August 14, 2020

Harmon receives award for his valor

A CEU student takes photos for The Eagle, on Ballet Co., a Yell Leader and still finds time to save a young girl from dying in rollover on his way to Las Vegas to visit his parents a few months ago. It was because of his saving a young girl on that one trip that BJ Harmon received from the state of Utah a Citizen Commendation Medal on November 7 at Thanksgiving Point.

The dangerous world of a backpack??

In today’s “modern” age, it seems as though every product and every action, comes with a set of risks. It comes as no surprise to open the morning newspaper and discover that your favorite brand of shampoo is now causing cancer. So it is no wonder that something as simple as the backpack is a health risk to its users.

Business club fund-raiser Loserpalooza concert deemed a success for music enthusiasts

At 9pm October 17th the doors opened to let in the crowd for the first CEU Loserpalooza.
The show named after its larger national counterpart Lollapalooza, was formed in the same fashion, to create a place for local upcoming bands to play and get exposure.
Sponsored by the business club as a fund-raiser, the members of the club willingly jumped into an area that was full of problems and controversy.

Around the world in 80 seconds

Last year’s sports editor stole my spot this week, but the world still goes ’round, so here we go.
The Marlins won the World Series.  The Vikings finally didn’t win a game, but Virginia Tech feels their pain. The world of sports is always changing.  As a famous quote says, “That’s why you play the game.”  Here is what happened in the games played last week.

Sophomore spotlight: Jordan Fox

Washington-state born Jordan Fox made her way to Alpine, Utah in 1998. She transferred to Lone Peak High School in the first part of ninth grade. As a child growing up in Seattle, Fox was exposed to volleyball and learned the sport from her dad. “My dad is very athletic, he would play volleyball with some teams in Washington and I would go watch. He would play with me before and after his games, we would ‘pepper’ on the sidelines. This was when I was in elementary school, I have played every since then.”