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Utah has become one of the best climates for economic growth in the country. With low energy costs and a pro-business legislature, few can compete with its “business friendly” environment. However, while Utah is projected to have a statewide job increase of 2.8 percent per year over the next 10 years, Eastern Utah itself is expected to grow only 0.8 percent per year. The hopeful solution: trading a critical piece of land.
Posted Wednesday, March 22, 2017 - 6:22pm
A few days after his 19th birthday, a USU Eastern welder relaxes in his instructor’s office with a big grin. He describes how as kid he hated school, yet was just named the top welder in the United States.
Posted Tuesday, March 21, 2017 - 11:09pm
The trend of declining enrollment has been the focus of this spring semester series, but decline in enrollment is not only a problem between academic years, but also between fall and spring semesters where Eastern dropped over 25 percent of its enrollment between fall 2016 and spring 2017.
Posted Tuesday, March 21, 2017 - 10:54pm
USU Eastern’s Police Academy and the Utah Highway Patrol is holding its weeklong course in D.U.I and intoxilators on campus this week. The seven cadets were tasked with detecting and analyzing individuals who are under the influence of alcohol, particularly when driving. The academy brings in individuals to get intoxicated at certain levels for the cadets to analyze. The individuals are placed in a safe environment and their alcohol intake is controlled.
Posted Wednesday, March 1, 2017 - 8:10pm
The issue of enrollment has been addressed following the trail of numbers and recruitment. What The Eagle wants to examine is what is being done to keep students enrolled at USU Eastern happy as well as successful. From student activities, sports and excursions to food, fitness and academic success life in college is a multi-faceted experience and ensuring enrolled students a fun and successful time will not only keep students enrolled but promote USU Eastern as a desirable location to study to prospective students.
Posted Wednesday, March 1, 2017 - 7:23pm
Renaissance woman, author, speaker, life coach, lawyer and community leader, Merrilee Boyack will keynote USU Eastern’s 38th Annual Women’s Conference on Friday, March 24 in the a.m., while Josie Solomon, a dynamic, entertaining motivational speaker who says, “no mind nor heart is every beyond repair” will conclude the day-long conference. Boyack combines humor, stories and emotion in her speeches. Her first speech was about overcoming fear – something she worked hard to master.
Posted Wednesday, March 1, 2017 - 7:04pm
A new vice chancellor of academic programs at Utah State University Eastern began his tenure in January 2017. Dr. Gary Straquadine has 29-years of work experience in higher education. He has served as an associate dean, department Chair, and a regional campus dean and executive director. He has replaced Peter Iyere, Ph.D, who resigned in December 2016.
Posted Wednesday, March 1, 2017 - 7:00pm
How does diversity look and whose perspective should be heard first were some of the questions asked by an assistant professor of educational psychology and leadership at Texas Tech University at the third annual Diversity Conference hosted by USU Eastern Feb. 17. In the keynote address by Bryan Hotchkins, Ph.D., who describes himself as one of the intellectual voices in the country and co-founder of Think Positionality (2013), he told students, staff, faculty and community members to ask themselves six questions.
Posted Wednesday, March 1, 2017 - 6:48pm
Statistics show that one in every five women and one in every 16 men are sexually assaulted while in college, and often 90 percent of sexual assault victims on college campuses do not report the assault. There are many more statistics about rape survivors, but what about those who are bystanders?
Posted Wednesday, February 15, 2017 - 6:58pm
In determining why enrollment numbers decreased steadily over the past several years, The Eagle investigated and interviewed several students, prospective students and administrators. While the opinions vary on why enrollment is low, data over the past three years paints a clearer picture.
Posted Wednesday, February 15, 2017 - 6:30pm

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