Singer, songwriter, record producer, author, parodist, etc. All of these titles refer to the man with the accordion himself, Alfred “Weird Al” Yankovic. One of the foremost faces of the MTV era, Yankovic has been composing, authoring, directing and making parodies since 1976. Thirty-nine years later, he’s still writing parodies (and directing another movie) as one of the world’s greatest comedy singers.
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With the news of the recent sexual assaults on USU Eastern’s campus fresh in everyone’s minds, students are left wondering how future events like this can be prevented. Madison Woodward, president of the H.E.A.R.T. club on campus, asked that question and found out the answers herself. H.E.A.R.T stands for Helping Everyone At Risk Together. This club is dedicated to keeping campus safe, free and enjoyable for everyone who attends.
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Two USU Eastern students witnessed a shooting near the University of Utah campus on Sept. 12 that involved a Salt Lake City local and two U of U football players. According to the two students (who wish to remain anonymous), the shooting took place at a house party a few blocks away from the U of U campus on the east side of the Salt Lake Valley. “We showed up around the same time the guy who had the gun tried to go inside the house. It seemed like a couple football players were telling him that he couldn’t go inside. We weren’t sure, but it could have been a gang member.”
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Nathaniel Woodward editor in [email protected] A report, released on Monday, cited evidence from a survey of over two-dozen university campuses involving nearly a million students. In the end, the study showed that a quarter of women have or will have experienced unwanted sexual contact while in college. The number for men was five percent. The Cleveland Rape Crisis website which provided the study, published several more facts in regards to sexual violence including:
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If you catch yourself at a women’s soccer game, look onto the field and see a firey-red head playing center defense, chances are it’s Alex Gunnell. Gunnell is from Eagle Mountain, Utah, and came to Price to continue to play the sport she’s known and loved since she was 4 years old.
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Mashaela Farris staff [email protected] USU Eastern soccer team’s inaugural season in 2014 brought Jared Woodhouse to the college as an assistant coach and he continues in his second year coaching the popular sport.
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USU Eastern’s women’s volleyball team has been on the road the past month working hard in preseason tournaments to get ready for conference. With team goals set high, the team tackled two out of-state, back-to-back tournaments. After a weekend is Scottsdale, Ari., the Lady Eagles returned with two wins and four loses. They defeated Central Arizona Community College and Scottsdale Arizona Community College.
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The first exhibit to showcase USU Eastern’s new, beautifully designed Gallery East in the Central Instruction Building, is by Helper artist, Jason Huntzinger. His work showcases a collection of photographs and photo composites titled “Within the Teeth of Geologic Time” and runs from Sept. 7 through Oct. 2.
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A total eclipse of the moon will take place on this Sunday, Sept. 27. The eclipse begins about 7:07 p.m. Mountain Daylight Time and will be underway when the moon rises in the east so you will want to have as low an eastern horizon as possible, Rich Erwin, introduction to astronomy instructor said.
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To be honest, when I decided to use this for the recipe of the issue, I had never made stuffed bell peppers before. Not to worry I did try them before I got this out to you guys.
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I recently got my book allowance from the GI Bill and figured I would splurge a little and get something nice. As I sit here, and scroll through Facebook seeing post after post containing links to controversial articles.
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In today’s world we are concerned about our safety with good reason; there are dangers in the world. Can we take it too far? When are we fighting an enemy that isn’t there? Or when we start preemptively attacking others? And how do we define who the enemy is? As a society we have already named the enemy, and once named we will persecute and hunt in the name of safety.
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Every college student is different: classes, majors, friends, schools, teachers, even how they view the importance of college. Even though everyone is different, we all have a parallel factor. That factor is something that we all have experienced and are guilty of doing more than once. The older we get, the more we do it and the more we do it, the worst it gets. This mysterious idea is procrastination.
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