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Monday, October 21

9:00 am - 12:00 am    Blind Hollow Yurt Reservations

Student Activities / Campus Recreation

The Blind Hollow Yurt Reservations are open to everyone! Current full-time USU students will have first priority for reservations. The majority of weekends are full, but we still have plenty of week days available for reservation! For more information visit orp.usu.edu.

Outdoor Recreation Center, More Info


10:00 am - 11:00 am    Little Naturalist: Story Time at Swaner

Lecture & Readings / Other

Little Naturalists is a program that helps 3-5 year olds learn about and explore the natural world. October 21: Pumpkin Soup by Helen Cooper and From Seed to Pumpkin by Wendy Pfeffer. Decorate a pumpkin. Pre-registration for each program appreciated, but not required. $2 per family per program, or buy a $15 punch card good for 8 programs (only one punch card required per family). For more information or to register, please contact Katherine Veeder at 435-797-8942 or Katherine.veeder@usu.edu.

Swaner EcoCenter, More Info


10:00 am - 4:00 pm    Annual Graduate Art Exhibition

Arts & Entertainment / Caine College of the Arts

It's that time of year again, for the annual Graduate Art Exhibition in Gallery 102 of the Chase Fine Arts Center. Come see what the graduate students have been working on and meet the artists at their opening reception on Friday, Oct. 25, from 4-6 p.m. This exhibit is free and open to the public.

Chase Fine Arts Center, More Info


10:00 am - 5:00 pm    a + T = I Squared Exhibition

Arts & Entertainment / Caine College of the Arts

Artist + Teacher = Inspiration Squared is an exhibit featuring teachers who are also practicing artists. This exhibit is held in the Tippetts Exhibit Hall, open Monday through Friday from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m., and is free & open to the public. -

Twain Tippetts Exhibition Hall, More Info


1:00 pm - 2:00 pm    BRIDGES (Building Relationships In Diversity Groups: Exploration and Support)

Meeting / Access & Diversity Center

The BRIDGES is a drop-in support group that is designed to provide a safe place for all multicultural and international students to share their thoughts and feelings with other students who may be having similar experiences. Students are free to discuss a variety of issues on campus or in society, such as: culture, race, ethnicity, identity,relationships, challenges, successes, etc. Staff from CAPS and the Access & Diversity Center lead discussions about topics that multicultural students bring up, and everyone can gain insight from and give support to their peers in a setting that is casual and confidential.

Taggart Student Center, More Info