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Celebrate Hispanic Heritage Month

As the nation celebrates Hispanic Heritage Month September 15 - October 15, Dr. Elizabeth Olson, assistant professor of anthropology, offers a special topics short course, HIST 2924/3924 that includes a series of special events, including lectures by Jose V. Borjon, Gustavo Arellano, Dr. Gene Anderson and Professor Ruth Gomberg-Munoz, as well as film screenings and class discussions.

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10 Places to Go Stargazing in Southern Utah

By Kenzie Lundberg on August 30, 2018

in Outdoors, Cedar City

Home to nine certified International Dark Sky Parks and countless areas of natural darkness, Utah is quickly becoming one of the most popular states for night sky gazers. With some of the darkest skies in the country, Cedar City and the surrounding area offers plenty of opportunities to see and explore the night sky. If you find yourself wondering where to go to get great pictures of astronomical objects, or to take pictures of the night sky, or just to gaze at the

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Why is there a Lighthouse in Cedar City?

By Southern Utah University on August 07, 2018

in Cedar City

Standing at 88 feet tall, developers claimed the Cedar City Providence Center Lighthouse was the tallest inland lighthouse in the United States when constructed in 2000. The lighthouse is 450 miles away from the nearest ocean, it's never guided any ships, and it doesn't have a lighthouse keeper. 

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Chains and Franchises in Cedar City

By Parker Rawlins on August 02, 2018

in Cedar City

Cedar City is home to over 100 different restaurant and food options, from familiar favorites to local treasures. There are a lot of chains and franchises to choose from for food, so here’s a complete listing of everything available in Cedar City.

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Information Security News, August 2018

By Mark Walton on August 01, 2018

in Campus Resources, Cedar City

I would like to formally welcome everyone to campus as we get ready to begin a new academic year. The IT Department produces this Information Security Newsletter on a monthly basis to help educate the campus community on security related issues. Feel free to pass the information on to any friends or family that you think might benefit.

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Mexican/South American Restaurants in Cedar City

By Parker Rawlins on July 30, 2018

in Cedar City

Cedar City is home to over 100 different restaurant and food options, from familiar favorites to local treasures. If you’re craving some Mexican cuisine, here are 9 spots you’ll want to check out!

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Local Diners in Cedar City

By Parker Rawlins on July 29, 2018

in Cedar City

Cedar City is home to over 100 different restaurant and food options, from familiar favorites to local treasures. If you want to try a local diner here in Cedar, here are 7 spots you’ll want to check out!

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Coffee/Drink Spots in Cedar City

By Parker Rawlins on July 28, 2018

in Cedar City

Cedar City is home to over 100 different restaurant and food options, from familiar favorites to local treasures. If you’re craving something to drink, here are 7 spots you’ll want to check out!

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Bars & Pubs in Cedar City

By Parker Rawlins on July 23, 2018

in Cedar City

Cedar City is home to over 100 different restaurant and food options, from familiar favorites to local treasures. If you’re looking for a fun atmosphere, here are 3 spots you’ll want to check out!

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Traffic and Parking Advisory: Tour of Utah Stage 1

By Southern Utah University on July 20, 2018

in Cedar City

Southern Utah University and Cedar City will host the Larry H. Miller Tour of Utah August 4-7, 2018. Deemed “America’s Toughest Stage Race," the Tour of Utah is a weeklong, professional race for some of the best cycling teams in the world.

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