Since 1998, USU Eastern served bread and soup to the campus and community as a fund raiser for the Carbon County Food Bank. This year, over 630 patrons attended Bread ‘n’ Soup Night resulting in a $4,000 donation to the organization. This brings the 18 year total to $52,000.
Posted Monday, December 12, 2016 - 7:29pm
Every year in December, the Price community and college choir join together to sing Handel’s “Messiah.” Beginning rehearsals every Sunday in September, the choir puts in countless hours rehearsing and getting ready for this traditional performance held on Sunday, Dec. 4, at Carbon High School’s auditorium. This was the 67th annual Messiah concert put on by the Price community and the 275th year since the Messiah was composed by George Frideric Handel in 1741. It was first performed in Dublin and nearly a year later in London where it received a modest public reception.
Posted Monday, December 12, 2016 - 7:14pm
Newly appointed president of Utah State University, Noelle Cockett, is excited Utah State University Eastern is in Price to give the people living in Southeastern Utah a means to get an education. The university gives students the opportunity to get an education that they may not otherwise have access to without it here.
Posted Monday, December 12, 2016 - 12:51pm
Over $2,500 was raised for USU Eastern cosmetology scholarships at the Heart of Holidays Home and Gift Show on Nov. 12 at the Tuscan Event Center in Price. “We fashioned this holiday gift show after our ‘What a Woman Wants’ show in the spring and experienced the same support from the community. We had almost 500 people attend the show,” associate professor Debbie Prichard said.
Posted Thursday, November 17, 2016 - 4:02pm
Many students gathered at the student lounge area in the JLSC while others sat at home and yelled at the TV on election night. Some jumped in joy telling Hillary Clinton supporters to “suck it” while others had tears streaming down their face as they made a list of people that voted for Donald Trump that they were no longer going to be friends with. Ending the election with Trump at 290 and Clinton at 232 electoral votes. Trump gave his acceptance speech that night with Clinton giving her concession speech the next day.
Posted Wednesday, November 16, 2016 - 6:25pm
After five years without a 3D-art facility, Utah State University Eastern is bringing back to campus ceramics and sculpture courses in the new state-of-the-art Central Instructional Building’s Fine Arts Wing. Chris Kanyusik, a native of Minnesota, will bring the programs back to campus, adding, “you couldn’t ask for better facilities or learning and teaching environment at Eastern.”
Posted Wednesday, November 16, 2016 - 6:09pm
In 2014, President Barrack Obama and Vice President Joe Biden launched the “It’s On Us” campaign and the White House Task Force to Protect Students from Sexual Assault in order to work on the growing issue of sexual assault on college campuses across the nation. According to the president and the task force, an estimated one in five women are sexually assaulted during their college years. A 2015 study by the Association of American Universities confirms this when it reported that 23 percent of women (nearly one in four) are sexually assaulted during college.
Posted Wednesday, November 16, 2016 - 6:06pm
Astronomers and photographers could not wait until Nov. 14, 2016, when the full moon was the closest to Earth since Jan. 26, 1948. Photographer and associate professor Tyson Chappell shot his photos from his front yard in Price, Utah, and posted some on his photos on his facebook page. The Supermoon happens when a full moon or new moon coincides with the moon’s closest approach to Earth; also called perigee. A Super Full Moon looks around 12 to 14 percent bigger than its counterpart, the Micromoon.
Posted Wednesday, November 16, 2016 - 6:03pm
USU Eastern students would vote for a third-party candidate rather than a democrat or republican according to a straw poll by the Eagle newspaper staff. Of the 100 students who participated in the poll, 32 would vote for a third-party candidate, 24 would vote for Hillary Clinton, 23 for Donald Trump, and 21 would not vote. This picture seems to paint a trend that the university is pretty even on who they would vote for, or perhaps a small lead for McMullan, if that was whom those who marked other were going for. Only time will tell who wins the election in five days.
Posted Thursday, November 3, 2016 - 4:52pm
Making the USU Eastern community feel the gratitude and appreciation of life could be the thought process behind all the “chalk comments” on campus the past few weeks. The gesture was meaningful and brought smiles to people’s faces. Throughout campus motivational messages were written in chalk. It goes to show that something little goes a long way. When asking around to figure out who did it no one had a clue on who.
Posted Wednesday, November 2, 2016 - 8:38pm