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Every college needs a steady growth in their enrollment. A healthy number of incoming students means more funds for the college, more opportunity for the to grow and increases the demand for improved or expanded programs within the school. Thriving colleges, especially those in small towns like Price, attract people to seek a higher education and creates a sense of community between the college and the residents of the town. Utah State University Eastern embodies this relationship and the school has been a cornerstone of Price for 80 years.
Posted Thursday, January 18, 2018 - 4:32pm
Logan was rated the second best college town in the U.S. in 2014 by Utah Public Radio. When choosing the top college towns of America, they look for the number of professionals that live and work in the area, the amount of activities outside of the campus and the dining options in town. UPR writes, “Logan’s well-educated population, high employment, and affordable housing helped give the college town its high ranking.” The Eagle surveyed a few students from Utah State University Eastern to find out what they think would make Price more of a college town.
Posted Thursday, January 18, 2018 - 3:50pm
A USU Eastern associate theatre professor is being recognized for his work in Utah theatre as well as his service to the Utah Theatre Association on Jan. 19 at the Davis Conference Center. Corey A. Ewan, Ph.D., is being presented with the award for his contributions as a theatre professional in promoting theatre in education and community arenas. Ewan earned an associate degree at the College of Eastern Utah, bachelor’s at USU and doctorate at Brigham Young University.
Posted Thursday, January 18, 2018 - 3:46pm
The unveiling of the $6 million renovation of Utah State University Eastern’s Geary Events Center showcased an unbelievably beautiful theatre, stage, dressing rooms and scene building addition on Jan. 17. “It takes my breath away . . . it’s the WOW factor when I walk in,” said Corey Ewan, associate professor of theatre.
Posted Thursday, January 18, 2018 - 3:42pm
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
USU Eastern students, staff and faculty helped the Christmas Tree Regalia raise almost $27,000 to be donated to the Children’s Justice Center in Price. The SUN Center, residential life and Eastern’s student association joined the men and women’s soccer, men and women’s basketball, volleyball, softball and baseball teams in setting up and assisting in the three-day-fund raising event.
Posted Wednesday, December 6, 2017 - 6:56pm
Luck. This four-letter word will stick in the minds of six Utah State University Eastern student athletes when their car flipped and was stuck by a semi-truck on U.S. Highway 6 while traveling to Salt Lake City Nov. 4.
Posted Tuesday, November 28, 2017 - 1:29pm

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