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To the cabinet’s reaction to the flash mob. While being fooled into thinking an important meeting was taking place in the advisory room, something soon took over in the air turning students into zombies. The zombies moved the cabinet into the halls and performed the memorable Michael Jackson “Thriller” routine to the amazement of the cabinet. They were more than cooperative with the students and even Chancellor Peterson took to the zombie movements. Keep your eyes open, not even important meetings can save you from flash mobs.
To the trade tech programs. USU Eastern’s programs offered are some of the top-tier trade tech programs in the nation. Many students from the programs have the opportunity to continue work at major businesses. The success of the program is ranked in the top percent in the country. For all the success over the last decade, our trade tech program put USU Eastern on the map. Two thumbs up to the departments and the hard work past and present.
To the obnoxious weeds and lack of colorful plants around campus combined with untrimmed trees. Many buildings are over run with dead flowers, weeds and overgrown trees. Many buildings are decorated with colorful dead shrubs or weeds instead of beautiful roses, tulips or daffodils. Trimming trees has become as ancient as the typewriter; trees on campus have not been touched since they were planted. Although the trees look great for Halloween, as far as a college campus they are subpar.
To upper level transitioning into bachelor’s degree programs. The frustration coming from students who complete their associate’s degree and look to further their education at USU Eastern. This has become harder than obtaining their associates. The lack of communication, cooperation and effort from the Logan campus with the counselors at USU Eastern has left many heading for the canyon to looking for another college. Enrollment is down from year’s past, while retention is becoming more difficult with students looking to continue for a higher education at USU Eastern.