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Good afternoon ladies and gentlemen. I would like to introduce myself. My name is LaWayne Snow, and I'm from Ferron, Utah. And yes, all you liberals who might be reading this, I'm a conservative republican.
Posted Thursday, August 26, 2004 - 12:00am
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Dan Wood President This year is bound to be one of the best in CEU history. By combining learning from our past and our excitement for the future, we will see wonderful things come about that will leave a lasting impact on the campus and community. We plan on making the campus as accessible as possible to all of the community and encourage their involvement. While the accessibility is currently hindered by construction, we are confident the developments will compensate for the inconvenience.
Posted Thursday, August 26, 2004 - 12:00am
Not to long ago, many College of Eastern Utah students found themselves moving into dorm rooms getting ready for a new year. Along with preparing for school comes the extreme stress of the big move. While some people are lucky enough to get it all out of the way at once, others drive for hours with their family or friends trying to get to Price.
Posted Thursday, August 26, 2004 - 12:00am
Life is continually full of surprises and sometimes disappointments that seem almost unavoidable, and occasionally we make little mistakes along the way that can literally turn our life upside down until we are able to turn them around. This last spring upon leaving school for the summer I had these wild romantic notions of moving back out to the ranch in the desert and continuing my school by mail.
Posted Thursday, August 26, 2004 - 12:00am
The first weekend of fall semester found four College of Eastern Utah students with possible arrest for having and consuming alcohol in a dorm room. According to James Prettyman of CEU Campus Police, a 22-year-old male student was arrested for violating Utah code 76-9-701: intoxication.
Posted Thursday, August 26, 2004 - 12:00am
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*This is transcript of the audio from a tape that was left outside of the newsroom in the Old Student Center* Leroy Cletus: Chris, you say that you are going to throw your proverbial hat in the ring and run for the office of President of the United States. Chris Kiahtipes: Absolutely Leroy, I plan on not only running for president, but I also plan on winning, come November. It really is only a matter of time before I move in. As a matter of fact, I have already put my comic book collection and action figures into boxes.
Posted Thursday, April 22, 2004 - 12:00am
Many reasons can be discussed why the legal rights, benefits and responsibilities of civil marriage should not be extended to same-sex couples. Not for a minute do I believe that we should pass such a heinous law as to allow same-sex couples to marry. To advocate gay marriage is to put a stamp of approval on a practice that society has considered evil and perverted from the beginning of time, and criminal behavior up to the present.
Posted Thursday, April 22, 2004 - 12:00am
Our faithful student body president is going to Provo this fall. Lloyd is a native of Price, living and growing up in the same house a few blocks from the college his whole life. He left Price only long enough to serve a two-year mission in West Virginia, Charleston for the LDS Church.
Posted Thursday, April 22, 2004 - 12:00am
About 40 years ago, the floodgates on the Glen Canyon Dam were closed. As they swung into place beneath the 710-foot-tall dam, the waters of the Colorado River began to spread and form pools. About 17 years later, those small pools had transformed into one huge reservoir. In fact, Lake Powell is the second largest man-made body of water in the United States. At capacity, Lake Powell holds nearly 30 million acre-feet of water (an acre-foot is about as much water as it would take to cover a football field with one foot of water).
Posted Thursday, April 22, 2004 - 12:00am
If you've been on the CEU campus at all you more than likely have seen students walking around with braids in their hair. Jessica Nakai, a sophomore from Blanding, Utah has been braiding hair for students ever since she arrived in fall 2002. "I first learned how to braid when I was in grade school. I would watch my older sister braid my other sister's and my hair.
Posted Thursday, April 22, 2004 - 12:00am

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