The USU Eastern Eagle webpage lit up last week when Facebook posted stories about two deaths on campus from The Eagle webpage. Nothing unusual about stories being published from The Eagle on Facebook except for the accompanying photos. The first story was about a female employees in facilities who had died. Facebook did not post the photo of the female who died, but that of Jan Young, former director of academic records and registrar. Young retired in December 2015, is alive and happily enjoying her retirement.
Posted Wednesday, September 28, 2016 - 6:19pm
Fall is my favorite time to cook. I love all the fruits and vegetables in season and how they mix with into a large array of dishes. As I started planning what to make for this article, I wanted to make something unique that I had never seen before to try and show exactly that. I decided to make apple-battered fish after a lot of planning. Even after I fully fleshed out my ideas and this recipe, a part of me doubted if this would work or if I had just created a monstrosity.
Posted Wednesday, September 28, 2016 - 6:09pm
Imagine getting up right this instant and going on an adventure. What does it include? Perhaps hiking or meeting new and interesting people. Or quite possibly you pictured a mighty, majestic waterfall cascading across massive boulders creating a picturesque landscape. For the students of Utah State University Eastern, this adventure can easily be reached in under an hour.
Posted Wednesday, September 28, 2016 - 11:51am
For the first time ever, USU Eastern hosts its inaugural Spirit Weekend starting Thursday, Sept. 29 through Saturday, Oct. 1. Student leader groups and departments on campus planned activities to increase school spirit and have a good time. Jeff Spears, director of residence life said, “This is a chance to come out and support our athletic department. The fall sports will be in full swing and we will provide some fun activities to entertain the student body.”
Posted Tuesday, September 27, 2016 - 2:14pm
Normally I don’t have trouble finding things to write about, there are scores of scientific topics the public has many misconceptions about and fortunately sometimes an article lands neatly on my lap. This summer, the hottest in recorded history, has had an alarming amount of algae blooms infesting reservoirs, lakes and municipal water supplies, not just in the country by near where I live in Utah. Understanding what these blooms are, why they are a problem and why they happen is arguably of great importance.
Posted Friday, September 23, 2016 - 2:14am
USU Eastern Theatre faculty are proud to announce their upcoming theatre season beginning with, Is He Dead? The play is 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 Wednesday, September 14, 2016 - 5:33pm
Students are two weeks into the school year and undoubtedly some have complained that there is nothing to do here. And yes, upon first glance, Price may seem desolate and barren, however, it should be known to all Utah State University Eastern students that Price is home to some great outdoor activities.
Posted Wednesday, September 14, 2016 - 5:22pm
USU Eastern Anatomy professor Tyson Chappell will share a selection of his photographs in an exhibit, entitled The 2nd Law (of Thermodynamics): Order from Chaos, from Sept. 5-30 at Gallery East.
Posted Monday, September 12, 2016 - 4:48pm
As a preface, let me explain why I chose the title I did for this article. We live in a world full of amazing technologies and opportunities, however we also have a population that is growing irresponsibly fast which created several unique issues. Not the least of which is the incredibly rapid pace in which our global temperatures are rising and the repercussions of human-made climate change. The scientific community is not in disagreement, it’s our fault, period. The scientific conclusion isn’t up for debate, as much as politicians, including several local ones would have you believe.
Posted Wednesday, September 7, 2016 - 7:09pm
USU Eastern’s technical students brought home two gold, five silver and a bronze medal at one of the largest SkillsUSA competitions held in Salt Lake City, on April 1. The two gold medal winners will compete at the national SkillsUSA competition this summer. Automotive Technology The automotive technology department’s Robby Jewkes, who is a Carbon High School student, earned gold medal after defeating 23-high school students. Eastern’s Robbie Mitchell earned a bronze medal after defeating seven students from college programs in the state.
Posted Wednesday, April 20, 2016 - 8:13pm