Lifestyles

Many students are unaware of CEU's volunteer center, the "SUN" Involvement Center, located in the Jennifer Leavitt Student Center. The SUN (Serving Utah Network) Center's director is Kathy Murray, who has been the director since its establishment in 1994. Over the years the center has completed hundreds of service projects and last year alone completed over 42,000 hours of service.
Posted Thursday, August 26, 2004 - 12:00am
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Six CEU community members were voted as the students' choice for their favorite faculty, staff, freshman male and female and sophomore male and female students. Shelly Lemons, Ph.D., was named as the students' favorite faculty member. A history and philosophy instructor, Lemons is vice president of the faculty senate, coordinator for the Fulbright Program and faculty coordinator for service learning. She said, "the service learning is my favorite activity outside of teaching because I get to help Christine Olsen with the Campus Café ."
Posted Thursday, April 22, 2004 - 12:00am
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The Eastern Utah Wind Symphony, a college-community ensemble, will present its final performance of the 2003-04 season on Friday, April 23, at 7:30 p.m. in the Price Civic Auditorium. The concert, "Blasts from the Past," will feature favorites performed by the Wind Symphony from 1999 to 2003.
Posted Thursday, April 22, 2004 - 12:00am
The award winners for this year's student art show were revealed at the opening reception held at Gallery East, April 16. A total of $550 in cash and prizes were awarded to nine student artists. The top three winners are: first place – Latasha Young, "Jack," graphics, $100 CEU Bookstore gift certificate; second place – Paul Nieminen, "Abandoned," print, $75; third place – Cory Newton, ceramics, $75.
Posted Thursday, April 22, 2004 - 12:00am
The Castle Valley Center's Clean Crew established a good relationship with staff, faculty and students at the College of Eastern Utah. "One of the main goals with the adult program of Castle Valley Center is to provide the adult, and the privileges to serve others through their works," Richard Bissell, supervisor stated. The cleaning crew started to work at the college at the beginning of the semester. "As I watch them clean the eating area in the cafeteria, they wash the floor twice and clean the tables really well," said Romer Ferrer.
Posted Thursday, April 22, 2004 - 12:00am
Very few events can bring every Utah college and university together. However, on Tuesday, April 6 the presidents of all Utah campuses met at the Delta Center to recognize one student and one faculty member from each of their campuses that has shown outstanding efforts to be involved in combining coursework, with critical community needs and outstanding service to their campus and community. This year CEU presented these awards to student Jennifer Jarrett and faculty member Shelly Lemons. Shelly Lemons
Posted Thursday, April 22, 2004 - 12:00am
At first I was shocked and even offended by the blatantly liberal and feminist way I perceived the class was being taught. My first introduction to the subject had been rather ordinary and at times almost bookish, which had suited me well, and the gall of this new professor was shocking and to be frank, unwelcome.
Posted Thursday, April 22, 2004 - 12:00am
Students walking through the SAC building may run into the new director of the disability resource center and student resource counseling, DeDe Howa. She became the director of these programs at the beginning of February. Howa is here to make sure that students who have disabilities get the accommodations and services that they need. She wants them to do well in school and does everything she can to make them successful at CEU. She is there for any student to come in and to talk to her about anything.
Posted Thursday, April 8, 2004 - 12:00am
Paradigm is preparing for another show at CEU. They performed fall semester and last year, creating a huge fan base among the local community. Sacramento-based Paradigm is set apart from other popular alternative-rock bands by their positive lyrics that dig deep below the surface. Their female lead, Shannon Curtis, also differentiates the band from the genre dominated by male-fronted bands. Drawing comparisons to Sarah McLachlan, Counting Crows, U2 and Coldplay, Paradigm is carving their niche in the alternative rock arena.
Posted Thursday, April 8, 2004 - 12:00am
Twelve new freshmen will join the 13 sophomores to create the College of Eastern Utah's 2004-2005 Ambassador Program under the direction of Todd Olsen. The new freshmen include Holly DeLeeuw, Tooele High School; Ciara Denison, Lone Peak High; Nitasha Brinkman, Pleasant Grove High; Jill Stokes, Mountain Crest High; Jamie Dangerfield, Hunter High; Jessica Holdaway and Jacob Burrows, Carbon High; Kelsie Knudsen, Bear River High; Joshua Basinger, Box Elder High; Collin Jensen, Emery High; Keena Magleby, South Sevier High; and Joshua Stam, Murray High School.
Posted Thursday, April 8, 2004 - 12:00am

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