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PAST EVENTS

Past Events

Date Event Time Location Cost Category Event Description
Wed. August 25 Bounce Houses and Carnival Games 1:30 PM - 5 PM Quad FREE Social Come enjoy the first Week of Welcome Activity on the Quad with our Bounce Houses and Carnival Games.
Wed. August 27 Day on the Quad 10:30 AM - 2:30 PM Quad FREE Social Come visit the booths at Day on the Quad to find out how you can get involved in the best clubs on campus!
Wed. September 3 Student Alumni Association Opening Social 6:30 PM First Dam FREE Social All students are invited to join the Student Alumni Association (SAA) for a night of food, friends, paddle boards, canoes, and prizes.
Wed. September 3 Red Zone for SAAVI 10:00 AM - 1:00 PM TSC Patio FREE Social An educational event to raise awareness about healthy relationships, sexual assault and resources. There will be games, raffles, and prizes.
Wed. September 3 Common Hour Convocation- President Albrecht 11:30 AM TSC Ballroom FREE Academic Students can listen to President Albrecht Utah State University's President speak during the common hour.
Thurs. September 4 Eboo Patel - Building Bridges of Inerfaith Cooperation 7:00 PM Kent Concert Hall FREE Cultural Eboo Patel founded the Interfaith Youth Core (IFYC) to counter the growing problem of religious intolerance and violence at home and abroad by training student and campus interfaith leaders to meet this challenge.
Fri. September 5 Art Exhibit: Black Mountain College: Shaping Craft + Design 5-7:00 PM Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art FREE Cultural The Black Mountain College Art Exhibit displays a new type of college based on John Dewey's principles of progressive education.
Mon. September 8 Sorority Recruitment 5:00 PM TSC Sunburst Lounge FREE Social An opportunity for students to learn more about the USU Sorority community, the recruitment process, and housing. Members of the recruitment team will be available to answer questions about going Greek at Utah State!
Mon. September 8 Fraternity Recruitment 5:00 PM TSC Patio FREE Social Fraternity and Sorority housing tours. Each student gets a tour of each house and meet depending if they are rushing a Fraternity or Sorority.
Wed. September 10 Common Hour Convocation - Elizabeth McCormick 11:30 AM TSC Ballroom FREE, Book on sale for $10. Community Elizabeth McCormick will be using her experiences as a Black Hawk helicopter pilot and Chief Warrant Officer for the United States Army to speak on soaring to success in your own life.
Fri. September 12 Science Unwrapped - "Matter of Patterns" Part 1 7:00 PM ESLC 130 FREE Academic USU Chemist Lisa Berreau is featured speaker for the kick-off presentation of "Science Unwrapped".
Mon. September 15 Imagine Fashion Show 6:59 PM TSC Ballroom 1 Can of Food Academic A recycle and redesign fashion show bringing together fashion and food to raise awareness about sustainability and hunger.
Wed. September 17 Study Abroad Fair 10 AM - 2 PM TSC Intl. & Sunburst Lounges FREE Academic Learn how you can add a global experience to your USU degree. Meet program leaders and past participants to find the best fit for you.
Wed. September 17 USU Collegiate 4-H Opening Social at Crystal Hot Springs 6:00 -9:00 PM Crystal Hot Springs 8215 N. Hwy 38, Honeyville, UT 84314 FREE Social All Aggies are invited to come and experience the Natural Hot Tubs, Heated Water Slides, and Olympic Sized Mineral Pools. Rain or Shine this event is one of the BEST!
Thurs. September 18 4th Annual Lackstrom Linguistics Symposium: Dual Language Immersion 4:00-7:00 PM ESLC 53 FREE Academic This is a Graduate student symposium in Lunguistics. Graduate students in the Master of Second Language Teaching Program (MSLT) have the opportunity to present their research projects.
Fri. September 19 Park(ing) Day 2014 8:00-4:00 PM 4 Parking Lots; Aggie Ice Cream, Recital Hall, University Inn, Residence Halls FREE Academic National PARK(ing) Day is a nationwide public art project, which celebrates parks and promotes the need for more parks and open spaces in America's cities.
Sat. September 20 Poetry and a Beverage 9:00-11:00 PM TSC Sunburst Lounge FREE Academic Express and Refresh at Poetry and a Beverage. Come have a drink and share a poem or musical number.
Tues. September 23-Sat. September 27 Theatrical Presentation: Bus Stop 7:30 PM Caine Lyric Theatre FREE Cultural Find yourself in the middle of a howling snowstorm, where a bus out of Kansas City pulls up at a small roadside diner. All roads are blocked, and four or five weary travelers have to take refuge until morning.
Tues. September 23 USU Open Streets Festival 3:00 - 6:00 PM 700 North Street will be closed to Vehicle traffic. FREE Community 700 North is open to cycling, walking, roller blading, dancing, and any other form of non-motorized transportation, in order to show people how interactive a street can be when it's accessible to active transportation.
Tues. September 23-Thurs. September 26 Human Library 1:00 - 3:00 PM Merrill-Cazier Library Rm.101 FREE Academic The Human Library encourages conversation between people with different experiences and perspectives. We recruit people with interesting stories to be Human Books and invite the public to check out these 'living books'.
Tues. September 23 Networking for Newbs 7:00 PM David B. Haight Alumni House FREE Community All students are invited to learn about the "who," "why," "how," and "what" in networking. Nathan Wickizer, the COO of Cache Valley Electric will share his story with us on how networking has shaped his life. Food from Iron Gate Grill provided.
Wed. September 24 What is the Value of a Political Internship? 3:00-4:00 PM LIB 154 FREE Academic Come enjoy pizza and ask questions about political policy internships. Speak with three former interns about their experiences on Capitol Hill in Washington, D.C., and Salt Lake City.
Wed. September 24 SURCO Poster Session 12:30-1:30 PM Natural Resources Atrium FREE Academic Undergraduate researchers will display and discuss their findings in a poster session.
Wed. September 24 Undergraduate Research Orientation 11:30 AM Natural Resources 105 FREE Academic Come and learn about how to get involved in Undergraduate Research at USU. No other activity provides as many benefits to students who want to get ahead and position themselves for outstanding careers or advanced study.
Thurs. September 25 Logan Film Festival 7:00 PM Ellen Eccles Theatre 43 S. Main Street $5.00 w/ Student ID Cultural The Logan Film Festival screens independant films about unique topics without the conforming pressures of Hollywood executives. The festival also acts as a gathering of real life film makers that travel from around the country that you can talk with.
Sat. September 27 Kokanee Salmon Run 2:00 PM Meet at the Parking Lot North of Natural Resources Building Free Academic Hundreds of fish fight for spawning sites and provide a magnificent red coloration to the river to match the maples on the hillside. Go here to RSVP: https://usu.co1.qualtrics.com/SE/?SID=SV_3f6cfzjewJaaZ6t

Current Events

Date Event Time Location Cost Category Event Description
Ongoing Career Coaching 8:00 AM - 5:00 PM M-F University Inn 102 FREE Academic The career coaches at the Center provide students, alumni, and community members the opportunity to Choose a Career, Find an Internship, Prepare for Graduate School, and find a job.
Ongoing Writing Center 8:30-3:30 PM M-F Ray B. West 104 FREE Academic The Writing Center can help you improve your writing skills and confidence as well as teach you how to write persuasively for your classes.
Mon. September 8-Nov. 17 IT Scavenger Hunt- Ongoing 8:00 AM-12:00 PM Daily TSC 101 Computer Lab FREE Academic Information Technology's scavenger hunt will help students get to know the different services offered to them through IT.
Tues. September 30 Art Exhibit: Enchanted Modernities 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art FREE Cultural This art exhibit explores the regional connection to Theosophically-inspired artists and musicians while also placing them within the international network of enchanted culture that flourished in the early 20th century
Tues. September 30 Major Fair 10:00 AM - 1:30 PM International and Sunburst Lounge FREE Academic Students can meet with advisors across campus to look at different major opportunities.
Wed. October 1 Choir Conert: Gone Country 7:30 PM Kent Concert Hall FREE Cultural The USU Choirs will perform different country songs.
Wed. October 1 Convocation with David MacAulay 11:30 AM Performance Hall FREE Cultural Join us for a talk from dean of the Caine College of the Arts, Craig Jessop, and special guest illustrator MacAulay.
Thurs. October 2 Leonard J. Arrington Mormon History Lecture/Writing Contest 7:00 PM Logan LDS Tabernacle FREE Community Ronald W. Walker will present "Heroes and Hero Worship: Brigham Young and the Utah War". All college students are invited to participate in a writing competition in conjunction with this lecture, cash awards will be given. Please call 435-797-2663 for questions regarding the writing competition.
Mon. October 6 Coping with Anxiety 10 AM - 2 PM TSC Ballroom East FREE Community Find entertaining and fun ways to cope with anxiety, better succeed academically, and handle your worries more effectively!
Mon. October 6 Mr. USU Pageant 7:00 PM Kent Concert Hall FREE Community Come to the biggest event during Homecoming Week and watch your college candidates, fellow classmates and friends compete for the coveted title of Mr. USU!
Fri. October 10 5K & Pep-Rally 6 PM Race, 7 PM Rally David B. Haight Alumni House FREE Social Participate in the Homecoming Week 5K Race and Pep Rally, Go AGGIES!
Fri. October 10 Science Unwrapped- "Matter of Patterns" Part 2 7:00 PM ESLC 130 FREE Social USU statistician Richard Cutler is featured speaker for the second presentation.
Sat. October 11 Utah Agricultural Products BBQ 3:00-5:00 PM or 2 1/2 hours prior to USU vs. Airforce FB game. Craig Aston Park, 1350 N. 800 E. $10 adults (11& Under), $5 for children Social Come and enjoy Utah beef, lamb, pork, turkey, dairy products, onion rings, corn and salad prior to the USU vs. Airforce football game. All proceeds fund scholarships for students in the College of Agriculture and Applied Sciences.
Wed. October 15 African Banquet 6:00 PM TSC Ballroom $10-15 Cultural An event that gathers and presents African culture. There will be a variety of African food and dances that are organized and presented by the African Student Association.
Thurs. October 16 Art Exhibit: A+T=12 5-7 PM Tippetts Exhibit Hall FREE Cultural This exhibit is in honor of secondary school teachers who are also practicing artists. Students can see the work of their teachers and learn how it is possible to make a living as an artist.
Wed. October 22 Food Day 2014 Speaker 11:30 AM - 12:30 PM TSC Auditorium FREE Cultural As part of the 3rd Annual USU Food Day 2014 celebration, Sharon Palmer, the "Plant-Powered Dietitian", will speak at USU.
Thurs. October 23 Food Day HUB Activities 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM TSC HUB FREE Cultural On Day 2 of USU's Annual Food Day 2014 Celebration, USU Dietetic students will present interactive displays, chef demonstrations, food samples, prizes, and more.
Tues. October 28- Sat. November 1 Theatrical Presentation: Game of Love and Chance 7:30 PM Black Box Theatre FREE Cultural The Game of Love and Chance is an eighteenth century romantic comedy based on the lives of two destined lovers who, through a twist of fate, fall in love despite disguise, distrust, and deceit.
Thurs. October 30 Poe in the Dark 7:00 PM Old Main 115 $2 or $1 w/canned food Academic A night of theatrical literary readings from students and professors. Poems and short stories will be read and performed with an Edgar Alan Poe theme of thrill and horror. A raffle for prizes will be held.
Fri. October 31 Fry Street Quartet 7:30 PM Performance Hall FREE Academic The first half of the program features guest violist Roger Chase in recital, and the program concludes with the Mozart String Quintet no. 3 in C Major, K. 515
Sat. November 1 Poetry and a Beverage 9:00 PM- 11:00 PM TSC Sunburst Lounge FREE Academic Express and Refresh at Poetry and a Beverage. Come have a drink and share a poem or musical number.
Mon. November 3 Art Exhibit: Connection 1:00 PM - 4:00 PM Tippetts Exhibit Hall FREE Academic A print-making exhibit.
Wed. November 5 Guest Lecture: Porter Fox, Author of Deep: The Story of Skiing and the Future of Snow 11:30 AM - 12:45 PM TSC Auditorium Hall FREE Academic He lives, writes, teaches and edits the literary travel writing journal, Nowhere, (nowheremag.com) in Brooklyn, New York. Porter Fox will stay after briefly to answer questions and sign books.
Sat. November 8 Diwali 6:00 - 9:00PM TSC Ballroom $17 Community Diwali is one of the major festivals of India. It is often known as the festival of lights. The event usual consists of cultural performances from different states of India.
Fri. November 14 Science Unwrapped - "Matter of Patterns" Part 3 7:00 PM ESLC 130 FREE Academic National Public Radio science correspondent Joe Palca is featured speaker for the third and final presentation in the series.
Mon. November 17 Study Abroad Photo Contest 10:00 AM - 2:00 PM TSC Pre-Function Area (Outside Ballroom) FREE Cultural Past study abroad participants show off their best travel photos and you get to pick the winner! Experience the world through the eyes of your fellow Aggies and learn more about how you can Study Abroad.
Mon. November 17 International Family Night 7:00 PM TSC Ballroom FREE Cultural Students and community families can come and experience some of the cultures of the many students on campus.