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USU Students Sign Aggie Blue Piano During 'Welcome Back Week'

Herald Journal Monday, Jan. 08, 2018

Hitting the snooze alarm, drinking from a coffee thermos or making the trek across campus with a full backpack are all things Utah State University students might associate with the first day of a new semester. Signing their names on a painted piano inside the Taggart Student Center probably was not one of them, yet that was just one of the many activities sponsored by the Utah State University Student Association during Welcome Back Week. The festivities are designed to get students back into the swing of things during the first week of spring semester. Classes began Jan. 8 and conclude April 27. ... Meghan Tatom, USUSA activities director, helped organize the activity. ... “It’s not just for the students coming back, but it’s also for the students who start in the spring,” Tatom said. “It gives students an opportunity to be able to walk around, meet new people and enjoy USU.”

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