What's going on around campus? 12/5-12/11

Tips from the A-Team

 

Take breaks duringstudying!

Asyou study for your finals, remember to take a few breaks and enjoy some of theholiday activities on campus.  Whilefinals can be a stressful time, remember the big picture.  You are here to learn and grow as a person.  Sometimes a hectic finals week can be thewake-up call you need to study more next semester.

 

 

 

 

 

 

Monday 12/05

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 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.

Cache Shoes 4 Kids

Daily7:00a.m. from Nov. 15th– Dec. 16th

ComprehensiveTreatment Clinic 40 W. Cache Valley # 10 A

Weare heading up a project to help the disadvantaged youth in Cache county andSmithfield School Districts who cannot afford a pair of shoes, to get a newpair. The project is called “Cache Shoes 4 Kids” and is being held inconjunction with Payless shoesource. This time of year we are mindful offamilies who lack the resources for the basic needs: a good, durable pair ofshoes. We ask that you find in your pocketbook to make a small donation to thisgreat cause. We will start collecting donations now until Friday, December17th. There will be donation cans throughout the community, or checks can bemailed directly to Cache shoes 4 kids and mailed to 40 W. Cache Valley Blvd. #10 A Logan, Utah 84321. Also, donations are also being collected directly atCache Valley Bank at both their locations and the payless Store at 2105 N. Mainin Logan.
We look forward to your support. Please feel free to call us with any questionsor concerns you may have(435).787.2272

 

Screening for SensoryTest

AllDay

NDFS200

Weare looking for participants for our next Sensory test that will be held nextsemester. If you are willing to participate, please stop by the NDFS Departmentbetween November 18 and Dec 20 and fill out a questionnaire. We will give afree ice-cream coupon for your participation. If you have questions, send me ane-mail: Food.Taste.USU@gmail.com

 

Parade of GingerbreadHomes

The12th Annual Historic Downtown Logan “Parade of Gingerbread Homes” isa contest that displays gingerbread house entries at downtown businesses fromDecember 2nd through December 30th.

Thepublic is invited to vote for their favorite Gingerbread House beginningDecember 2nd through December 16th. Each entry will have a chance to win one ofthree $100 Grand Prizes for the “Best of Show.”

Thegingerbread homes will be on display at Anderson’s Seed and Garden, The BeehiveGrill, The Book Table, Center Street Salon, Coppin’s Hallmark, The DiamondGallery, Indian Oven, Life Style Homes, Peewee’s Sweets, SE Needham, TheSportsman, Stork Landing, and U&I Furniture.

 

USU’s Biggest LoserCompetition

AllDay

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$25- Students. $35 – Everyone Else. $45 – Couples

Comejoin in the third annual USU’s Biggest Loser Competition. 20 contestants willcompete to earn points and win amazing prizes! This 9-week competition willconsist of weekly workout activities and health lectures to promote healthyliving. Applications are available in the Service Center (TSC 332) or byrequest via email: aggiehealth@aggiemail.usu.edu. APPLICATIONS ARE DUE BYDECEMBER 9. Competition starts January 16.

 

Festival of Trees

10:00a.m.-9:00p.m.Dec. 5th– Dec. 9th.

TSCInternational Lounge

Comelook at an amazing display of artificial trees decorated for the Holidayseason. All of the donated trees will then go to families in need all over thevalley. Make sure you check us out throughout the week for the opportunity toget free drinks, snacks, and for fun activities!

 

Distracted, Drunk,Drugged, and Drowsy Driving Awareness Week

AllDay Dec. 5th– Dec. 9th

TSCBallroom

Joinus in preventing distracted driving, a serious issue that puts the lives ofothers in danger. Visit our display across from the TSC Ballroom to read truestories about individuals who have been killed by distracted drivers. Handoutsand information on how you can make a difference will be provided.

 

Flutes and Voices

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

PerformanceHall

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

TheUSU Women’s Choir and Flute Choir will present ‘Flutes and Voices.’ Thecombined flute choirs will perform works such as Mozart’s ‘Magic FluteOverture,’ ‘Miniature Overture,’ ‘Chinese Dance’ and “Dance of the Mirlitons”from Tchaikovsky’s ‘Nutcracker Suite. ‘The USU Women’s Choir adds a vocal touchto this program with music by American composers, Z. Randall Stroope, JohnLeavitt, Eric Whitacre and Utah’s own Bernell Hales and Mack Wilberg.

 

Tuesday12/06

 

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 to advanced oil painting for children ages 6 toAdults. New students are always welcome, first class is free. Adult ClassSchedule: Tuesday from 6-7 p.m. $10 per hour/$15 supply fee. Drop-ins welcomeanytime. 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 atChick Fil A

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

Buya #1 meal and get a #1 meal free with your student ID! Every Tuesday night.

 

Festival of Trees

10:00a.m.-9:00p.m.Dec. 5th– Dec. 9th.

TSCInternational Lounge

Comelook at an amazing display of artificial trees decorated for the Holidayseason. All of the donated trees will then go to families in need all over thevalley. Make sure you check us out throughout the week for the opportunity toget free drinks, snacks, and for fun activities!

 

Distracted, Drunk,Drugged, and Drowsy Driving Awareness Week

AllDay Dec. 5th– Dec. 9th

TSCBallroom

Joinus in preventing distracted driving, a serious issue that puts the lives ofothers in danger. Visit our display across from the TSC Ballroom to read truestories about individuals who have been killed by distracted drivers. Handoutsand information on how you can make a difference will be provided.

 

Facing Facebook Fears

12:30p.m.-1:30p.m.

EcclesConference Center Room 205

TheUniversity Inn & Conference Center presents a free series of lunch timeseminars open to the public, with topics focused on our commitment to lifelonglearning. December 6 features “Facing Facebook Fears — Making sense ofsocial networking.” The session covers: privacy concerns vs. benefits;easy steps to basic account settings customized to you; how to post: photos,links, updates; how to control: personal info, check-ins, tagging; who and whento “Like” – Groups vs. Pages vs. Friends; ready – set – connect! (withconfidence). Speaker: Nancy Williams, Social Media Club of Cache Valley emeritaassistant professor, Department of Journalism & Communication, Utah StateUniversity.

 

Stress Management andSelf Care Workshop

12:30p.m.-2:00p.m.

TSC310 B

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. Workshops are FREE and will beheld in a CAPS group TSC room 310 or 310B. Seating is limited. Contact us at797-1012 or stop by TSC 306 to reserve your seat.

 

The Bully ProjectFilm Screening and Q&A Session

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

TSCAuditorium

TheBully Project examines America’s bullying problem and follows five kids andfamilies over the course of a school year. Stories include two families whohave lost children to suicide and a mother awaiting the fate of her 14-year-olddaughter who has been incarcerated after bringing a gun on her school bus. Withan intimate glimpse into homes, classrooms, cafeterias and principals’ offices,the film offers insight into the often cruel world of the lives of bulliedchildren. The film screening will be followed by a Q&A session with a panelof experts and professionals in the area. This event is sponsored by the Centerfor Women and Gender.

 

Men’s Basketball vs.Utah Valley

7:05p.m.

Deeglen Smith Spectrum

Comecheer on the Aggies!

 

Study Abroad inJordan Information Session
3:30-4:30p.m.

OldMain 119

Learnabout how to Study Abroad in Jordan this Summer 2012
(Arabic Language)

Wednesday12/07

 

Freshman De-stressFest

Startsat 8:00p.m.

Dancestarts at 8:30p.m.

TSCBallroom

Freefood and aggie water bottles for the first 1,000 people!

 

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/Paintingfrom USU Art Guild

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

ChaseFine Arts Center

Wewill be holding weekly figure study sessions for students and community membersthat would like to practice work with the human figure. The cost of eachsession is $5.00 or $40.00 for the whole 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!!!

 

Festival of Trees

10:00a.m.-9:00p.m.Dec. 5th– Dec. 9th.

TSCInternational Lounge

Comelook at an amazing display of artificial trees decorated for the Holidayseason. All of the donated trees will then go to families in need all over thevalley. Make sure you check us out throughout the week for the opportunity toget free drinks, snacks, and for fun activities!

 

Distracted, Drunk,Drugged, and Drowsy Driving Awareness Week

AllDay Dec. 5th– Dec. 9th

TSCBallroom

Joinus in preventing distracted driving, a serious issue that puts the lives ofothers in danger. Visit our display across from the TSC Ballroom to read truestories about individuals who have been killed by distracted drivers. Handoutsand information on how you can make a difference will be provided.

 

Almut Vollmer,Doctoral Dissertation Defense, Department of Biology, USU

9:30a.m.

Biology& Natural Resources building room 202a

Dissertationtitle ~ “Biochemical Characterization of SAC9, a Putative PhosphoinositidePhosphatase in Arabidopsis thaliana, and Its Role in CellularMorphogenesis.” Refreshments will be served at 9:15 a.m.

 

InterpersonalEffectiveness Workshop

10:00a.m.-11:30a.m.

TSC310

InterpersonalEffectiveness – Increase your ability to set boundaries with others, to makerequests, and to be more effective in getting your objectives met ininterpersonal interactions while maintaining your self-respect. 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.

 

Effective CopingWorkshop

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

TSC310

EffectiveCoping – This workshop is designed to help students cope more effectively withthe challenges of college: Attitudes, Assumptions and Emotions Participantswill diagram thoughts and feelings and the importance of recognizing basicneeds in order to meet these needs constructively. 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. Workshops are FREE and will beheld in a CAPS group TSC room 310 or 310B. Seating is limited. Contact us at797-1012 or stop by TSC 306 to reserve your seat.

 

Innovation Idol:Superhero Edition

6:00p.m.-7:30p.m.

LeonardoAfter Hours is back with “Innovation Idol: Superhero Edition,” the inauguralAfter Hours event held inside The Leonardo, Utah’s newest museum. On Wednesday,Dec. 7, four fantastic entrepreneurial innovators will assemble in the hallowedhalls of The Leonardo to battle it out for the coveted title of “InnovationIdol.” Contestants will have just seven minutes to demonstrate their innovations,and persuade the panel of expert judges and audience members that their ideadeserves the title—as well as a $500 cash prize. Each contestant represents asuper-heroic innovation with the potential to save lives, increase safety, andimprove quality of life for thousands and even millions of people. Where: TheLeonardo, 209 East 500 South Leonardo After Hours is a joint production by TheLeonardo and the Utah Science Technology and Research Initiative (USTAR).

 

Movie Night with“Fight the New Drug”

TSC3rd Floor

Themovie will be held on the 3rd floor in the TSC next to the Student ServiceCenter (by the ping pong tables). What is “Fight the New Drug?” checkit out at Come join us and other members of the USU Chapter of Fight the NewDrug. We are trying to get as many people as we can to come so bring a date ora friend or come alone and make some new friends. This will be a goodopportunity to meet the officers and learn what you can do to get involved.There are some awesome events coming up next semester and we are going to needsome volunteers. http://www.facebook.com/pages/Aggie-Fighters/143991728997612

 

Nature Night

4:00p.m.-7:00p.m.

StokesNature Center: 2696 East Highway 89 Logan Canyon, UT

JoinStokes Nature Center on the first Wednesday of every month for family-friendlynature fun! We’ll keep our doors open late and provide a chance to explore andlearn with a different theme each month. Activities are ongoing, drop inanytime. All ages are welcome.

 

Study Abroad in theDominican Republic Information Session
2:30-3:30p.m.

OldMain 227

Learnabout how to Study Abroad in the Dominican Republic this Summer 2012
(Spanish Language)

Thursday12/08

 

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,and the general public. Pre-register at the ORP. 435-797-3264.

 

Pickleville’s 12.25Christmas Show

EcclesConference Center, Utah State University

$16Adults, $12 Children

PicklevilleChristmas is back again, now more hilarious than ever. Written by T.J. Davis,this unique, family-fun show will light the fire of Christmas under any”Grinchified-Scroogie-Bum” in town and is sure to become one of yourfavorite Holiday traditions for years to come.

PerformanceDates: December 1-3, 8-10, 15-17, 19, 23 (Two shows on the 23rd,matinee at 1:30p.m.)

 

Festival of Trees

10:00a.m.-9:00p.m.Dec. 5th– Dec. 9th.

TSCInternational Lounge

Comelook at an amazing display of artificial trees decorated for the Holidayseason. All of the donated trees will then go to families in need all over thevalley. Make sure you check us out throughout the week for the opportunity toget free drinks, snacks, and for fun activities!

 

Distracted, Drunk,Drugged, and Drowsy Driving Awareness Week

AllDay Dec. 5th– Dec. 9th

TSCBallroom

Joinus in preventing distracted driving, a serious issue that puts the lives ofothers in danger. Visit our display across from the TSC Ballroom to read truestories about individuals who have been killed by distracted drivers. Handoutsand information on how you can make a difference will be provided.

 

Why Should I CareCampaign: Kerry Gibson for Agriculture

2:30p.m.-4:30p.m.

TSCAuditorium

Haveyou ever wondered why it’s even important to care about politics, laws, currentevents, or civics? Why should you care about what a bunch of crookedpoliticians are up to if it doesn’t affect you?
The “Why Should I Care?” Campaign is answering these questions andmore throughout the year. Come listen to Weber County Commissioner ofAgriculture, Kerry Gibson talk about political awareness in the field ofAgriculture.

 

Living in WildlifeHabitat – Winter Range Survival

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

SwanerEcoCenter

Mostof Park City and our surrounding areas are designated as crucial winter habitatfor many species. As snow gets deep and animals move into lower winter range,our backyards and luscious landscape can be key attractions for winter browserssuch as moose, elk and deer. DWR Habitat Biologist Mark Farmer will offerinformation about the pros and cons of feeding wildlife and how to protect yourlandscape from permanent damage. sally@swanerecocenter.org

 

Symphonie Fantastique

7:30PMto 9:30PM

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

‘SymphonieFantastique,’ composed by Hector Berlioz, is one of the most representativeearly Romantic works,” said Sergio Bernal, USU Symphony Orchestra musicaldirector. According to Berlioz, the symphony tells the story of an artistgifted with a lively imagination who has poisoned himself with opium in thedepths of despair because of hopeless love.

 

Twentieth Century

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

ChaseFine Arts Center, Morgan Theatre

$13general admission, $10 senior and youth, $8 faculty and staff, Free for USUstudents w/ID

Setin two 1930s luxury drawing rooms and the observation lounge of the TwentiethCentury Limited train, a flamboyant theatre producer, Oscar Jaffe, is trying toconvince his old flame, Lily Garland, to sign an acting contract. Meanwhile,Oscar is doing his best to ward off a would-be playwright, Lily’s boyfriend, aproducer and a religious fanatic, among others, on the train as he attempts toseal a deal with Lily.

 

Eclipse Live inConcert

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

TSCBallroom

FREE

Comelisten to the A’Capella group Eclipse sing some of the songs of the season! Agreat night for family and friends to get together to feel the spirit of theHolidays.

http://www.facebook.com/events/120560238055565/?ref=ts

 

Friday 12/09

 

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/

 

Pickleville’s 12.25Christmas Show

EcclesConference Center, Utah State University

$16Adults, $12 Children

PicklevilleChristmas is back again, now more hilarious than ever. Written by T.J. Davis,this unique, family-fun show will light the fire of Christmas under any”Grinchified-Scroogie-Bum” in town and is sure to become one of yourfavorite Holiday traditions for years to come.

PerformanceDates: December 1-3, 8-10, 15-17, 19, 23 (Two shows on the 23rd,matinee at 1:30p.m.)

 

Parade of GingerbreadHomes

The12th Annual Historic Downtown Logan “Parade of Gingerbread Homes” isa contest that displays gingerbread house entries at downtown businesses fromDecember 2nd through December 30th.

Thepublic is invited to vote for their favorite Gingerbread House beginningDecember 2nd through December 16th. Each entry will have a chance to win one ofthree $100 Grand Prizes for the “Best of Show.”

Thegingerbread homes will be on display at Anderson’s Seed and Garden, The BeehiveGrill, The Book Table, Center Street Salon, Coppin’s Hallmark, The DiamondGallery, Indian Oven, Life Style Homes, Peewee’s Sweets, SE Needham, TheSportsman, Stork Landing, and U&I Furniture. www.logandowntown.org

 

Festival of Trees

10:00a.m.-9:00p.m.Dec. 5th– Dec. 9th.

TSCInternational Lounge

Comelook at an amazing display of artificial trees decorated for the Holidayseason. All of the donated trees will then go to families in need all over thevalley. Make sure you check us out throughout the week for the opportunity toget free drinks, snacks, and for fun activities!

 

Distracted, Drunk,Drugged, and Drowsy Driving Awareness Week

AllDay Dec. 5th– Dec. 9th

TSCBallroom

Joinus in preventing distracted driving, a serious issue that puts the lives ofothers in danger. Visit our display across from the TSC Ballroom to read truestories about individuals who have been killed by distracted drivers. Handoutsand information on how you can make a difference will be provided.

 

Twentieth Century

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

ChaseFine Arts Center, Morgan Theatre

$13general admission, $10 senior and youth, $8 faculty and staff, Free for USUstudents w/ID

Setin two 1930s luxury drawing rooms and the observation lounge of the TwentiethCentury Limited train, a flamboyant theatre producer, Oscar Jaffe, is trying toconvince his old flame, Lily Garland, to sign an acting contract. Meanwhile,Oscar is doing his best to ward off a would-be playwright, Lily’s boyfriend, aproducer and a religious fanatic, among others, on the train as he attempts toseal a deal with Lily.

 

Live Nativity at theMorgan Farm

5:30p.m.-9:00p.m.

MorganFarm / 2800 South 800 West / Nibley, UT

OneCanned Food Item or $2 per person/$10 per family

Adepiction of the birth of Christ in an early 20th century barn stable with liveactors and animals such as Moses the Camel, donkeys, sheep and other farm andexotic animals. We have fire barrels and a hot chocolate concession to helpkeep you warm. We offer a horse drawn hay wagon ride from the south side of ElkHorn park Parking Lot to and from the farm. There is closer parking for thosewho have trouble walking to far. The venue is wheelchair and stroller accessible.

 

Saturday 12/10

 

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

 

Pickleville’s 12.25Christmas Show

EcclesConference Center, Utah State University

$16Adults, $12 Children

PicklevilleChristmas is back again, now more hilarious than ever. Written by T.J. Davis,this unique, family-fun show will light the fire of Christmas under any”Grinchified-Scroogie-Bum” in town and is sure to become one of yourfavorite Holiday traditions for years to come.

PerformanceDates: December 1-3, 8-10, 15-17, 19, 23 (Two shows on the 23rd,matinee at 1:30p.m.)

 

Holiday Open House

10:00a.m.-4:00p.m.

SwanerEcoCenter

Free

Kickingoff our annual Holiday Boutique, Swaner will hold an open house for familiesand guests of all ages. We will have the climbing wall open, crafts to make,snowshoe tours, hot chocolate, hot cider, holiday treats and much more! We’llalso be unveiling new youth education programs and volunteer opportunities. Socome experience all that’s happening at Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter!

 

Holiday Boutique

10:00a.m.

HolidayOpen House at Swaner EcoCenter. Kicking off our annual Holiday Boutique, Swanerwill hold an open house for families and guests of all ages. We will have theclimbing wall open, crafts to make, snow shoe tours, hot chocolate, hot cider,holiday treats and much more. Check the Swaner website for more details: www.swanerecocenter.org.

 

Gymnastics Blue andWhite Exhibition

1:00p.m.

HPERBuilding

 

Pre-Game Event atWichita State

6:00p.m.

Pre-gameevent free, game tickets $28.00

 

TheWichita State Alumni Association has invited Utah State Alumni to a pre-gameevent at the Charles Koch Arena Preferred Health Systems practice gym at 6 pm.

 

Twentieth Century

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

ChaseFine Arts Center, Morgan Theatre

$13general admission, $10 senior and youth, $8 faculty and staff, Free for USUstudents w/ID

Setin two 1930s luxury drawing rooms and the observation lounge of the TwentiethCentury Limited train, a flamboyant theatre producer, Oscar Jaffe, is trying toconvince his old flame, Lily Garland, to sign an acting contract. Meanwhile,Oscar is doing his best to ward off a would-be playwright, Lily’s boyfriend, aproducer and a religious fanatic, among others, on the train as he attempts toseal a deal with Lily.

 

True Aggie Night

11:45p.m.-1:00a.m.

TheQuad, by the A

Wheneverthe full moon arrives, so does Student Alumni and True Aggie Night! Be at the’A’ just before midnight. Wear your SAA shirt and get a “fast pass”to the front of the line. To become a True Aggie, you must kiss someone whoalready is one. Everyone come!

 

Indoor Triathlon 1

10:00a.m.

Thisrace is part of USU’s Big Blue Race Series. Come join the fun!

http://www.usu.edu/camprec/htm/big-blue-race-series

 

Sunday12/11

 

Screening for SensoryTest

AllDay

November18- December 20

NDFS200

Weare looking for participants for our next Sensory test that will be held nextsemester. If you are willing to participate, please stop by the NDFS Departmentbetween November 18 and Dec 20 and fill out a questionnaire. We will give afree ice-cream coupon for your participation. If you have questions, send me ane-mail: Food.Taste.USU@gmail.com

 

USU’s Biggest LoserCompetition

AllDay

TSC332

$25- Students. $35 – Everyone Else. $45 – Couples

Comejoin in the third annual USU’s Biggest Loser Competition. 20 contestants willcompete to earn points and win amazing prizes! This 9-week competition willconsist of weekly workout activities and health lectures to promote healthyliving. Applications are available in the Service Center (TSC 332) or byrequest via email: aggiehealth@aggiemail.usu.edu. APPLICATIONS ARE DUE BYDECEMBER 9. Competition starts January 16.

 

Parade of GingerbreadHomes

The12th Annual Historic Downtown Logan “Parade of Gingerbread Homes” isa contest that displays gingerbread house entries at downtown businesses fromDecember 2nd through December 30th.

Thepublic is invited to vote for their favorite Gingerbread House beginningDecember 2nd through December 16th. Each entry will have a chance to win one ofthree $100 Grand Prizes for the “Best of Show.”

Thegingerbread homes will be on display at Anderson’s Seed and Garden, The BeehiveGrill, The Book Table, Center Street Salon, Coppin’s Hallmark, The DiamondGallery, Indian Oven, Life Style Homes, Peewee’s Sweets, SE Needham, TheSportsman, Stork Landing, and U&I Furniture. www.logandowntown.org

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