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2018: What's Next in Washington?

By Kenzie Lundberg on January 12, 2018

in Faculty, Cedar City

With the new year, commentators from all over the country are offering their predictions for American politics in 2018. From the border wall to healthcare, the world is wondering what 2018 has in store for Washington and the United States.

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Interim Director of the Utah Summer Games

Southern Utah University is excited to announce Pace Clarke as the Interim Director of the Larry H. Miller Utah Summer Games. Pace started with USG in 2016 as the Operations and Development Coordinator. He was responsible for fostering and developing sponsorships, writing grants, managing the budget, and finding new ways to serve volunteers and donors who support the games.

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America's Fascination with Superheroes

By Kenzie Lundberg on December 20, 2017

in Faculty, Cedar City

In the last two decades, superheroes have taken over not only American theaters but screens across the world.

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The Future of Utah’s National Monuments

By Kenzie Lundberg on December 04, 2017

in Faculty, Cedar City, Outdoors

President Trump traveled to Utah today to announce a historical reduction of federally protected lands in Utah. Two proclamations were signed, reducing and restructuring both Grand Staircase Escalante and Bears Ears National Monuments.

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Understanding the Significance of Cedar City's LDS Temple

By Kenzie Lundberg on December 04, 2017

in Faculty, Cedar City

Following a month-long open-house which welcomed nearly 200,000 people for a walk-through of the new structure, the Cedar City temple, built by the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints (LDS), will be ready for religious services after a Cultural Celebration and official dedication on December 10, 2017.

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Making a Difference This Holiday Season

By Kenzie Lundberg on November 28, 2017

in Faculty, Students, Cedar City

As many give thanks this holiday season, they are looking for ways to spread cheer, give back and support those less fortunate. Some take the opportunity to give time, others donate food or money to a charity. With thousands of charities in Utah alone, finding the perfect fit can be overwhelming.

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Enjoy a Festival Christmas at the Frontier Homestead State Park Museum

By Southern Utah University on November 28, 2017

in Cedar City

Are you looking for a fun, family friendly, affordable way to celebrate the Christmas season? How about Christmas at the Homestead and Holiday Market—at the Frontier Homestead State Park Museum! The Utah Shakespeare Festival and the popular state park are once again partnering to provide a Christmas celebration for area residents and visitors.

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University of the Parks Wins Outdoor Nation Campus Challenge

By Lexi Carter on October 18, 2017

in Cedar City, Outdoors

Southern Utah University re-claimed the title of 2017-18 National Outdoor Champions. After four weeks of the Mother Nature meets March Madness-style competition, Outdoor Nation officially announced SUU as The Most Outdoorsy School in the Nation.

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STEAM Festival Involves Students in Experiential Learning

The third annual STEAM Festival will be held October 16-17 on the Southern Utah University campus. The two-day festival presents hands-on science, technology, engineering, art and math learning for children of all ages.

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The Founding of Southern Utah University

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