When, on that fateful day in 1934, the dark mysteries of nature combined against a romantic passing through Southern Utah, the impetus behind those deadly forces alone could have known what a lasting impact a young man’s life and death would make. This life and death were the themes of the Nov. 18 presentation on Everett Reuss given by Noel Carmack, assistant professor of art, and Gary James Bergera, co-author of the book On Desert Trails With Everett Reuss.
Scruff, grizzle, and gruff all come out for No Shave November. The popularity of the man tradition has grown over the past few years via social media and MTV. The rules are simple; don’t shave during November. Females are invited to participate in No Shave November, but the majority do not. There is more to No Shave November than ditching the razor for the month.
No Shave November, is a spoof of movember, a tradition involving growing mustaches in November to raise awareness of prostate cancer. The movement, which began in 2003, raised close to $42 million dollars last year.
Progress has been made and student government will likely deliver on their promises. Student Association President Thomas Garvin is optimistic about the upcoming semester after the progress made in the first.
Students have easy access to a full menu of services in the USUEastern Health and Wellness Center for $20 per visit for students and $30 for community members.
The health and wellness center is all but invisible between the testing center and the radio booth in theStudent Activities Center.
Made visible by catchy literature on the wall and a sign advising that it is the wellness center, the door is extremely passable for those not interested in Planned Parenthood or who are secure that they are normal for a person of their gender.
The USU Eastern Business Club recently hosted a seminar on how to create professional resumes and win interviews. Among the speakers were, Dr. Elaine Youngberg, Associate Professor of Business in the Business Department; Stan Martineau, Associate Professor of Automotive Technology; Kevin F. Axelgard, President of Les Schwab Tire Center of Price and Cori Axelgard who has worked in the job placement industry.
As fall semester winds down, the office of residential life is looking ahead to the 2012-13 school year to appoint resident advisers.
The housing staff has the unique ability to lookout for students who have the potential to be resident advisers, but housing also needs your help identifying other students who have that potential.
Our goal is to reach out to those students and be able to provide them with the necessary information so they know how to pursue the position.
Being a college student, I am always looking for more time: time for socializing, time for studying, time for work, etc. One area in my life I’ve noticed that I am not prioritizing is sleep. If we live 90 years on this planet, on average, we are sleeping for 30 years of that. I have found myself in a stupor lately, thinking, “there has to be a better way.”
When we talk about sleep, we need to realize that there are two main types, REM and non-REM, along with five stages. Four of these stages of sleep are directly related to non-REM sleep, while one is directly related to REM sleep.
Speaking Spanish came in handy for USU Eastern associate professor Steve Nelson last summer when he joined a humanitarian mission to deliver much needed supplies to Cuba.
According to Nelson, in 1962 the U.S. government placed an embargo on Cuba. It is the longest trade lasting embargo in modern world history. Since the time the embargo began, the U.S. has not been able to sell anything or travel to Cuba because technically, it is against the law.
One of the worst feelings for me is to watch a kicker stroll onto a field for a game-winning field goal attempt. I don’t trust them.
The past three weeks have been up and down for the Utah State University Eastern Lady Eagles. On November 17-19, 2011 they traveled to Central Wyoming to play Northeastern Junior College, Casper College and Colby Community College in the Casper Pizza Hut Invitational. Over Thanksgiving break the Lady Eagles played Treasure Valley Community College, and Otero Junior College.
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At 12, Neveij Walters saw his brother playing basketball and decided he would give it a try, and has loved the game ever since. “I saw my brother playing and thought it was the coolest thing, right then and there I fell in love with the sport, nothing else mattered.”
After starting the season 6-0, the men’s basketball team headed to tournaments in Nebraska and Wyoming and then played one game in Price. Since the beginning of the season the team has only been on their home floor five times and looked impressive each time.
10 Things a man should do before he dies
1. Grow a Beard- All Great men who have accomplished things throughout history all had beards. Form our founding fathers to men like Robert Redford who had us captivated by there manliness and bushiness. A beard is a sign of dignity and demands respect. Therefore you must have one.
Jessa Love Adams
I can’t believe that I’m writing my farewell article. My two and a half years at CEU (USU Eastern… whatever) have flown by. I also can’t believe how much I’ve changed in only two and a half years, the people I have grown to love and the countless memories I have made.
I know that I’m going to miss this place. I never once thought that Price, Utah, America, would ever hold a place in my heart. I’m also excited to turn the page and start a new chapter in my book called Life.