Graduating high school and moving on to college is an event in which none of us were truly prepared. Excitement and anxiousness envelop you as you make decisions and realize your life will never be the same. Graduation hits and you come to the conclusion that you have absolutely no clue what you are doing.… Read More ACES: One Thunderbirds At A Time
Dear Editor, Within the first week of moving onto SUU’s campus, it seemed that my Resident Assistant was constantly at my door. He would knock to tell us about that week’s events, which was normal. Then, as the weeks progressed, he would knock to talk to my roommates and me about our classes or our… Read More Letter to the Editor: SUU’s RA Problem
Dear Editor, Something has got to be done about the lack of school spirit at SUU. It is particularly disheartening to see the lack of attendance at every sporting event aside from football and gymnastics. I understand that Cedar City is not the most populous city. However, there are easily enough people to fill the… Read More Letter to Editor: SCHOOL SPIRIT
College is not easy. General Education requirement can seem pointless, crying because you miss your family and dog happens often and eventually, Ramen Noodles begin to taste like cardboard. However, despite all the many reasons a student could drop out of college, the likelihood of a student dropping out because they do not feel as though… Read More Get Involved On Campus Soon
Radio has been one of the top forms of entertainment since the 1900s. At one point in time, there was a radio in every household. They were the height of entertainment before the television became popular. Now it is being replaced by other forms of music media like Spotify. Could this be the end of… Read More Is Radio Dead?
The symbol of the nationwide movement to spread awareness for those affected by Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD) is the puzzle piece. This image is meant to reflect the mystery and complexity involved in dealing with ASD. Every puzzle piece will be different, so it accurately represents the diversity of every individual diagnosed. However, it seems… Read More A Small Piece of a Larger Puzzle