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Clubs: Social Awareness
Contact Person: Ryan Joseph Adair
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To facilitate discussion between the LGBTQA communities by providing a safe forum for discussion utilizing specific guidelines and inviting those interested to participate.
Contact Person: Sara Slatter
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The purpose of Aggie Advocates for Disability is to improve the lives of people with disabilities through social awareness, and to advocate for people with disabilities and their families through educating the general public and professionals, raising funds for schools, families, and organizations, and providing service.
Contact Person: Meghan Graham
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To raise awareness about Celiac Disease and Gluten Allergies in the community, and to offer support to those that live gluten-free.
Contact Person: Chris Fairbanks
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An organization for Pre Law, Criminal Justice, and Political majors to analyze current laws and policies that need revision and thus advocate the needed reforms. To discuss local and state vague laws those exist and inform the public of these vague laws so as to reduce the excessive burden of needless cases that traffic through the state and county justice system. We as a whole will refine ourselves in preparation to enter the Political and Legal arena so as to be better prepared to make a noticeable difference.
Contact Person: Gary Rodgerson
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Ecology awareness, Lectures from scientists, public policy experts, and free-market thinkers from near and far are brought in to discuss and debate hot environmental topics of the day. Our aim is also to heighten student awareness and energize campus activism, CFACT members hold regular meetings, distribute Fact Sheets and newsletters, show videos, and participate in annual Earth Day events.
Contact Person: Tommy Thompson
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To encourage and promote higher education as a rehabilitative pathway for individuals previously charged with or convicted of crimes and those affected by them.
Contact Person: Ryan Barnett
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Our principle goal is conversation, but we also play games ,watch movies, and do other activities as a group to better our Spanish and learn more about the culture of Spanish speaking areas around the world.
Contact Person: Andrew Swensen
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The purpose of this organization is as follows: A. Educate the university community about reproductive health and rights. B. Work closely with other campus groups to advocate for common goals. C. Create the opportunity to incorporate the diverse voices of all people in conversation concerning reproductive rights and health. D. Create a forum that supports access to medically accurate educational programs that enhance and embrace understanding of human sexuality.
Contact Person: Jorgen Madsen
Contact Email: Jorgenpmadsen@gmail.com
Working with UNICEF, the campus initiative club works for children's rights. We focus on three different areas: Educating, Advocating, and Fundraising. We raise awareness of the different current events happening around the world that are effecting the lives of children. We believe that zero children should die from a preventable cause.
Contact Person: Brenden Whitelaw
Contact Email: Brenden.firstname.lastname@example.org
This club is to unite all boarders with wheels, and to teach all those who want to learn how to ride a board with wheels. (longboard, skateboard, Penny Board, Custom boards) Ideas, and skills, and techniques will be shared between members to improve skills and boarding technique.
Contact Person: Harrison Kleiner
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This organization is an agency of the NNCF to foster the growth of the Newman movement by promotion of the religious, intellectual, and social interest of the members.
Contact Person: Max Parker Dahl
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A. To create student-produced magazine targeted towards current students at Utah State University. B. To foster, through the magazine, a sense of community across the university, transcending individual departments. C. To provide real-life work experience for talented writers, artists and future business leaders. D. To explore the varied aspects of student life, provide a means of expression for students and celebrate the diversity and accomplishments of individual students and the university as a whole.
Contact Person: Zach Volin
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We, Students For Liberty, will work to promote the ideas of classical liberalism, these being the protection of individual freedoms both economic and social. We believe that only through the protection of individual liberty, can peace and prosperity exist. In order to achieve these goals, we advocate for the reduction of government and other authorities to their constitutional bounds, and to deny them the exercise of power beyond their legal constraints. This advocacy shall be realized through engaging and educating the student body and supporting political candidates who espouse these ideals.
Contact Person: John Delaney
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Educate and mobilize youth activists committed to winning On principle.