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Sunday, March 23

8:00 am - 12:00 am    Call for Entries: Radiant or Ravaged Photo Exhibition

Exhibit / Other

USU photography students, partnered with the Bear River Watershed Council, have issued a call for entries for their upcoming photo exhibit on the Bear River watershed. They are asking photographers to look for images that portray the "Radiant" beauty or "Ravaged" impacts of the watershed, and submit them for an exhibit in April. They hope to engage both amateur and professional photographers to take a close look at our local watershed with a different eye. Not only to see the beauty, but also to look for impacts of human activities that may not be beneficial to the environment, the watershed, or human health. The exhibit will be hung at the Thatcher-Young Mansion in Logan, Utah, from April 11 through Earth Day, April 22. There will be both an opening and closing reception. Prints will be accepted April 4, and will be juried by Utah State University assistant professor of photography Carsten Meier and professional fine art and nature photographer Howie Garber.

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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

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11:00 am - 2:00 pm    Softball vs. Colorado State

Athletics / Athletics

Softball vs. Colorado State

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12:05 pm - 3:30 pm    Heathen Sunday

Cultural / Other

Join us at the Quadside Cafe (located in the USU library) for a warm cup of coffee, stimulating conversation, and cheerful company. This Sunday get ready too discuss the cosmos by Neil Degrass Tyson as he pays tribute to the original series by Carl Sagan. We'd love to see you. Stop by anytime from noon to 4 p.m. It's always great to meet new people and to expand our social circle. Feel free to invite an awesome friend whom you think would be a good fit to this tradition. FYI, this group is a great social support; and it consists of skeptics, scientists, secular humanists, Catholics, pagans, Mormons, post-Mormons, agnostics, atheists, academicians and ancient alien enthusiasts ;), etc. Although, any and all are welcome, we often discuss religious topics. Such discussions are safe and open to whomever, yet If you can't be open to others' beliefs, then this event is probably not for you.

Merrill-Cazier Library, More Info