Tue. Nov 12th, 2019

Eagle Life

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.

Ambassadors begin sixth year at CEU

You’ve seen them around, they’re everywhere. Helping you move in, running around on Welcoming Day in crazy stripped shirts, and singing off key at the Karaoke night. They call themselves Ambassadors, but who are they and what are they doing here?