The death of a young man is what it takes to bring attention to such a big problem… Opiate addiction is everywhere and the statistics are getting worse. A panel of five people including a doctor, a social worker, a young addict, the sheriff and a representative from Four Corners Behavioral Health were at USU Eastern on Oct. 4 to lead a community discussion on the dire seriousness of opiate addiction in Carbon county.
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The Eastern-Price campus now has an Aggie A in front of the BDAC. Utah State University added the “A” to the campus to unite all Aggies.
Posted Wednesday, October 18, 2017 - 11:07pm
USU Eagle’s softball team and SUN Center helped the community raise $4,000 at the third annual Batting for Boobies on Oct. 7 in Price.
Posted Wednesday, October 18, 2017 - 10:53pm
2016 may be the darkest year ever in terms of sexual assault for both Utah State University and Utah State University Eastern, according to the Clery Act, a report that requires colleges and universities that receive federal aid to file a public annual security report every Oct. 1 USU had 22 accounts of rape and over 20 accounts of sexual assaults reported, up from only six accounts of rape and two accounts of sexual assault in 2015.
Posted Wednesday, October 18, 2017 - 10:40pm
Jarod Lessar is a name known by Price Locals. Lessar is a member of the Eagles Baseball team and returns for his sophomore season as a pitcher in the Eagles stellar rotation. Lessar was born and raised in Price and he graduated from Carbon High in 2015. While at Carbon, he played baseball, basketball and football. After leading the Dinos football team to their winningest season in over 10 years, he earned a football scholarship to Southern Utah University. After redshirting a season, Lessar brought his talent back to Price on the diamond.
Posted Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 2:24pm
With a win on their minds, The Eagles got it done against Salt Lake City Community College, the largest college in the conference. The Eagles wrapped up their series against SLCC Friday, Oct. 13. The Bruins went in with a conference record of 7-2-1, only to have USUE add loss-number three to SLCC’s record.
Posted Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 2:15pm
Utah State Eastern men’s soccer finished a four-game stint with two wins and two losses, ending the chance of holding the region tournament at home. The Eagles traveled to Rangely, Colorado to play two conference games against Colorado Northwestern Community College. The first game was Oct. 6, and Eastern proved they were the favorites with an impressive 7-1 win. Five players left their mark on the scoreboard, but the most impressive one was the sophomore striker Jaysten Flowers, who scored twice and gave an assist coming off the bench.
Posted Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 2:09pm
Utah State University Eastern’s recruitment and ambassadors programs regularly change its programing and overall theories of getting prospective students to consider attending USU Eastern. One of these changes is a new recruitment specialist, Mark Dickey. A Price native, Dickey has an exciting past and future with the institution of USU Eastern. A Carbon High School graduate, he decided to attend Eastern after falling in love with the social life,academics and the community of Eastern.
Posted Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 1:09pm
eing a local, I have had 20 years to explore and find the best places to visit in and around Carbon County. One of the best places to visit, and an ultimate must-see, is Helper’s Mining and Railroad Museum, located on Helper Main Street, in Helper, Utah. The three-story building commemorates the interesting history of Helper, Utah. Jason Huntzinger, USU Eastern’s’ photography professor, is the director. He strives to use the museum’s photographic archives to tell the stories of this area’s history.
Posted Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 1:06pm
Adjunct photography professor, Jason Huntzinger, took his introduction to photography class on a field trip to Cleveland-Lloyd Dinosaur Quarry recently to capture the beauty of the area through photographs. Huntzinger is wrapping up his 2017 CLDQ “Artist Residency” and will show his work from the yearlong residency Friday, Nov. 3, from 6-8 p.m. at the USU Eastern Prehistoric Museum in Price.
Posted Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 1:02pm
In the wake of the Las Vegas shooting, which killed 59 people and injured over 500, again rekindled a heated debate over gun control in the United States. As is the case after every mass shooting, there are conversations over what kind of restrictions and regulations should be put on guns and gun owners, and what kinds of guns people should, and should not, have access to. Unfortunately, misinformation, special interest groups and partisan politics keep gun laws relatively untouched.
Posted Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 12:24pm
As an international student, I sometimes feel out of place living in the United States. Either in the middle of a conversation, where I do not understand some slang, or when I do not get the pop culture reference my friends are implying. I learned to live with that though, especially after 14 months living and interacting with Americans on a daily basis. Adaptation is the word my parents repeated endlessly before my flight took off and understand their concerns.
Posted Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 12:19pm
Philosophy helps people define what happiness is and sets the road to that happiness. College students need philosophy to set the foundations for the rest of their lives, because at one point, it is them against the world.
Posted Thursday, October 19, 2017 - 12:14pm