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USU Eastern’s baseball team is not only working hard to become a better team on the field, but off the field as well. On Sept.17 they helped put up the Price City Wave Pool cover. The cover helps protect the pool from the winter weather, keeping it warm and clean. The team does it to volunteer and help the community.
Hailee Parry is her name, and basketball is her game. Behind every athlete is a story of how they got to where they are today. Join me as we get to know a little more about Miss Parry.
Parry was born second to last in her family on Oct. 16, 1992, and loves birthday presents. She comes from a large family: an amazing mom, four brothers and two sisters. She also plays the role of aunt to three nephews and four—soon to be five—nieces.
USU Eastern’s new baseball assistant coach, Brennan Hallows, has never coached before but has years of playing under his belt. Hallows is from Heber City, Utah. He loves to hunt, go camping, spend quality time with his wife, and coach the student-athletes on USU Eastern’s baseball team.
We all know how big football is in the South. From the big college teams like Alabama, Texas and the Gators, but this story takes us to Allen, Texas where the Eagles of Allen High School now have a $60 million dollar football stadium. Now ask yourself, Isn’t that a bit overboard? Maybe not , but with this recent addition to Allen High School, football fans are sure going to enjoy their high school football games.
With the official start of the fall 2012 volleyball season just around the corner, assistant coach Miranda Milovich is taking on more than one new adventure. Coaching is a new experience for this 20 year-old USU Eastern graduate. Milovich played volleyball for the last eight years of her life; six years previous to two years of college ball. She took All-State in high school and First Team All-Region at the collegiate level. “I love the competition,” she admits.
The lady Eagles are now holding an 8-7 record after three weeks of play. The women are looking strong; best start the women have had in quite some time. Coach Warburton and her team are proud of their record and team play.
Approaching the third week of games, the Eagles traveled to Scottsdale, Ari. They had games Sept 6–8. The lady Eagles had a successful tournament, ending with four wins and one loss.
The first faceoff for the women came on Sept. 6th against South Mountain. The women came out of this game with big wins: set one 25-21 and the set three 15-10.
A new and improved USU Eastern Health and Wellness Center opened this fall for students, faculty and staff with Adam Callahan, owner of Peak Health Care, Inc., in Price, taking over the program. He will be assisted on campus by Hollie Stapely, PA-C.
Callahan is a certified and licensed physician’s assistant who graduated with honors from Pacific University in Oregon. Besides practicing family medicine, he provides DPT physicals, sports physicals, preventative medicine and disease management. He is a board member for the Utah Academy of Physician Assistants.
Every semester, Utah State University’s Logan campus has a ritual in which they remove students, who have not paid their tuition and fees completely, from their classes. This ritual is known as The Purge.
The initial purge is done two weeks before the start of school. This initial purge does not include students from the Price or Blanding campuses with the exception of those taking online courses or classes through the Logan campus.
It may be hard to imagine that a book so short and a seemingly simple read would have so much in it. The Lion, The Witch and The Wardrobe does just that. A group of four siblings: Peter, Susan, Edmund and Lucy live in England during the height of World War II. For their safety they are sent to live with distant relative of some sort called the Professor.
Once there, Lucy, the youngest, discovers a wardrobe that transports her to another world. She meets a faun. He warns her, after telling her that he is supposed to betray her, that the White Witch will be after her.
According to StopBullying.gov, an official U.S. government Web site managed by the Department of Health and Human Services in partnership with the Department of Education and Department of Justice, definitions of bullying vary, but “most agree that bullying involves:
• Imbalance of Power: people who bully use their power to control or harm and the people being bullied may have a hard time defending themselves.
• Intent to Cause Harm: actions done by accident are not bullying; the person bullying has a goal to cause harm.
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In a consumer world of bigger, better, faster and more, the moments that inspire us to stop and contemplate our lives are rare. USU students will never forget the motivating and moving message of finding real happiness through adversity and success as a double amputee. Spencer West spoke during the first Common Hour Lecture, Sept. 12, 2012, at the Logan campus and all extension campuses via satellite.