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Housing Event Photos
Central Campus Community / March 28, 2014
The end of Housing and Residence Life was celebrated with an "Alice and Wonderland" themed party! Residents played croquet with flamingoes, danced and won awesome prizes!
Take a Seat
South Campus Community / March 28, 2014
What happens when you put a ball pit in the middle of campus? You get to know people! Students sat in the ball pit we created and asked each other questions that were on each ball.
Ultimate Cranium Game Show
Family Housing / March 27, 2014
If you think Cranium is just a board game, you are mistaken! It is also a unique game show! Residents competed in teams against each other and nearly everyone walked away with a prize. We are pretty sure everyone in the audience walked away with a soft serve ice cream cone too.
Living Learning Community / March 26, 2014
For the 5th year in a row, the Marketplace was transformed into a casino! Table games such as Roulette, Poker, and Blackjack were available for playing and prizes were awarded for winning! USU Dining catered the event, so the food was amazing! We can't wait to do it again next year!
Stump the RA Game Show
Student Living Center Community / March 24, 2014
You have probably seen game shows, but "Stump the RA" is not your typical game show! Residents challenged their RAs to trivia questions of all types! If the resident was right, they won a prize and the RA was sent to the "Challenge Chamber". Some of the challenges included blindfolded dancing, turning RA's into hot dogs, and racing with socks filled with bars of soap!
South Campus Community / February 28, 2014
The Artist's Block Café was transformed into the Bee's Knees Bar for our annual Speakeasy night. Campus residents dressed up like it was 1922 and enjoyed "mocktails," dancing and poker. Police officers raided the scene to teach about the consequences of underage drinking and how USU is a dry campus. Students tried on some drunk goggles that imitate the effects of alcohol. The night concluded with more dancing and games. No alcohol needed to have a swinging-good time!