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Southern Utah University Art & Sculpture Stroll

By Southern Utah University on August 17, 2017

in Alumni, History, Cedar City

Designed for the culturally-minded and curious at heart, this self-paced walking tour will introduce you to a variety of artifacts that weave our campus together in story and metaphor. Look forward to meeting a cast of fascinating characters from the pages of Shakespeare, and coming face to face with icons of local and global history as you wind your way through our meticulously manicured campus grounds. At SUU, we believe art enriches the student experience and

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The Great American Eclipse

By Miles Anderson on August 15, 2017

in Cedar City

For the first time in the history of the United States, a total solar eclipse will occur exclusively over the continental U.S. on August 21, 2017. It is also the first total eclipse of the sun visible from the contiguous United States (excluding Alaska and Hawaii) since February 26,1979. The last time a total eclipse was visible from coast to coast was on June 8, 1918.

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Un Pionera Cuya Historia se Mantiene Alta

En el campus de Southern Utah University destaca un brillante y alegre tributo a uno de los pobladores pioneros más respetados de la zona, Ellen (llamada Nellie) Pucell Unthank. Cuando Nellie, de 9 años, dejó su hogar en Tintwhistle, Inglaterra, no podía haber imaginado el viaje que seguiría. Como fue representado por el escultor Jerry Anderson, la infancia de Nellie fue brillante y llena de oportunidades. Lo que ella sobreviviría de su expedición a una edad tan joven

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Write Out: A Summer Writing Camp for Teens

In connection with the WriteOut Foundation, Southern Utah University hosted the inaugural WriteOut Camp, a writing workshop experience for teenagers 13-18. The camp took place June 28-30, 2017. Students learned from published authors, hiked and wrote in Bryce Canyon National Park, attended a performance of As You Like It at the Utah Shakespeare Festival, and enjoyed other activities such as a closing gala, author panels and signings, and on-campus activities and tours. 

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A Pioneer Whose Story Stands Tall

On the campus of Southern Utah University stands a bright and cheerful tribute to one of the area’s honored pioneer settlers, Ellen (called Nellie) Pucell Unthank. When 9-year-old Nellie left her home in Tintwhistle, England, she could not have imagined the journey that would follow. As depicted by sculptor Jerry Anderson, childhood for Nellie was bright and filled with opportunity. What she would survive of her expedition at such a young age would secure her place in

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On-Campus Jobs at Southern Utah University

You may want or need to work during college, but have you considered a job on campus? From the IT Help Desk to the Writing Center, there are plenty of opportunities to earn money in-between class.

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Jobs in Cedar City, Utah

Thinking about working off campus? Cedar City is a dynamic, growing community with a wide variety of jobs available to students. Here are a few. 

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Internships in Cedar City, Utah

Cedar City has multiple internship opportunities while you're in school. Whether it's just to pay the bills or to gain relevant experience in your field of interest, you'll want an internship to post on your resume. 

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Prevent Wildfires: What Can You Do?

By Southern Utah University on July 03, 2017

in Cedar City, Outdoors

The Brian Head Fire has been eye-opening to the ferocity and destruction of wildfires. Because of the dry land surrounding Cedar City, there are certain precautions citizens must take to prevent this devastation from happening again this summer. 

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23 Things to Do in Cedar City this Summer

The sun is shining, school is out and adventure awaits! Here are 21 things you can do in Cedar City during the summer.

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