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Thursday, November 1

Program Notes for "War and the Human Heart" Concert on Nov. 3


As part of the University's series of events commemorating the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, the American Festival Chorus will be performing a special concert, "War and the Human Heart." This program will communicate in music, words and film, what a veteran's experience is really like. Notes for all the pieces on the concert program are on display in the lobby of the Daines Concert Hall so you can learn more about the background of the music being performed. Visit http://www.americanfestivalchorus.org/performance/2018/war-and-human-heart for more details.

11/01 at 8:00 am | Chase Fine Arts Center, Daines Concert Hall | More Info

World War I Aviators and Immigration


As part of the University's commemoration of the Armistice Day Centenary, the Museum of Anthropology will feature a student-created exhibit about World War I Aviators and Immigration.

11/01 at 9:00 am | Anthropology Museum | More Info

Resting on Opposite Edges of the World: A Look at Pioneers and the Storytelling of My Antonia


As part of the University's commemoration of the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, the Museum of Anthropology is featuring a student-developed exhibit that ties in with Logan Library's "community reading" of the 1918 novel "My Antonia". See http://library.loganutah.org/local/events/Event.cfm?Event=%3Cb%3EMy%20Antonia:%20a%20Book%20Discussion%3C/b%3E for more information.

11/01 at 9:00 am | Anthropology Museum | More Info

USU at War


As part of the University's series of events commemorating the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, the Merrill-Cazier Library will display photographs and other materials showing what life was like on campus during the First World War.

11/01 at 9:00 am | Merrill-Cazier Library | More Info

For Freedoms: Fifty States Exhibit


Since 2016, For Freedoms has produced exhibitions, town hall meetings, billboards and public art to spur greater participation in civic life.

This year, we launch The 50 State Initiative, a new phase of programming from September through December 2018 during the lead-up to the midterm elections. Building off of the existing artistic infrastructure in the United States, For Freedoms has developed a network of artists and institutional partners who will produce nationwide public art installations, exhibitions and local community dialogues in order to inject nuanced, artistic thinking into public discourse. Centered around the vital work of artists, we hope that these exhibitions and related projects will model how arts institutions can become civic forums for action and discussion of values, place, and patriotism.

11/01 at 9:00 am | Chase Fine Arts Center | More Info

The Art and Science of Arachnids

Exhibition | Home, Family, and Food

Turn your fear into FASCINATION!

Explore the largest arachnid exhibit in the United States and discover the connections between arachnids and literature, art, folklore, paleontology, science, and history. The Art and Science of Arachnids features 100 live arachnids and exciting hands-on activities, experiments, and play. During its time at the Swaner Preserve and EcoCenter, this exhibit will be available to read and listen to in both Spanish and English!

11/01 at 10:00 am | Swaner EcoCenter | More Info

Panel Discussion: "Lessons Learned? Media and the Great War a Century Later"


As part of the week-long series of events commemorating the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day, the Dept. of Journalism and Communications presents Thomas Terry, Professor, USU Department of Journalism & Communication, Matthew LaPlante, Associate Professor, USU Department of Journalism & Communication, Debra Jenson, Assistant Professor, USU Department of Journalism & Communication, Ellada Gamreklidze, Postdoc, USU Department of Journalism & Communication, Andrew Kramer, Correspondent, The New York Times in a panel discussing how war journalism has evolved in the past 100 years.

11/01 at 10:30 am | Merrill-Cazier Library | More Info

Schooled in War: The Great War and the transformation of Utah Agricultural College

Panel Discussion/Presentation

In connection with the University's series of events commemorating the Armistice Day Centenary, this presentation to the Utah Division of State History will look back at how the "war to end all wars" impacted Utah through the lens of the UAC and Cache Valley. While enlistment frenzies drained the campus of men and left female students preparing to form a "Legion of Death" in case of German invasion, civilians on the home front dealt with anti-German sentiment, an influx of outsiders training at the newly-expanded college, and the devastation of the influenza epidemic. Visit https://heritage.utah.gov/history/programs-history/historical-society/wwi-events for additional information.

11/01 at 12:00 pm | More Info

Brown Bag:Briana Bowen

Panel Discussion/Presentation

Memories of War and Perceptions of Threat: Facing Asymmetric Warfare 100 Years after the Armistice

As part of the week-long celebrations for the anniversary of armistice, the Center for Women and Gender has teamed up with Briana Bowen from USU’s Center for Anticipatory Intelligence. The talk will explore how the armistice that brought a close to World War I in 1918 is remembered very differently in the United Kingdom and Western Europe than it is in the United States. Bring your sack lunch and join us for a journey about the divergence and suggests lessons the US might bear learning from the other side of the Atlantic. Coffee, Tea, and water provided

11/01 at 12:00 pm | Merrill-Cazier Library | More Info

Conversation Meeting: War and Armistice Day Week Theme


The French Club will host Conversation Meeting: War and Armistice Day Week Theme. All levels welcome.

11/01 at 12:30 pm | Merrill-Cazier Library | More Info

Music in World War I


Dr. Regina Sweeney from Dickinson College will guest teach a class on the music of World War I.

11/01 at 1:30 pm | Old Main | More Info

Armistice Day Centennial Talk: Brynja Kohler


In commemoration of the 100th anniversary of Armistice Day and the end of World War I, Utah State University colleges, departments and units are offering an array of events and activities during the first two weeks of November.

Brynja Kohler, associate professor in USU's Department of Mathematics and Statistics, presents the talk, "A Glimpse into the History of Biological Warfare and the Mathematics Used to Stop Diseases," on Thursday, Nov. 1, from 1:30-3 pm in Huntsman Hall on the USU Logan campus.

Admission is free and all are welcome.

Dr. Kohler's talk is one of three lectures presented by the Department of Mathematics and Statistics. Others are:

Friday, Nov. 2: Jim Cangelosi, Carnegie Professor, presents "Winning the Peace with a Secretive, Invaluable Boost from the Prostitution of Prime Numbers," from 1-3 pm in Huntsman Hall, Room 170.

Friday, Nov. 2: Dave Brown, associate department head and professor, presents "Game Theory and the Arms Race: Modeling a Game No One Wins" from 4-5 pm in Huntsman Hall, Room 170.

For more information, contact the USU Department of Mathematics and Statistics at 435-797-2809.

11/01 at 1:30 pm | Huntsman Hall | More Info

Group meditation


Utah State University's mediation club meets Thursdays on the third floor of the Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) for group mediation from 1:30-2:30PM*. All are welcome.

The club does not meet on USU holidays (e.g. November 22). On September 27th, the meditation club will meet on the quad near the Geology building to conduct a walking meditation.

For more information or to receive weekly updates, please contact usumeditationclub@gmail.com

11/01 at 1:30 pm | Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) | More Info

Communitas Lecture Series: Cecilia Fajardo-Hill


Cecilia Fajardo-Hill is a British/Venezuelan art historian and curator in modern and contemporary art, currently based in Southern California. Fajardo-Hill has a PhD in Art History from the University of Essex, England, and an MA in 20th Century Art History from the Courtauld Institute of Art, London, England.

11/01 at 5:00 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall | More Info

Lecture by Dr. Philip Barlow: 'The Real True Absolute Ultimate Last Lecture'


History professor Philip Barlow, who holds the Leonard J. Arrington Chair of Mormon Culture and History, will present his final lecture before he retired at the end of 2018. Reception to follow. Open to the public and free of charge

11/01 at 5:00 pm | David B. Haight Center | More Info

Aggie Heroes

Special Event

This event, hosted by Aggies Think. Care. Act and USUSA, is aimed at hearing stories from Aggies of diverse backgrounds and identities to promote inclusion across our campus. Some stories may be inspirational; some may be deeply personal. This event is held to foster appreciation for our differences and similarities as Aggies. Doors open at 5:30, refreshments will be served. Our speakers this year are Kennedy Murdock, Koralene Tapoof, Sami Ahmed, Claire Harrison and Benson Ambrose.

11/01 at 5:30 pm | TSC, Evan N. Stevenson Ballroom | More Info

USU Baja Design and Fabrication


We meet weekly to design and build the one-man buggy used for the SAE Mini Baja competition. We will be providing tutorials for Solidworks and hands-on experience in the Metal Factory.
Come Ready to Join a Sub-team and get actively involved.
This is the base of a career in automotive and off-road and a great way to build design and fabrication skills.

11/01 at 6:30 pm | Utah State University Campus | More Info

USU men's basketball vs Evergreen State College


USU's first home basketball game of the season. Watch Coach Craig Smith in his debut as the new head coach of the Aggies. Exhibition game vs Evergreen State College. Come be a part of the Spectrum magic!

11/01 at 7:00 pm | Dee Glen Smith Spectrum | More Info




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