The preschool has been on campus since the early 1980s and housed in the West Instructional Building. Funded by preschool tuition and indirect resources, the preschool serves as a lab for college students who are majoring in early childhood education. It is also used as a public relations tool to educate future USU Eastern students. USU Eastern’s funding is limited to maintenance and support services.
Two sessions are offered, three days a week.  The morning session is for 3 year olds and the afternoon session is for 4 to 5 year olds.

Posted Thu, 09/18/2014 - 3:43pm
A Utah State University Eastern staff member goes above and beyond a job title every day, to help students succeed and bring service to the school and was recently recognized for all of his hard work. In August, SUN Center coordinator, Terry Johnson, was awarded the Outstanding Staff Member award. “It was totally unexpected.” he states. “There are so many others who are deserving of this award, but I am very honored.”
Posted Thu, 09/18/2014 - 3:45pm
At approximately 3:28 a.m. on Sept. 11, a Utah Highway Patrolman and Price City Police officer arrived at Tucker Residence Hall to investigate a loud party among a few residents. Several students, including myself, stood outside in the parking lot early that morning and watched the police go into the apartment. As I stood with fellow students, one informed me of what had happened prior to the police arriving. A student on the second floor was attempting to sleep when loud noises in the room below him kept him awake.
Posted Thu, 09/18/2014 - 3:47pm


Sixteen games into the season, USU Eastern volleyball team prepares for conference play on Sept. 25 with a 6-7-pre-season record.
The Eagles started their pre-season in Rock Springs, Wyo., Aug. 22-23, and came home with a 0-3 record.
Their first match was against Western Wyoming Community College where the Eagles lost 0-3. The main hitters were Melissa Judd with seven kills and Carly Dalton with 3 kills. Dalton also led the team in digs with a total of 10.

Posted Sat, 09/20/2014 - 12:03pm
Meet Jessica Anderson, a 6 foot 4 inch center from Page, Ariz. She is one of the new additions to the women’s basketball program this year. Anderson played at Dixie State last year, so it was a given to investigate as to why she made the decision to transfer to USU Eastern. She stated, “The school and program were great. All of my classes were awesome, but I felt something was missing, so I chose to leave Dixie, and begin a new chapter of my life here in Price.”
Posted Sat, 09/20/2014 - 12:08pm
Word on the street is that there are two new teams at USU Eastern. Coach Ammon Bennet says, “They are doing well. They work hard and can’t easily be defeated, but they still need to work. They have learned a lot. They are not stars, but they are committed.” For their first game of the season, the men’s soccer team put up a good fight up against Adams State University; taking the win 4-0. On their second game they weren’t as lucky but they still did a great job ending the game 0-0.
Posted Thu, 09/04/2014 - 3:44am


The date? October 16-25. The occasion? Victor Hugo’s “Les Miserables.” The place? Geary Theatre. Who is expected to be there? Well you the reader of course, on said date at 7:30 p.m. USU Eastern will present Les Miserables, under the direction of Corey Ewan. Some of Carbon County’s most talented singers, actors and technicians will help bring this world renowned musical to life on the Geary Theatre stage.

Posted Sat, 09/20/2014 - 11:12am
Jan Thornton’s career started in the social services field when she worked with juvenile services from 1998 to 2004. She moved onto working with children services, but after hearing the stories of 4 to 5 year-olds, it became difficult to deal with all the emotional distress on a daily basis. “The best way to describe it was that it almost started to eat my soul.” she said.
Posted Sat, 09/20/2014 - 11:18am
Keys, phones and wallets found on campus should not be kept in individual offices or buildings on Utah State University Eastern said a student. Each building has a lost and found and students, staff and faculty have to go from building to building asking employees if they have seen their lost item.
Posted Sat, 09/20/2014 - 11:19am


Judge Not!
It seems likes something you’d grow out of by the time you graduate high school, but even in college, one may find it difficult to overlook appearances and stereotypes.
I know most of you will probably think I’m a bit weird for writing this. A lot of you will probably think something along the lines of, “Don’t judge a book by its cover. This is college. That stuff doesn’t happen.” And yes, I can see where you’re coming from.

Posted Thu, 09/18/2014 - 3:59pm
Throughout USU Eastern’s campus, you can’t go five minutes without spotting a student on their phone. Cell phones have become commonplace items in our day-to-day lives. Our main means of communication, entertainment and information are cell phones. If you walk up to a student on campus and ask for the time, most will reach for their phones.
Posted Thu, 09/18/2014 - 4:02pm
Today the phrase “land of the free” has become an antiquated and almost spat upon statement. With some interest groups becoming fighters for equality, at what point do we decide what’s really equal and what is special treatment? Special interest groups claiming to want the same rights as others but then push for more and more privileges and even denying others constitutional freedoms so the members of the groups “feelings” are not hurt, at what point is enough, enough?
Posted Thu, 09/18/2014 - 4:11pm