On and Around Logan Campus 11/14-11/20

Students walking along the Quad.

It’s common to have a dust of snow on the ground during the autumn here in Logan. This makes for a contrast of colors as many of the trees still hold leaves. But a little bit of snow doesn’t stop the Aggies from enjoying all there is to do on and around campus! From big name comedians to college night at many local restaurants, there is plenty to do.
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Monday 11/14

 

Free Math andStatistics Tutoring

8:30a.m.-5:00 p.m.

Freedrop-in tutoring is provided for Math 0900-2250/2270/2280 and Statistics 1040,2000, 3000, in the Taggart Student Center Room 225A and Lundstrom StudentLiving Center. Click the URL below for the schedule.

 

Ka-pow! Graphic NovelExhibition

October24th– December 10th

TheMerrill-Cazier Library is presenting Ka-pow! Graphic Novels, an exhibition ongraphic novels used in academia. It will be shown in the atrium of the Merrill-CazierLibrary from Oct. 24 through Dec. 10. A formal opening reception is Thursday,Nov. 10, at 4 p.m. in room 101 of the Library where several USU professors willdiscuss the use of graphic novels in their current classroom curriculum.

Starting Small ArtExhibit

November7th – December 1st

9:00a.m.- 5:00p.m.

TwainTippetts Exhibition Hall

Free

Collectedby old and new, ‘Starting Small’ showcases USU student collections curated bycurrent students. The exhibit illustrates the diversity of art and itscollection through the eyes of independent students. Four Utah State students,Trissta Lyman, Megan Mitchell, Brady Mathews and Megan Evans, are curating theexhibit and gathering artwork from other student’s private collections. Anopening reception will be held Nov. 11 from 5-7 p.m. in the Tippetts ExhibitHall.

 

2011 Study AbroadPhoto Contest

10:00a.m.-2:00p.m.

TSCon the second floor across from the ballroom

Free

2011Study Abroad Photo Contest. Students who have studied abroad in the past yearhave submitted photos in three categories, Aggie spirit, People, and Places.Everyone on campus has the opportunity to vote for the best photo in eachcategory. Come vote and support Study Abroad!

 

InternationalEducation and Diversity Week

11:00a.m.-3:00p.m.

InternationalEducation Week is an opportunity to celebrate the benefits of internationaleducation and exchange worldwide. This joint initiative of the U.S. Departmentof State and the U.S. Department of Education is part of our efforts to promoteprograms that prepare Americans for a global environment and attract futureleaders from abroad to study, learn, and exchange experiences in the UnitedStates. We encourage the participation of all individuals and institutionsinterested in international education and exchange activities, includingschools, colleges and universities, embassies, international organizations,businesses, associations, and community organizations.

 

International FashionShow

11:00a.m.-1:30p.m.

TSC International Lounge

International and multicultural students willbe showing the traditional costumes of their countries. https://www.facebook.com/event.php?eid=301381919889851&context=create

 

“Negotiating theWorkplace” – A Brown Bag Lunch Lecture by Dr. Ronda Callister

12:00p.m.-1:00p.m.

Merrill-CazierLibrary Room 101

Dr.Ronda Callister, Professor in the Jon M. Huntsman School of Business, will bepresenting a lecture entitled “Negotiating in the Workplace” over abrown bag lunch.

 

Stuff-a-Bus BlitzNight

6:00p.m.-8:30p.m.

Meetat the south end the Stadium parking lot ready to collect food in thecommunity. Enjoy some hot cocoa before we depart and be ready to knock doorsand feel the warm feeling of service! We need tons of volunteers to bringfriends!

 

Maria Full of GraceFilm

7:00p.m.-9:00p.m.

TSCAuditorium

Free

InternationalFilm: Maria Full of Grace (Spanish title: María llena eres de gracia, lit.”Maria, you are full of grace”) is a 2004 joint Colombian-Americanfilm, written and directed by Joshua Marston, who won the Independent SpiritAward for Best First Screenplay. Although the movie depicts rural life inColombia, it was actually filmed in Ecuador. The title is a triple-entendre: areference to Mary, the Roman Catholic figure; “grace” is a slang namefor heroin; and “grace” could also be the name of the baby.

 

Holiday Hours atGlobal Village Gifts Begin

GlobalVillage Gifts

146North 100 East

StartingNovember 14 and continuing through December 31, Global Village Gifts will beopen Monday through Friday from noon to 6:00 p.m. and Saturday 10:00 a.m. to6:00 p.m. They will be closed Thanksgiving and will close at 4:00 on December24 and 31.

 

Jubilee of Trees

Onceagain the Bear River Valley Hospital Foundation board is presenting the“Jubilee of Trees – Celebrating Health in the Bear River Valley” November 14ththru 19th . Featuring displays of uniquely adorned trees, wreaths and holidaygifts each sponsored and decorated by our friends and neighbors in the BearRiver Valley. You’re invited to join them by having your organization donate adecorated tree. To confirm your display reservation call Mary Marble(435-207-4702).

 

Hot Chocolate

8:00a.m.-gone

TSCPatio and Business Building

HotChocolate, only $1.00. Hosted by the Dominican Student Association.

 

Tuesday 11/15

 

Aggies for Christ

8:00p.m.-10:00p.m.

TSCHub

Aggiesfor Christ is a weekly bible study this semester focusing on the names of Jesusand their meanings. Fellowship starts at 8 PM and the study begins at 8:30 PM.All religions are welcome. Bring your bible and be ready to learn!

Contact:  Shelby Frauen (623) 466-4470  sfrauen@hotmail.com

 

Adult Art Class

6:00p.m. –7:00p.m.

E.A. Art School offers basic drawing toadvanced oil painting for children ages 6 to Adults. New students are alwayswelcome, first class is free. Adult Class Schedule: Tuesday from 6-7 p.m. $10per hour/$15 supply fee. Drop-ins welcome anytime. Sign up in class.

 

Open Mic Night

7:00p.m.-9:00p.m.

LoganArt house & Cinema

Comewatch or perform music, standup comedy, and poetry. Come early or sign up onFacebook to perform. $2 at the door. Free for performers.

 

College Night at Chick Fil A

5:00p.m.-9:00p.m.

Buy a #1 meal and get a #1 meal free withyour student ID! Every Tuesday night.

 

2011 Study AbroadPhoto Contest

10:00a.m.-2:00p.m.

TSCBallroom

Free

TSCPrefuction area across from the ballroom. 2011 Study Abroad Photo Contest. TheContest will be held in the TSC on the second floor across from the ball room.Students who have studied abroad in the past year have submitted photos inthree categories, Aggie spirit, People, and Places. Everyone on campus has theopportunity to vote for the best photo in each category. Come vote and supportStudy Abroad!

 

Techniques in AnimalCell Culture and Scale-up Strategies

8:00a.m.-5:00p.m.

BiotechnologyBuilding 103

http://www.biosystems.usu.edu/education/industry_training/courses/detail/index.php?id=3

Thiscourse teaches the latest techniques used with mammalian cell culture.Laboratory work includes hands-on experience in cell growth and subculturing,and extensive work with different types of bench scale bioreactors. Alsoincluded are lectures and laboratory work on cloning, nuclear transfer, andstem cell manipulations.

 

Thai Cookout

11:00a.m.-1:30p.m.

TCSPatio

DeliciousThai food by the Thai Student Association. Prices vary from $1-$10.

 

Social Skills

1:00p.m.-2:30p.m.

TSC310

SocialSkills – Learn communication, assertiveness, and social skills and ways toincrease your support system. By attending CAPS workshops you will be exposedto a variety of skills to help improve your quality of life and relationships.You are welcome to attend all the workshops or pick and choose the ones thatyou are most interested in. Workshops are FREE and will be held in a CAPS groupTSC room 310 or 310B. Seating is limited. Contact us at 797-1012 or stop by TSC306 to reserve your seat.

 

VespertineFormations: Percussion Ensembles Concert

7:30p.m.-9:30p.m.

KentConcert Hall in the Chase Fine Arts Center

Freefor USU students with ID, $10 general admission, $8 seniors and youth, $5faculty and staff

Theconcert will feature the USU and Caine Percussion Ensembles. Students willperform literature on a wide variety of percussion instruments.

 

America Recycles Day:Logan Landfill Tour

4:30p.m.-5:30p.m.

Meetat the Park-N-Ride Lot (200N 1400W, Logan)

LoganLandfill Tour November 15, 4:30-5:30pm Meet at the Park-N-Ride Lot (200N 1400W,Logan) Look for the SNC van! For all ages Cost: FREE Help SNC and the LoganCity Environment Department celebrate America Recycles Day! Join us for a tourof the Logan City landfill and learn how city recycling efforts impact ourlocal waste stream. Reservations required. For more information or to reserveyour spot, call 435-755-3239, visit http://www.logannature.org, or emailnature[at]logannature.org

 

InternationalEducation Week Movie Showings

6:00p.m.

TheCove

TSCAuditorium

8:00p.m.

BloodDiamonds

 

Study Abroad inFrance Information Session

11:00a.m.-12:00p.m.

TSCRoom 335

Cometo an information session to learn more about studying in France this summer.Study French language at all levels. Questions? Contactthe Study Abroad Office 797-0106; studyabroad@usu.edu; StudyAbroad Office, Military Science Room 118.

 

The Lorax

8:00p.m.

HPER 114

Free screening of Dr. Seuss’ “The Lorax” for America Recycles Day.

 

Wednesday 11/16

 

USU Meditation Club

12:00p.m.-1:00 p.m.

TSC335

Alllevels of meditation experience are welcome for our weekly sit. There will beinstruction provided for those who desire it, and we typically sit for 30minutes. Time will be made for announcements and the sharing of experiences.

 

Figure Drawing/Painting from USU Art Guild

7:30p.m- 9:30p.m.

Chase Fine Arts Center

We will be holding weekly figure studysessions for students and community members that would like to practice workwith the human figure. The cost of each session is $5.00 or $40.00 for thewhole semester (to pay the model).

 

RRR Auction- Reuse,Reduce, Recycle

6:00p.m.

244S Main

RRRAuction has a LIVE auction every Wednesday night at 6 pm till done with a LIVEAuctioneer, Food Vendors, Lots of goods to be sold and fun to be had. Pleasestop by early and browse the auction and sign up to be a bidder!!! See youthere!!!

 

Ceramics Adult Wheel Throwing and Hand Buildin

3:00p.m- 6:00p.m.

Students choose what they most wish to createthroughout the 10 weeks of  classes. Labtimes available. Minimum enrollment 6. With Beth Calengor

$136 + $15 materials fee
Sept 7-Nov 9

 

2011 Study AbroadPhoto Contest

10:00a.m.-2:00p.m.

TSCBallroom

Free

TSCPrefuction area across from the ballroom. 2011 Study Abroad Photo Contest. TheContest will be held in the TSC on the second floor across from the ball room.Students who have studied abroad in the past year have submitted photos inthree categories, Aggie spirit, People, and Places. Everyone on campus has theopportunity to vote for the best photo in each category. Come vote and supportStudy Abroad!

 

The Great AmericanSmoke Out

10:00a.m.-2:00p.m.

Merrill-CazierLibrary Entrance

The36th Great American Smoke Out is taking place on November 17, and the USUStudent Health and Wellness Center is encouraging you to participate. Use thisdate as your first step to quit smoking. Educational booths will be availableat the library entrance Nov. 16 and 17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Quit kits will beprovided containing items to help prevent tobacco cravings.
A balloon release will also take place outside the library Nov. 17 at 3 p.m. toremember those who have suffered from tobacco use. Everyone is invited to writethe name of a loved one who has been affected by tobacco use on a balloon andjoin in the release.

 

Tall Painting

11:00a.m.-1:00p.m.

TSCHub

Free

Showdiversity through paint in thisamazing activity!

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=AdWcFp0NWCw

 

Effective CopingSession 2 Workshop

1:30p.m.-2:30p.m.

TSC310

Free

EffectiveCoping – This two-part workshop is designed to help students cope moreeffectively with the challenges of college: Session One – Attitudes,Assumptions and Emotions. Participants will diagram thoughts and feelings andthe importance of recognizing basic needs in order to meet these needsconstructively. Session Two – Value Consistent Actions. Participants willreplace self-defeating habits with strengths based actions consistent with corevalues and priorities. By attending CAPS workshops you will be exposed to a varietyof skills to help improve your quality of life and relationships. You arewelcome to attend all the workshops or pick and choose the ones that you aremost interested in.

 

Perspectives ClubMeeting

2:15p.m.-3:30p.m.

TSC309

Free

Open discussion on gender issues and equalityin Utah – come hear others’ perspectives and share your own. http://twitter.com/#!/USUPerspectives

 

BRIGADOON

7:00p.m.–9:00p.m.

MountainCrest High School Auditorium

MountainCrest High School Theatre Department presents: BRIGADOON One of the mostintriguing and delightful aspects of a musical show is its ability to open up awhole new world to both its audience and cast. The show that does this betterthan any other is BRIGADOON. This is a Scottish fantasy about a town thatdisappears into the Highland mist and returns for only one day every onehundred years. It includes Waitin’ for My Dearie, I’ll Go Home with BonnieJean, Come to Me, Bend to Me, Almost Like Being in Love, There But for You GoI, The Heather on the Hill and My Mother’s Weddin’ Day. This is a tribute tosimplicity, true love and goodness, which is hidden from the ordinary traveler.$7 Adults $5 Senior Citizens & Students

 

Women’s Basketball
Weber State
7:00p.m.
Logan, Utah

 

University of East Asia Korean Drum Band Concert

7:00p.m.

Performance Hall

Free! Come celebrate International EducationWeek.

 

International Cookout

11:00a.m.-1:30p.m.

TSC Patio

 

Thursday 11/17

 

Big Band Swing Club

7:00p.m.

HPER215

Comelearn Big Band Swing Dancing! Swing Dancing is an original American art form,and a fun way to exercise and meet people. Come alone or with a partner; weoffer lessons at 7, followed by social dancing. Beginners are welcome, and yourfirst time is free. Come dance with us!

 

Kayak Roll Session

7:30pm-9:30pm

HYPERPool

$5/$8/$10

Startingin October our roll sessions will be held on Thursdays. Come practice yourwhitewater kayak roll in the HPER pool.  Can’t roll?  No problem, wewill have instructors on hand to help you figure it out.  All equipment isprovided, just bring your suit.  This is open to students, faculty/staff, andthe general public. Pre-register at the ORP. 435-797-3264.

 

2011 Study AbroadPhoto Contest

10:00a.m.-2:00p.m.

TSCBallroom

Free

TSCPrefuction area across from the ballroom. 2011 Study Abroad Photo Contest. TheContest will be held in the TSC on the second floor across from the ball room.Students who have studied abroad in the past year have submitted photos inthree categories, Aggie spirit, People, and Places. Everyone on campus has theopportunity to vote for the best photo in each category. Come vote and supportStudy Abroad!

 

The Great AmericanSmoke Out

10:00a.m.-2:00p.m.

Merrill-CazierLibrary Entrance

The36th Great American Smoke Out is taking place on November 17, and the USUStudent Health and Wellness Center is encouraging you to participate. Use thisdate as your first step to quit smoking. Educational booths will be availableat the library entrance Nov. 16 and 17 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. Quit kits will beprovided containing items to help prevent tobacco cravings.
A balloon release will also take place outside the library Nov. 17 at 3 p.m. toremember those who have suffered from tobacco use. Everyone is invited to writethe name of a loved one who has been affected by tobacco use on a balloon andjoin in the release.

 

Stress Management andSelf Care Workshop

10:00a.m.

TSC310

StressManagement and Self Care – Learn skills to understand and manage your stressbetter, lengthen your fuse, and increase self-care. By attending CAPS workshopsyou will be exposed to a variety of skills to help improve your quality of lifeand relationships. You are welcome to attend all the workshops or pick andchoose the ones that you are most interested in.

 

Getting the Most Outof Your Sleep Workshop

11:30a.m.-12:30p.m.

TSC310

Gettingthe Most Out of Your Sleep – Learn how to deal with sleep problems as well asmanage your sleep to get the most rest from the time you have. By attendingCAPS workshops you will be exposed to a variety of skills to help improve yourquality of life and relationships. You are welcome to attend all the workshopsor pick and choose the ones that you are most interested in. Workshops are FREEand will be held in a CAPS group TSC room 310 or 310B. Seating is limited.Contact us at 797-1012 or stop by TSC 306 to reserve your seat.

 

Kiger Hour featuringDamon Cann

5:05p.m.-7:00PM

Joinus Thursday, November 17, for an hour of good food, good company, intellectualengagement, and a TimePiece by Damon Cann, Assistant Professor of PoliticalScience. The TimePiece is entitled – A Political Scientist’s Perspective onRunning for Office. It will be held at Hamilton’s Steak and Seafood in hteAccolade Event Room. The social hour begins at 5:15 p.m., the TimePiece beginsat 6 p.m. The cost is $6.95 per person (plus tax and gratuituy) appetizerbuffet which will be billed on an individual basis. Guests will also be able toorder off the regular menu if desired. Damon Cann specializes in Americanpolitics. His book, Sharing the Wealth was awarded the Richard F. Fenno, Jr.Prize by the American Political Science Association for hte best book publishedon legislative politics in 2008. His other work has appreared in a variety ofother outlets. Cann holds Ph.D. and M.A. degrees in political science fromStony Brook University and a B.A. from Brigham Young University.

 

Comedians for SEED

7:00p.m.

EcclesConference Center Auditorium Room 216

Adults:$8 in advance,  $10 @ door; Children: $5advance, $8 @ door

http://www.comediansforseed.com

The “COMEDIANS FOR SEED” show is anentertainment event organized by USU management students to raise funds for theuniversity’s SEED program, which educates people in developing countries in newbusiness creation and development skills. The show will feature MelissaVillasenor, a stand-up comedian, voice impressionist and a singer, with anopening act from Jordan Todd Brown. Melissa has done impressions on Frank TV onTBS, voiceover on Family Guy and Adventure Time on Cartoon Network, and mostrecently was a top 16 finalist on America’s Got Talent. Join us for an eveningof laugh-out-loud entertainment! All proceeds will go to the USU SEED program.For tickets sales and more information, please visit our website.

 

Madness, Mayhem andOther Great Opera Moments

7:30p.m.-9:30p.m.

CaineLyric Theatre

$10general admission, $8 seniors and youth, $5 faculty and staff, free for USUstudents

‘Forthe past decade, community opera lovers and first-time opera patrons alike haveenjoyed the work of USU students presenting opera scenes, one-acts andfully-staged opera productions each semester,’ said Dr. Lynn Jemison-Keisker,director of the USU opera theatre program. ‘All ages are sure to enjoy thisgala concert of well-known melodies sung by famous comic and dramaticcharacters from three centuries of opera favorites.’

 

Caine ChamberEnsembles

7:30p.m.-9:30p.m.

ThePerformance Hall

Free

Themusic featured is specifically arranged for the brass quintet, woodwindquintet, sax quartet and percussion quartet. Styles range from Renaissance tocontemporary and classical to jazz. The students audition for the groups at thebeginning of the semester and are awarded scholarships provided by the MarieEccles Caine-Russell family.

 

BRIGADOON

7:00p.m.–9:00p.m.

MountainCrest High School Auditorium

MountainCrest High School Theatre Department presents: BRIGADOON One of the mostintriguing and delightful aspects of a musical show is its ability to open up awhole new world to both its audience and cast. The show that does this betterthan any other is BRIGADOON. This is a Scottish fantasy about a town thatdisappears into the Highland mist and returns for only one day every onehundred years. It includes Waitin’ for My Dearie, I’ll Go Home with BonnieJean, Come to Me, Bend to Me, Almost Like Being in Love, There But for You GoI, The Heather on the Hill and My Mother’s Weddin’ Day. This is a tribute tosimplicity, true love and goodness, which is hidden from the ordinary traveler.$7 Adults $5 Senior Citizens & Students

 

Korean Drummers andCultural Fair

11:00a.m.-1:00p.m.

TSCInternational Lounge

 

Study in KoreaInformation Session

3:00p.m.-4:00p.m.

UniversityInn Room 511

Cometo an information session to learn more about study abroad opportunities at ourpartner university Far East University in Korea. Questions? Contact the StudyAbroad Office at 797—601 or studyabroad@usu.edu, or visit the actualoffice in Military Science Room 118

 

Interview Seminar

5:00p.m.

BNR102

Freepizza from Pizza Pie Café!

 

Friday 11/18

 

The Antics ComedyImprov!

10:30p.m.

TheLogan Arthouse and Cinema

795North Main

$5

The Antics perform improv comedy every Friday night atthe Logan Arthouse!

 

Aggie Game Nights

7:00p.m.-11:55 p.m.

EngineeringBuilding 201

AggieGame Nights is a social gaming club at Utah State University. We play board,card, miniature, party, & role playing games. We meet Fridays, 7pm tomidnight in Engineering 201. Bring friends & games. Everyone is invited!
https://groups.google.com/group/aggie-game-nights https://www.facebook.com/groups/Aggie.Game.Nights/

 

2011 Study AbroadPhoto Contest

10:00a.m.-2:00p.m.

TSCBallroom

Free

TSCPrefuction area across from the ballroom. 2011 Study Abroad Photo Contest. TheContest will be held in the TSC on the second floor across from the ball room.Students who have studied abroad in the past year have submitted photos inthree categories, Aggie spirit, People, and Places. Everyone on campus has theopportunity to vote for the best photo in each category. Come vote and supportStudy Abroad!

 

Miss & Mr.International

7:00p.m.-9:30p.m

EcclesConference Center Auditorium

Missand Mr. International is a cultural and talent pageant were we look for theworthy representatives of the International community at USU. Come see thebeauty from around the world.

 

International DressDay

AllDay!

Bustout your international wear!

 

Madness, Mayhem andOther Great Opera Moments

7:30p.m.-9:30p.m.

CaineLyric Theatre

$10general admission, $8 seniors and youth, $5 faculty and staff, free for USUstudents

‘Forthe past decade, community opera lovers and first-time opera patrons alike haveenjoyed the work of USU students presenting opera scenes, one-acts andfully-staged opera productions each semester,’ said Dr. Lynn Jemison-Keisker,director of the USU opera theatre program. ‘All ages are sure to enjoy thisgala concert of well-known melodies sung by famous comic and dramaticcharacters from three centuries of opera favorites.’

 

SEEDFEST

8:30p.m.-10:30p.m.

Cometo the Allred and Profetik benefit concert for SEED! You’ll be sure to have agood time with bands as good as these playing. The event will be held in theTSC auditorium at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 18. Tickets are $6 in advance or $8 at thedoor. How to get tickets in advance: Please contact David Bowman (aka Jens) atdavid.j.bowman@aggiemail.usu.edu if you would like to purchase tickets inadvance. There will also be a table where you can buy tickets in advance infront of the USU bookstore Nov. 16-18 from 9 a.m. to 3 p.m. Supply is limitedso buy tickets while you can. All proceeds go to the Huntsman School’s SEEDprogram in Peru and Africa. Proceeds are used solely to fund micro and smallbusiness loans in these developing economies. None of the funds are used foradministrative purposes (Mr. Huntsman and others have been kind enough tosupport that).

 

BRIGADOON

7:00p.m.–9:00p.m.

MountainCrest High School Auditorium

MountainCrest High School Theatre Department presents: BRIGADOON One of the mostintriguing and delightful aspects of a musical show is its ability to open up awhole new world to both its audience and cast. The show that does this betterthan any other is BRIGADOON. This is a Scottish fantasy about a town thatdisappears into the Highland mist and returns for only one day every onehundred years. It includes Waitin’ for My Dearie, I’ll Go Home with BonnieJean, Come to Me, Bend to Me, Almost Like Being in Love, There But for You GoI, The Heather on the Hill and My Mother’s Weddin’ Day. This is a tribute tosimplicity, true love and goodness, which is hidden from the ordinary traveler.$7 Adults $5 Senior Citizens & Students

 

String Chamber MusicRecital

7:30p.m.

USUPerformance Hall

Freefor USU Students, $5 for faculty, $10 general admission.

TheString Chamber Music Recital offers every student in the string program at USUan opportunity to perform a semester’s worth of work.

Theconcert will feature movements from Bartok’s “String Quartet No. 2,”Beethoven’s “Op. 74,” Haydn’s “Quinten” quartet,Shostakovich’s “String Quartet No. 1” and the “Schumann PianoQuintet” among others.

 

 

Saturday 11/19

 

Logan Out Loud -Improv Comedy

9:00p.m.-10:00p.m.

795North Main

Ifyou liked “Whose line is it” You’ll love LOGAN OUT LOUD. Logan’s slightlyirreverent comedy troupe, where you are a part of the show. Tickets are $5 atthe door

 

Men’s Basketball vs.Southern Utah

7:05PM

Men’sBasketball vs. Southern Utah

 

Stuff-a-Bus serviceproject

12:00p.m.-3:00p.m.

Sam’s Club

Comehelp collect donations for International Education and Diversity Week’s serviceproject. Sign up to volunteer at this link: https://docs.google.com/a/aggiemail.usu.edu/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0An3aHaa9vcTvdHdWQWRyeEFVbGlESlg3MVpUcS1CSXc&hl=en_US#gid=0 (you can also RSVPto the Loaves & Fishes Thanksgiving Dinner on this link)

 

Loaves & FishesThanksgiving Dinner

11:00a.m.

FirstPresbyterian Church: 12 S. 200 W. Logan

Free!Come be served a free meal in celebration of our diversity and the season. Signup to attend at this link: https://docs.google.com/a/aggiemail.usu.edu/spreadsheet/ccc?key=0An3aHaa9vcTvdHdWQWRyeEFVbGlESlg3MVpUcS1CSXc&hl=en_US#gid=0 (you can also signup for the Stuff-a-Bus project on this link)

Sounds of the Stadium

7:30p.m.

KentConcert Hall, Chase Fine Art Center

Freefor USU students, $5 for faculty, $10 general admission

TheUtah State University Aggie Marching Band will present its end-of-seasonconcert “Sounds of the Stadium.”

Theconcert will include musical highlights of the marching band’s 2011 season aswell as traditional school songs and fanfavorites.

 

Sunday 11/20

 

Starting Small ArtExhibit

November7th – December 1st

9:00a.m.- 5:00p.m.

TwainTippetts Exhibition Hall

Free

Collectedby old and new, ‘Starting Small’ showcases USU student collections curated bycurrent students. The exhibit illustrates the diversity of art and itscollection through the eyes of independent students. Four Utah State students,Trissta Lyman, Megan Mitchell, Brady Mathews and Megan Evans, are curating theexhibit and gathering artwork from other student’s private collections. Anopening reception will be held Nov. 11 from 5-7 p.m. in the Tippetts ExhibitHall.

 

On-Going and UpcomingEvents

 

USU Cru

Tuesdaynights @ 7:30 p.m.

Richards2 1/2 lounge

Comemeet with a group of Christians committed to showing people who the true Jesusis. Come discuss and explore topics of faith and spirituality.

Everyonewelcome!

Formore information contact Miriam Gunn (435) 770-6025

 

Aggies for Christ

TuesdayNights @ 8:00p.m.- 10:00p.m.

TSCHub

Aggiesfor Christ is a weekly bible study this semester focusing on the names of Jesusand their meanings. Fellowship starts at 8 PM and the study begins at 8:30 PM.All religions are welcome. Bring your bible and be ready to learn!

Contact:  Shelby Frauen (623) 466-4470  sfrauen@hotmail.com

 

Ka-pow! Graphic NovelExhibition

October24th– December 10th

TheMerrill-Cazier Library is presenting Ka-pow! Graphic Novels, an exhibition ongraphic novels used in academia. It will be shown in the atrium of theMerrill-Cazier Library from Oct. 24 through Dec. 10. A formal opening receptionis Thursday, Nov. 10, at 4 p.m. in room 101 of the Library where several USUprofessors will discuss the use of graphic novels in their current classroomcurriculum.

 

Starting Small ArtExhibit

November7th – December 1st

9:00a.m.- 5:00p.m.

TwainTippetts Exhibition Hall

Free

Collectedby old and new, ‘Starting Small’ showcases USU student collections curated bycurrent students. The exhibit illustrates the diversity of art and itscollection through the eyes of independent students. Four Utah State students,Trissta Lyman, Megan Mitchell, Brady Mathews and Megan Evans, are curating theexhibit and gathering artwork from other student’s private collections. Anopening reception will be held Nov. 11 from 5-7 p.m. in the Tippetts ExhibitHall.

 

College Night at Chick Fil A

5:00p.m.-9:00p.m.

Buy a #1 meal and get a #1 meal free withyour student ID! Every Tuesday night.

 

Going Places Exhibit

Dailyat 11:00a.m.-6:00p.m. from November 10th – January 7th

BrighamCity Museum: 24 North 300 West, Brigham City, UT 84302

Carriages— not cars — once ruled the road. These forerunners of automobiles and truckswere absolutely essential to American life in the 1800s. Carriages came in anamazing assortment of sizes, shapes, and finishes, from the buckboard phaetonto the sidebar buggy to the booby hut.
Some of the forerunners of the automobile can be seen in the national travelingexhibition Going Places at the Brigham City Museum-Gallery Nov. 10 through Jan.7, including Nov. 25, the day after Thanksgiving. Going Places explores theculture, evolution, and eventual demise of horse-drawn transportation, from theearly nineteenth century, through the industrial revolution, and into the 1900sand the dawn of the automobile age.
The museum is located in the lower level of the Brigham City Community Centerat 24 North 300 West. The entrance is on the west side. Hours are 11 a.m. to 6p.m. Tuesday through Friday and 1 to 5 p.m. Saturday. Admission is free. Forfurther information, please phone (435) 226-1439 or visitwww.brighamcitymuseum.org.
The exhibition was funded by the Utah Humanities Council, the NationalEndowment for the Humanities, and the Mid-America Arts Alliance. The UtahHumanities Council (UHC) enriches our cultural, intellectual, and civic life byproviding opportunities for all Utahns to explore life’s most engagingquestions and the wonders of the human experience.

 

Holiday Hours at GlobalVillage Gifts Begin

GlobalVillage Gifts

146North 100 East

StartingNovember 14 and continuing through December 31, Global Village Gifts will beopen Monday through Friday from noon to 6:00 p.m. and Saturday 10:00 a.m. to6:00 p.m. They will be closed Thanksgiving and will close at 4:00 on December24 and 31.

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