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Helper, Utah, was built upon the 1887 D&RGW railroad. Many railroad and coal jobs flourished and the town began to populate. Helper is an exquisite place to visit, not only for its scenery, but also the abundance of shops and historic sites.
Posted Monday, October 2, 2017 - 4:45pm
A fresh and extremely cheerful face on campus, Ko Saavedra has begun his first year at Utah State University Eastern. Currently undecided in his major, Saavedra is thinking of potentially majoring in business or science. Originally from Stansbury Park, the 18 year-old Saavedra hopes to coordinate concerts in the future. “I love concerts so I want do that so other people can feel that too.” If he were to rate any celebrity a perfect 10 he quickly and excitedly announced Blake Lively and immediately after said Emma Watson and Emma Stone as well.
Posted Thursday, September 21, 2017 - 1:52pm
In her junior year at Utah State University Eastern, Paige Martinez is a promising 20-year-old from Price. Martinez is an extremely resourceful young woman as she is the administrative assistant for EUSA, a math tutor on campus, drumline captain (she even helped start up drumline at Eastern) and, also does informational technology (I.T.) work for a local bank. Majoring in business administration, she hopes to work in I.T. or marketing
Posted Thursday, September 21, 2017 - 1:50pm
Sixteen and already a freshman in college, Emma Campbell achieved impressive things for her age. Part of The Eagle newspapers at Utah State University Eastern, member of the Serving Utah Network (SUN) Center and a certified nursing assistant, Campbell admits that at first it is “socially weird” to hang out with people older than she. However, after spending a few weeks with her new friends, she totally adapted and love the experience at USUE.
Posted Thursday, September 21, 2017 - 1:47pm
Pres. Donald Trump decided to revoke the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) on Sept. 5th. Over 400,00 students across america had many thoughts and fears regarding DACA. These fears have also been fears of the eight public universities and colleges of Utah. The presidents of these institutions came out with a public release regarding their support for DACA on Sept. 6th.
Posted Thursday, September 21, 2017 - 1:44pm
As 2017 college students we definitely have a lot more privilege and help then we did back in the ‘80s or ‘90s. Back then people had to do research solely through books and couldn’t just Google things or use quizlet to help answer questions. We are lucky to be able to have so many resources just at the tip of our fingers.
Posted Thursday, September 21, 2017 - 1:36pm
Nineteen and a sophomore, Mallorie Bradley has done more than your average student. Her freshman year, she was as a member of Eastern Utah Student Association, and is transitioning into an ambassador. Originally from Price, Bradley is a speech pathology major and plans to be a speech therapist at an elementary school. Bradley does not regret staying in Price for school. “It’s not always the greatest at times. Although living at home still, I’m saving so much money. It makes it worth it.”
Posted Thursday, September 7, 2017 - 10:52am
A Price 21-year-old native heading into his junior year as co-captain of the Student Success Leaders. Vincent Anella is majoring in Biology and plans to head to Utah State in Logan and then medical school to be a radiologist.
Posted Thursday, September 7, 2017 - 10:50am
Beginning with the name, the library, now called the LLC (Library Learning Commons), transformed over the summer and continues to change throughout the upcoming months. The changes began when the collection of books and periodicals were moved upstairs, leaving more room for 16-new computers, collaborative study areas and new furniture on the first level. Paired with the relocation of the tutoring labs from other buildings and a fresh coat of paint, the library is transforming into a more cohesive, modern learning environment.
Posted Thursday, September 7, 2017 - 6:43am
Skateboarding originated during the 1960s, when surfers in California wanted something fun to do when the waves were flat. The height of skateboarding really kicked off during the 1970s, when many interested “boarders” removed the wheels and bearings from their roller skates, and attached them to plywood. They were not able to get going very fast, but the adrenaline would still hit them when they would get going down a steep, “crazy” hill.
Posted Thursday, September 7, 2017 - 12:28am