Thu. Dec 5th, 2019

The Eagle

Photographic exhibit features Nine-Mile Canyon

A photographic exhibit of Nine-Mile Canyon opens Friday at 7 p.m. in the CEU Prehistoric Museum. The exhibit features photography by Diane Orr and a video by storyteller Larry Cesspooch.
The history of the canyon started over 4,000 years ago when a group of hunters and gatherers now known as the Fremont Indians inhabited a nearby canyon. They eventually disappeared, whether they were killed off or simply absorbed into other native cultures, no one knows for sure. But they left a legacy in their wall art in what is now known as Nine-Mile Canyon.

Tennis players are geared up for a new season

For many students the anticipation of beginning the upcoming school year is caused by a variety of different reasons. For Jennifer Jarrett, the reason was tennis. “Every time I thought about coming back to Price to play with the CEU tennis team again, I got really excited.

Show me the money: A breakdown of the $167 student fees

Over $500,000 was spent out of students’ pockets for student fees this year. Each CEU student is required to pay $167 dollars for student fees.
The biggest chunk of funds goes into paying for the College Center which is $44 per semester and another $5.50 for operations of the center. Student activities get $30 each semester.
Paying for Burtenshaw Residence Hall is the third largest fee with $28 appropriated followed by the athletic department with $25 given per semester to run the intercollegiate athletics.