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The Founding of Southern Utah University

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Nación T-Bird: Una Universidad Basada en la Tradición

Southern Utah University, una escuela fundada apenas un año después de que Utah obtuviera la condición de estado, se ha transformado de una escuela con un solo edificio y una comunidad de solo 1,500 personas a una próspera universidad con casi 10,000 estudiantes. Una institución con una historia tan rica ha desarrollado naturalmente una serie de tradiciones únicas en el camino, tradiciones que son inolvidables para aquellos que tienen la suerte de participar.

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T-Bird Nation: A University Built on Tradition

By Miles Anderson on August 23, 2017

in Students, Traditions, History

Southern Utah University, a school founded only a year after Utah attained statehood, has transformed from a school with only one building and a community of only 1,500 members to a thriving University with nearly 10,000 students. An institution with such rich history has naturally developed a series of unique traditions along the way, traditions that are unforgettable for those lucky enough to participate.

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A Look at SUU's 2017 Student Commencement Speaker

By Samantha Burfiend on May 02, 2017

in Traditions, Graduation

Sara Ludlow started her first day of college listening to angsty punk music, overdoing her makeup and trying desperately to fit in. Just two and half years later, Ludlow is graduating from Southern Utah University a strong, confident individual who earned the opportunity to speak at commencement.

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Spooky SUU Ghost Stories

By Abigail Wyatt on October 25, 2016

in Traditions, History

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Haunted Happenings at SUU

By Southern Utah University on November 13, 2015

in Traditions

Southern Utah University is known for its long history of tradition and excellence, but with that history comes a dark past. Over the years, accounts of ghostly hauntings and paranormal sightings have been passed down from generation to generation. While the stories we tell today far exceed the old ones in colorfulness, the thing that has remained constant over the decades is the students’ hesitancy to pass by Old Main late at night, or especially linger on it’s third

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