Toby Foster Staff writer I have had the thought of get-togethers on my mind lately, and snacks are a must whenever people gather for socialization. A classic fair of party goers is chips and dip. I tend to move away from the average snacks because of what I learned about cooking, but they also present a challenge to follow the pattern and break out of what is considered normal.
Posted Tuesday, October 11, 2016 - 1:16pm
Taylor Hague came to Utah State University Eastern at the recommendation of his high school friend, Eric Love, from Taylorsville, Utah. He is a resident advisor on campus and over the Sessions Resident Hall. At Taylorsville High School, Hague participated in debate and did well in oratory. He explains this event as “a-10-minute memorized speech.” He had no desire to participate in other events because he did not want to “argue with anyone.”
Posted Tuesday, October 11, 2016 - 1:06pm
Nicole Woodruff, born in Ogden, raised in Wyoming and living in Vernal is a freshman student and member of the SUN Center at Utah State University Eastern. She comes from a family of six and even has a sister with a collection of unicorns. She shared a room with her sister growing up and gets to share a house with her at school.
Posted Tuesday, October 11, 2016 - 1:04pm
Utah State University Eastern Theatre opens its theatre season with “Is He Dead?” a farce written by Mark Twain and adapted by David Ives. According to the University of California press, Is He Dead? was “written in 1898 in Vienna as Twain emerged from one of the deepest depressions of his life. The play shows its author’s superb gift for humor operating at its most energetic.”
Posted Monday, October 10, 2016 - 5:34pm
A pretty common monicker given to products these days is the word “Natural” a nice sounding sales-pitch I find myself laughing at. From a biologist standpoint, nature will mess you up. Plain and simple, nature is completely indifferent to our feelings and will not hesitate to go about its merry natural little way regardless of your home locale or vacation plans. From arsenic and cyanide to floods, fire, tornados and hurricanes, the natural world is a dangerous place.
Posted Monday, October 10, 2016 - 3:24pm
At Utah State University Eastern, many organizations are built around the success of students. One of those organizations is EUSA, or Eastern Utah Student Association. This year the organization is presided by Phillip Daniel Raich. Most call him Phill, but he has other nicknames. At dances you might know him as DJ Philly Phill. His worst nickname, however, is Twinky. Raich trusts you’ll take his word when he says it’s the worst.
Posted Wednesday, October 5, 2016 - 9:05pm
Born in Huntsville, Alabama, raised in Bountiful, Utah, Robert Schmid has become someone who is currently contributing positively to Utah State University Eastern. While attending school, Schmid has discovered that he is very successful in his academics. He has worked hard to receive scholarships, excel in Anatomy and Physiology, and earn a 4.0 GPA each semester.
Posted Wednesday, October 5, 2016 - 8:59pm
Jaden Lockwood, from Layton Utah, is a dedicated freshman student attending Utah State University Eastern. She has an interest in medicine and while in high school, participated in HOSA (Health Occupations Students of America) for 2 years. Her second year, she carried out the role of Vice President of Service. She also was involved in the Orchestra and plays the Cello.
Posted Wednesday, October 5, 2016 - 8:51pm
Students and faculty from USUE’s Art Department participated in a field trip to Robert Smithson’s Spiral Jetty on Sept. 17. The group joined other students from the Caine College of the Arts on this excursion to the renowned ‘earthwork’ on the north shore of the Great Salt Lake. Located at Rozel Point peninsula on the north shore of the lake, Smithson’s earthwork was created, with the assistance of a contracted team of heavy equipment operators, by moving over 6,000 tons of black basalt rock and earth to form into a coil shaped land form that juts out into the lake.
Posted Wednesday, October 5, 2016 - 8:39pm
Throughout the United States there have been legendary roads such as the Pennsylvania Turnpike and Route 66, while none of these roads pass through Utah, we do have a famous or rather infamous road that runs through Eastern Utah. US-6 travels through Price and serves as the community’s lifeline, but many in this area are unaware about the history of US-6. US-6 originally was established in 1926 and ran east of Erie, Pa., however since its inception, it has expanded across the entire country, eventually reaching Long Beach, Calif., with its completion in 1953.
Posted Wednesday, October 5, 2016 - 8:34pm