Tyson Chappell shot a long exposure of the Milky Way at the Wedge located in the San Rafael Swell southeast of Price. Many of his photos have been featured on numerous Utah TV weather segments and photography magazines.
Posted Monday, December 11, 2017 - 2:36pm
As a student at Utah State University Eastern, it’s nice to talk about your troubles with someone you know will keep everything confidential. Plus this person gives you support or steps to help with the things you are struggling with. This person also continuously checks up on you. Having on-campus projects that promote awareness to the students is beneficial as well.
Posted Friday, December 8, 2017 - 4:02pm
Starting spring 2018, textbooks ordered for any USU Eastern classes must be done so online, according to vice chancellor Greg Dart. This will not affect students who purchase or rent their books through other sources. The online campus store is open 24/7, [email protected] Books are available to reserve over a month in advance of ordering. Course materials are available online as well as prepaid shipping labels for rental returns. Textbooks will be delivered to students front door and come with free shipping on orders over $100.
Posted Friday, December 8, 2017 - 3:50pm
Voices of those raped. Voices of those sexually assaulted were heard through the Clothesline Project, hosted by Utah State University Eastern gave a voice back to survivors of rape, sexual assault and violence last week in the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center. Students throughout the years provided T-shirts with words describing their experiences with sexual assault as well as encouraging words of support. At least eight to 10 students provided T-shirts this year, according to Ashley Yaugher, Ph.D. and USUE director of counseling who set up the project.
Posted Friday, December 8, 2017 - 3:44pm


Meet Kristupas Totoris. The 6-feet-7-inch shooting guard from Vilnius, Lithuania, is a sophomore at Utah State University Eastern. After proving himself as one of the best 3 point shooters in his freshman season on the SWAC Athletic Conference, the expectations are high for Totoris to have a successful future. He had a season high of 23 points last season in the conference semi-finals against Snow College. This year, Totoris has already scored in double digits in eight of the 11 games he has played.
Posted 6 hours 25 min ago
Sophomore softball player from Manti, Utah, Madi Blauer is excited for the spring. “The team looks very good this year and it should be a great spring semester, we have made many improvements and have been working very hard, this spring will be our proof of that,” she said. Blauer played centerfield and was a four-year letterer and a two-time state champion while at Manti High School. “Winning a state championship is a feeling unlike any other, it’s very surreal and filled with excitement. All I wanted to do after was hug my mom.”
Posted 6 hours 27 min ago
Magna, Utah’s, Akosita Tuitupou joined Utah State University Eastern as a center for the women’s basketball team. A freshman this year, she graduated in 2017 from Cyprus High School. She plans on starting the season strong and progressing throughout the year and finish even stronger. Anxious for the season to get going, she stays mentally focused by working out every day and trying to improve her game.
Posted 6 hours 30 min ago


Michael A. Petersen is the only CEU alumni to preside over the school. As a student, he was elected freshman president, competed on the debate team and earned an associate of science degree After earning a doctorate at Ohio State University, Petersen was hired to teach political science at CEU. When Randolph accepted a position in Nevada, Peterson applied and was named the college’s sixth president.
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Dean M. McDonald was named the fifth president in 1970 and served a decade, 1980. After struggling for several years and trying to coordinate with Utah State University and Brigham Young University, what started as a grant-funded training program became the College of Eastern Utah - San Juan Center under his leadership. It began with 40 students, two staff members and borrowed facilities. The CEU-San Juan Campus had its first graduating class in 1980: 12 graduates, all female.
Posted 17 min 49 sec ago
John W. Tucker was the fourth leader of Carbon College and in the 1963 yearbook listed as director. His first year, he wrote, “Colleges cannot give an education to anyone… they can only make opportunities available. Education cannot be acquired by spending a certain number of ‘seat hours’ in a classroom. Education is, and must remain, what the student does for himself by way of developing his own powers. A fine school, an intellectual atmosphere and excellent professors can help; however, the problem and responsibility is ultimately the student’s.
Posted 23 min 21 sec ago


In 2010, the College of Eastern Utah merged with Utah State University. This move saved a financially challenged institution from closure. The merger brought the former rural community college into USU’s statewide campus system and provided a viable business model which has, since 2010, injected new vitality and much needed funding into the Price Campus.
Posted 6 hours 38 min ago
When I started at Utah State University Eastern spring semester 2016, I honestly had no idea I would be where I am today. I was fresh out of Advanced Individual Training for the United States Army and decided to come to Eastern to follow my friends Rodrigo Leon and David Rawle, both of whom, I met in high school debate.
Posted 6 hours 43 min ago
The Internet is a place where we can meet new people, plan events, hold meetings, interact, read the news or learn about almost any topic in human history; all at our fingertips, from the comfort of our homes. The Internet has been one of the biggest developments in modern history and like with any other great thing, people want to know how to make the most amount of money off it, regardless of the price.
Posted Monday, December 11, 2017 - 7:53pm