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Contact Person: Taylor underwood
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Aggie Game Nights is a social gaming club at Utah State University. We play a variety of tabletop games. We meet Fridays, 7pm to midnight in Engineering 201 (http://www.usu.edu/map/index.cfm?id=32). Bring friends & games. Everyone is invited! https://groups.google.com/group/aggie-game-nights https://www.facebook.com/groups/Aggie.Game.Nights/
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: Seth Cook
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Among the many purposes of our inclusive society, we strive to incorporate men and women alike, who enjoy the company of others and have an appreciation for all that a beard and/or moustache can represent. We maintain high levels of class and sophistication expected from such a society. The beard and moustache society will play a positive role in the lives of our members, our community and the world.
Contact Person: Hunter Duffin
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To provide a venue in which casual and serious pool players can interact and help spread the sport of pocket billiards (pool) in a social and relaxed atmosphere.
Contact Person: Cassie Breeding
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USU Collegiate 4-H provides members with activities and recreation, service projects, leadership skills, and social gatherings while enhancing youth development through direct service to 4-H members and other young people.
Contact Person: Emily Stephensen
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To create an environment of comedy on the USU campus and to instruct students in the fundamentals of sketch, improvisational, and stand-up comedy.
Contact Person: Angie Anderson
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A. To provide greater opportunities for faculty and student interactions B. To provide social activities and events for the membership C. To provide learning opportunities as it applies to the field and study of communications
Contact Person: Mike Emery
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Help raise funds to be used by the warrior spirit club, benefit the community and promote awareness of AFROTC on campus.
Contact Person: Ivan Quezada
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The Dominican Student Association or (DSA) is an organization dedicated to the education, enjoyment, development, and socialization of its members with themselves and with all the communities and groups at Utah State University. The organization seeks to support service to USU and the Cache Valley Community. We, as students, wish to bring our culture to USU and promote diversity, equality and harmony among cultures.
Contact Person: Yesenia Oliva, or Quinn Price
Contact Email: Yessi.email@example.com, or firstname.lastname@example.org
Goalball is a Paralympic sport for the blind and visually impaired. There are a good number of students attending Utah State that are currently traveling around the world to participate in Goalball tournaments. The purpose of this club is to allow students the ability to all meet together in a specific location, to give students the opportunity to improve their performance ability, to help build physical activity into a participant's daily routine, and to just have a club the blind can be apart of.
Contact Person: Leonardo Alfonseca
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Independent Tribe is an organization dedicated to bring a different spiritual alternative to students by sharing a biblical message centered around Jesus Christ. This organization seek for motivating students to gather together to have fellowship, study the word of God and reflect on it. The organization is also willing to support service to USU and the Cache Valley Community.
Contact Person: Val Jackson
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The purpose of this club is to connect, through its activities, current and former MSLT students in practices of second language teaching and in critical discussion of current research of Second Language Acquisition.
Contact Person: Jordan Fultz
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Use improv games to illustrate Play Theory principles as they apply to personal and interpersonal skills.
Contact Person: Austin Shepherd
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The mission of the Riders’ Alliance Motorsports Club is to develop a network of motorsports enthusiasts from different backgrounds and unify the student riding community at Utah State University. The goals of the club are: 1.Bring people together with similar interests. 2.Build up each other and the sport. 3.Serve the community. 4.Coordinate/organize activities.
Contact Person: Laurie McNeill
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To provide occasions for Environmental Engineering students and faculty to share and communicate their thoughts on contemporary aspects of Environmental Engineering by conducting interdisciplinary research discussion groups and seminars from academic and industrial professionals.
Contact Person: Harry Santoso
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The purpose of this organization shall be: • To establish a welcoming social environment for students, faculty, and members of the Utah State University community interested in engineering education. • To provide an accessible forum for the exchange of ideas, theories, and techniques related to engineering education. • To create opportunities for students to implement and develop effective methods and techniques for engineering education. • To lead local innovation in the theory and practice of engineering education through the practical application of new techniques. • To share the success and ambitions of the members of this organization with the broader academic community of the colleges of engineering and education at Utah State University and the surrounding community.
Contact Person: Kinzie Hamilton
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facebook group Thrills on Wheels
We roller blade around campus, make new friends, perform service in the community, and have fun! We prefer roller blades but any set of wheels will do ( long board, bike, skate board, rip stick, razor scooter, unicycle) You will have the best time of your life if you join our awesomely, cool, legit, and retro club! Once a month we will be participating in a service project.
Contact Person: Wington Brito
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Create a good chess environment among USU students. Represent USU in any chess activity over the region or country. Help students to be in a good social environment.
Contact Person: Lauralee Lyons
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To provide members with a sense of identity on campus, enrich their lives through group projects and recreation, and to develop confidence and leadership skills. Enhance youth development through direct service to 4-H members and other young people.
Contact Person: Ryan Aposhian
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The purpose of the club is to provide a friendly environment for gamers of all interests to learn about and associate with gamers of similar or different interests and skill levels.
Contact Person: Scotty Cunningham
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Promote Friendship, Understanding and Brotherly Love. Inform about Masonic Organizations, viz.: Eastern Star, Shriners, De Molay, The Daughters of Job, and Freemasonry.
Contact Person: Micheal Eastmond
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To have students learn the core values of Hiphop while participating in events and festivals. To have a safe meeting place for like minded people .. To change the stigma of hiphop
Contact Person: Michael Sowder
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Promote awareness and practice of mindfulness meditation. We instruct new meditators in proper technique and offer guidance. We also serve as a weekly forum for those who wish to practice meditation in group setting.
Contact Person: Marc Allen
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This club is meant as a social and support group for those who have left, are leaving, or are questioning the Mormon faith. Leaving the Mormon church is difficult. This could mean causing friction with and/or losing a support group of friends and family. Making such a life-changing decision can cause a state of cognitive dissonance. A person might feel guilty, doubtful, depressed, confused, angry, and alone. You are not alone! We understand how difficult it is to leave the LDS church. We hope to help ease this burden and provide an area of support for this life-altering decision.
Contact Person: Austin Spence
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Social: Students will be able to meet students with similar interests. Students will also become more involved in college or university life. Involved students are more likely to have a positive undergraduate experience. Career development: Ecology club can be a tool for career development. Club members are able to participate in activities that will allow them to hone their interests (research, fieldwork, etc). Members can learn about career paths and options. Activities such as field trips and hosting speakers allow students to network with ecologists and related professionals
Contact Person: Austin Spence
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To conduct club programs and activities to promote ecology on campus and in the community, as well as explore career development through field trips, guest speakers, and lab tours.
Contact Person: Ashley Jensen
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The purpose of the Married Student Alliance is the provide activities where married students can socialize and network. In general, the activities provided to the general student population tend to be centered mainly on the single students. The goal of this club is to help young student families to come together and find new friends that will help enrich their experience here at Utah State University.
Contact Person: Jake Falcon
Contact Email: USUVeteransAssociation@gmail.com
The USUVA's mission is to provide veterans and alumni of Utah State University, as well as the community an opportunity to interact with each other as well as provide a resource for issues involving various veterans’ organizations. The USUVA also works in the community and within Utah State University to give back to past veterans by providing time, charity, and resources to help improve the quality of life as well as provide awareness and support for current issues concerning veterans.