Utah Gov. Gary Herbert visited USU Eastern on Friday, Oct. 3, to talk with student leaders about his educational goals. He shared his views of education that “not one size fits all” as one of his platforms.
Half way through the season, the Lady Eagles are 1-2 in region at home with a win against Colorado Northwestern Community College and tight losses to Salt Lake Community College in five sets and to Snow College in four sets.
The Eagles played CNCC on Oct. 4, beating the Spartans in three sets: 25-11, 26-24, 25-18. Whitney Riffle led the team with 11 kills, Melissa Judd followed with nine kills and Jasmine Covington eight. Judd also had 16 digs, to lead the Eagles with Chloe Brooks following closely with nine. Riffle also led the team in blocks with five.
Eastern Utah Women’s Heath is USU Eastern’s doctors office and despite the name, it is for men and women. The office is located at 77 South 600 East in Price. They are open Monday through Thursday from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m., Friday from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. and closed on weekends.
USU Eastern students without insurance get two free visits per semester. Those with insurance will have their co-pays paid for. Danielle Howa-Pendergrass said, “The staff is understanding and friendly. No question too big or small.”
You are with a group of friends, talking, laughing and having a great time when all of a sudden one of your friends says something to you. It hurts your feelings and even humiliates you. You try to brush it off as no big deal, but you can’t help but wonder why. Why would a friend do that to you?