Lifestyles

"Marriage, an Adventure for Forever" is the theme of this year's bridal fair sponsored by CEU Cosmetology Department. The event is scheduled for the weekend of Jan. 30-31 in the ballroom and Jennifer Leavitt Student Center. On Friday, the fair opens from 3-8 p.m. and on Saturday it opens from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. Booths for the fair include wedding cakes, photography, decorations, formal and informal dresses, bridesmaid dresses, tuxes, catering, videos, candles and toppers and jewelry. Door prizes will be given as well as a silent wedding dress auction.
Posted Thursday, January 15, 2004 - 12:00am
CEU's SUN Center started the new year with a new presidency. Jennifer Jarrett and Christine Olsen will share director responsibilities for the service organization. The SUN Center is a state-wide program allowing students to get involved in service for their community and school while meeting and making friends along the way. Jarrett is from Cache Valley where she attended Sky View High School. Her favorite activities in high school included being a member of student government, the tennis team and Key (Service) Club.
Posted Thursday, January 15, 2004 - 12:00am
The College of Eastern Utah donated $2,420.68 to the Carbon County Food Bank as a result of Bread 'N Soup Night 2003. This is an extremely generous donation, and is actually an increase of $100 dollars from last year, said Carrie Icard. She wants to thank the CEU Food Service, who managed through five weeks the arduous task of putting together meals. "And of course, we wish to thank the entire college community from the many volunteers to those of you who faithfully attended."
Posted Thursday, January 15, 2004 - 12:00am
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CEU's Fine Arts professor and Master Printmaker, Brent Haddock, was recently selected to restrike the copper-plate etchings of renowned artist, LeConte Stewart. Stewart is a former chairman of the art department at University of Utah. He is well known for his unidealized paintings of rural Utah. He is also known in the LDS culture for his large scale murals in the Hawaii; Mesa, Ariz. and Alberta, Canada temples. For years, Haddock has held a deep admiration and respect for Stewart and his legacy of art.
Posted Thursday, December 4, 2003 - 12:00am
All of the debate trophies that have been displayed in the trophy cases in the Old Main Building had to be moved before the demolition of the building began.  No arrangement had been made to have them exhibited at another site on campus, so they have been boxed and stored in the Communications Department until an appropriate showcase is found, retired debate Coach Neil Warren said.
Posted Thursday, December 4, 2003 - 12:00am
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Crystal Conway is a pint-sized blonde whom you might have seen working at the register in the cafeteria. Her bright smile and Southern drawl are hard not to notice. You might wonder what this girl from the South is doing way out here in this small town of Price, Utah. Last year, during Christmas, Crystal's friend Lori Wellington (now Lori Thomas) went to visit her in her hometown of Kennett, Missouri. Lori was and still is a student at CEU, and she told Crystal that this was the place for her to go.
Posted Thursday, December 4, 2003 - 12:00am
LeConte Stewart, born 1891 in Glenwood, Utah, began his extensive art education in 1912 at University of Utah with Edwin Evans, with private instruction from A.B. Wright. Stewart attended Art Students League summer school, 1913-1914, in New York, where he studied with John F. Carlson and Walter Goltz. He later attended Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts in Chester Springs.
Posted Thursday, December 4, 2003 - 12:00am
A local band from Brigham City has been busy this month with live performances from Logan to Price. "Lemon Jumper" has recently performed at the Hard Rock Café  in Salt Lake City with the "Rock 4 X-mas tour". The "Rock 4 X-mas tour" is a fundraiser to help families and children during Christmas time. Besides Lemon Jumper, the drummer from Journey and ACDC, Paul Shortino from Quiet Riot and many more were involved with the Salt Lake City "Rock 4 X-mas".
Posted Thursday, November 13, 2003 - 12:00am
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When you go to the library on campus and are having a hard time finding all of your sources for the research paper due the next day, a smart move for you is to ask for help from Aimee Lauritsen. Lauritsen is the public service manager of the library. She is the former technical service manager who was moved laterally into this position when the former public service manager, Kale Cloward, left.
Posted Thursday, November 13, 2003 - 12:00am
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The College of Eastern Utah held its first annual Halloween Carnival for the non-traditional students in the Ballroom on Oct. 29. About 150-200 people attended the carnival. It featured parents and their children dressing up in costume and participating in games and having fun. Each parent or family had to bring a bag of candy for prizes and treats.
Posted Thursday, November 13, 2003 - 12:00am

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