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05Mar2015

Student Alumni Assoiation Executive Applications

It is that time of year again, applications are available…

05Mar2015

Volunteer to be a judge for Bridgerland Science and Engineering Fair!

The science fair will take place Saturday, March 21,…

05Mar2015

Annual Spring Book Sale

Take your mind on spring break for only 25 cents! The…

05Mar2015

Mountain Lion! The Story of Pumas and People

The exhibition blends science, history, and art to…

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Access & Diversity Center Events

The Access & Diversity Center (ADC) invites you to come and participate with us in a wide variety of events, activities, discussions, and workshops this academic year. For more information regarding upcoming events, please contact our office

January

  • 20: It's Not Over: Martin Luther King, Jr. Candlelight Vigil
    6-7:30 pm, USU Taggart Student Cnter Ballroom
  • 22: Miss American Indian USU Pageant
    Taggart Student Center Ballroom

Frebruary

  • 21: Night of Soul (Black Student Union)
    Taggart Student Center Ballroom
  • 27: Powwow (Native American Student Council)
    Grand entry 7 pm, Nelson Fieldhouse
  • 28: Powwow (Native American Student Council)
    Grand entry 12 pm & 6 pm, Nelson Fieldhouse

March

  • 18: Free Film Screening: Up Heartbreak Hill (Native American Student Council)
    Taggart Student Center Ballroom
  • 20: Speak Easy (LIFE)
  • 21: Luau (Polynesian Student Union)
    Taggart Student Center Ballroom
  • 28 & 28: LSU Soccer Tournament
    Quad Side, Time TBA
  • 31: Mental Health is No Joke: Keynote Speaker Alexis Jones
    6-7:30 pm, Taggart Student Center Ballroom

April

  • 1: Mental Health is No Joke: Workshop Series
    11 am - 1 pm, Merrill-Cazier Livrary Room 101
  • 2: Mental Health is No Joke: Cultural Perspectives on Mental Health Fair
    Taggart Student Center, International and Sunburst Lounges
  • 17: Day of Silence (LIFE)
    Taggart Student Center, International and Sunburst Lounges
  • 21: Speaker: Arnold Thomas, MSW (Native American Social Worker and Spiritual Leader)
    University Inn Room 507