NIC lady Cardinals played the SLCC Bruins for the SWAC title. Camille Reynolds hit a three for the Cardinals to get things started. NIC jumps out to an early 7-2 lead with 18:41 left in the first half. SLCC’s Avi Burgess made a nice play on a fast break to cut the Cardinal lead to 9-6. Hale Holmstead put SLCC ahead by one with a nice cutting lay-up, it’s 12-11 Bruins.
The first half was close and at the first media timeout, NIC led 15-14 with 13:36 left in the half. Kama Griffits hit a three for NIC with 10:54 left, making it 22-17 in favor of the Cardinals.