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CEU students can now get discounts at 14 local businesses thanks to the CEU Eagle Card and ASCEU's Financial Vice President, Alden Moon. The businesses that have the official Eagle card sticker in their window are sponsoring the discounts. The businesses include: • McDonalds- free sandwich with the purchase of a value meal • Becky's Brews- 10 percent off any purchase • Price Oil Express- $2 off a full service • Taco Time- 10 percent off any purchase • KFC and A&W- 10 percent off any purchase • Papa Murphy's- free cheesy bread with pizza purchase
Posted Thursday, November 13, 2003 - 12:00am
Price residents can enjoy opera and musical theatre right in their own backyard as Utah Opera Apprentice Artists perform for school and community groups in the area during the week of November 10-14. The week-long residency introduces students to opera through performances and workshops, and will culminate in a free public concert on Friday, November 14. The Utah Opera Apprentice Artists are an integral part of Utah Symphony & Opera's residency program, which has been developed to serve all age groups in communities throughout the Intermountain West.
Posted Thursday, November 13, 2003 - 12:00am
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The Eastern Utah Wind Symphony, a college-community ensemble at College of EasternUtah, will present its second concert of the fall semester, "The Four Seasons," on Saturday, is free.
Posted Thursday, November 13, 2003 - 12:00am
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A 20-year-old Price resident who took concurrent enrollment classes at the College of Eastern Utah while a student at Carbon High School was killed in an auto-pedestrian accident in St. George. Michelle Rich, a sophomore business major at Dixie State College was walking across the street in St. George with a friend when a car hit her on October 9. After being taken to the Dixie Medical Center, she was life-flighted to Utah Valley Medical Center where she died Oct. 14.
Posted Thursday, October 30, 2003 - 12:00am
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In keeping with the "kinder and gentler Corey Ewan", the Geary Theatre's second play of the season is a romantic comedy titled, Cactus Flower. The perfomances will be in the Geary Theater beginning at 7:30 pm, November 6-9, 11-12.
Posted Thursday, October 30, 2003 - 12:00am
Some college students think they are not eligible to receive scholarships and grants; their parents earn too much money, they don't belong to a minority group or they lack a stellar grade point average (G.P.A.). However, these are widely held misconceptions, according to University of Utah Assistant Librarian Peter Kraus, who teaches a class on finding scholarships. In fact, he says, every year there is money that goes unclaimed.
Posted Thursday, October 30, 2003 - 12:00am
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For the past 25 years the College of Eastern Utah has been host to the only fine arts venue in the southeastern part of the state, Gallery East. The director of the gallery Brent Hadock said, "this gallery provides two things, it provides an educational experience for our students and the community in the surrounding area. And its second purpose is to provide a venue for local artists to show their work, thus we try to do at least one local show a year."
Posted Thursday, October 30, 2003 - 12:00am
At 9pm October 17th the doors opened to let in the crowd for the first CEU Loserpalooza. The show named after its larger national counterpart Lollapalooza, was formed in the same fashion, to create a place for local upcoming bands to play and get exposure. Sponsored by the business club as a fund-raiser, the members of the club willingly jumped into an area that was full of problems and controversy.
Posted Thursday, October 30, 2003 - 12:00am
Students eating in the cafeteria will be seeing a new face walking around making sure that everything is running smoothly. The food service department has hired a new business manager, Nancy Sjostrom. Sjostrom is a native of Price with a degree in business. She graduated from CEU then went to Utah State University where she received her business administration degree. She and her husband have been involved in a family business, and recently sold their shares of the business. While looking for a new job, she saw an ad on CEU's web site for a business manager in food services.
Posted Thursday, October 30, 2003 - 12:00am
In today's "modern" age, it seems as though every product and every action, comes with a set of risks. It comes as no surprise to open the morning newspaper and discover that your favorite brand of shampoo is now causing cancer. So it is no wonder that something as simple as the backpack is a health risk to its users.
Posted Thursday, October 30, 2003 - 12:00am

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