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Top 10 Places To Camp Near Cedar City

By Kaden Mcbride on May 24, 2018

in Cedar City, Outdoors

One of the best ways to explore the picturesque scenery of southern Utah is through camping. The area is full of rugged mountain peaks, red rock expanses and wild areas unique to this corner of the world. With so much to take in, we’ve compiled an insider’s guide on the some of the best places to camp that aren’t very far from Southern Utah University.

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Russian Tennis Player Starts Business to Help International Athletes

Evgenia Marushko has always loved tennis and trained at a professional level since childhood. As a teenager, she was deciding what to do with her tennis career. In Russia and most other countries in the world, there’s no college team sports. That means athletes have to either play professionally and hope that they are one of the few exceptions who makes it, or quit their sport and enroll at a local university.

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2018 Summer Construction Projects

Facilities Management would like to update the campus community on all the summer campus projects:

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Join a Club at SUU

By Parker Hess on May 21, 2018

in Students, Campus Resources

With over 140 different clubs on at Southern Utah University there are countless ways to personalize your college experience. From the soccer club to the rocket club to the hip hop club, there’s always something happening on campus. Find where you fit in by joining a club or organization that shares the same interests as you!

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Meet Our Professors: Dave Lunt, History

It’s all Greek for Dr. Dave Lunt, Assistant Professor of History at Southern Utah University. A specialist in ancient athletics, Dave intensely studies the effects of sports in society, specifically Greece. He loves studying this 2,000-year-old topic because of the ways that sports reveal cause-and-effect in ancient (and modern) societies, as well as the human factors that drive historic events.

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Future Doctor Honored as COSE Valedictorian

Jacob Lambertsen is proud to represent the College of Science and Engineering as the 2018 Valedictorian. Lambertsen is a double major, studying biology and chemistry while maintaining an almost perfect GPA.

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Congratulations to the 2018 Tenure Faculty

By Southern Utah University on May 14, 2018

in Faculty

Recently honored at the 5th Annual Recognition of Tenure Celebration, the following faculty were awarded tenure. Congratulations and thank you for your dedication to Southern Utah University! 

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CPVA Valedictorian Reflects on Opportunities at SUU

Southern Utah University’s College of Performing and Visual Arts is proud to announce Ashlee Shipp Lieske as their 2018 Valedictorian. Lieske has dedicated her time to the Department of Music studying voice and choral education, and will earn her degree in Music Education.

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Young Mother Graduates as Valedictorian

A long and proud legacy of Southern Utah University alumni including both parents, three sisters, and several extended family members brought Angela Castagno from Kanab to Cedar City, Utah. Following in her family's footsteps simply felt right.

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How to Decorate Your Graduation Cap: Tips, Tricks & Ideas

By Southern Utah University on May 08, 2018

in Graduation

With one last chance to stand out and declare independence as a student, some graduates pull out all the stops when decorating their graduation caps. Having a decorated cap not only makes you unique, but it can also help friends and family find you in the sea of robed-graduates.

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