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Student Educates Others Through Music

By Cami Mathews on January 03, 2018

in Students, Student Projects

As a self-described gypsy woman who loves art, music, travel and experiencing new cultures, Marissa Brown enjoys combining her passions with her degree in music.

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Pizza and Politics- Size of Government

By Cami Mathews on December 21, 2017

in Political T-Birds

The Michael O. Leavitt Center for Politics and Public Service hosts Pizza & Politics every Wednesday at noon to discuss a current political topic. Leavitt Center student employees research the topic and moderate the conversation. These discussions expose students to a variety of important issues and encourages them to share their own perspectives while learning all sides of an issue. Free pizza is provided for all who attend.

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University Students Discuss Bears Ears, Grand Staircase Monument National Debate

By Cami Mathews on December 04, 2017

in Students, Political T-Birds

The Michael O. Leavitt Center for Politics and Public Service hosts Pizza & Politics every Wednesday at noon to discuss a current political topic. Leavitt Center student employees research the topic and moderate the conversation. These discussions expose students to a variety of important issues and encourages them to share their own perspectives while learning all sides of an issue. Free pizza is provided for all who attend.

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Pizza & Politics- Disability Awareness

By Cami Mathews on December 04, 2017

in Political T-Birds

The Michael O. Leavitt Center for Politics and Public Service hosts Pizza & Politics every Wednesday at noon to discuss a current political topic. Leavitt Center student employees research the topic and moderate the conversation. These discussions expose students to a variety of important issues and encourages them to share their own perspectives while learning all sides of an issue. Free pizza is provided for all who attend.

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The Rules of Friendsgiving

By Cami Mathews on November 20, 2017

in Students

Thanksgiving, it’s one of America’s favorite holidays. Typically the day includes a lot of food, spending time with family, watching football and giving thanks. And although grandma makes a mean greenbean casserole and your uncle deep-fried the turkey, sometimes the best Thanksgiving dinners are not with family, but with friends. Whether it is an old friend group tradition, or the start of something new, Friendsgiving allows for new connections to be made that will last

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Earning an Education on the Sidelines

By Cami Mathews on November 20, 2017

in Students, Student Projects

Randi Spencer wanted to become an athletic trainer when she was 14 years old. She enjoyed working with the human body, figuring out how to strengthen and heal it. With this goal in mind, Spencer sought out a university who would give her the best academic and athletic foundation to succeed. After attending a high school summer leadership conference at Southern Utah University, she knew SUU would offer her the support and guidance she needed.

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4 Tips to Maintain Your Health While in College

By Cami Mathews on November 20, 2017

in Campus Resources

Balancing life as a college student can be challenging. From classes to work to exercise, students can easily become overwhelmed and discouraged. With the help of Southern Utah University’s Health and Wellness Program, students can use these tips to stay healthy.

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Faculty Friday; Meet Ben Kirkby, Graphic Design

By Cami Mathews on November 15, 2017

in Faculty, Faculty Friday

Ben Kirkby loves being actively engaged in the learning process, both for his personal growth and for the rewarding feeling of helping others expand their knowledge. Because of this passion, Kirkby excels in teaching graphic design at Southern Utah University.

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Pizza & Politics - The Cost of Free College

By Cami Mathews on November 15, 2017

in Students

The Michael O. Leavitt Center for Politics and Public Service hosts Pizza & Politics every Wednesday at noon to discuss a current political topic. Leavitt Center student employees research the topic and moderate the conversation. These discussions expose students to a variety of important issues and encourages them to share their own perspectives while learning all sides of an issue. Free pizza is provided for all who attend.

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Art and Design Students Gain Experience in Tennessee

Alexa Harding and Elizabeth Edwards were awarded scholarships this summer to the Arrowmont School of Arts and Crafts, an internationally recognized visual art education center, located in Gatlinburg, Tennessee. The school provides creative experiences year-round with different workshops focused on visual arts. The experience gave Harding and Edwards a chance to expand their education and dive deeper into their art.

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