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Clubs: Art & Media
Contact Person: Justin Van Noy
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Provide Chinese cultural experiences for Utah State Students and assist those desiring to improve their Chinese language abilities
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: Trevor Irish
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We promote local and regional medieval events, organizations, and groups.
Contact Person: Sierra Summers
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The purposes of our organization are: 1) To create pleasant and beautiful ambiance music for patients and visitors at Logan Regional Intermountain Hospital to enjoy. 2) Provide opportunities for students at USU who play music to give meaningful service in the community.
Contact Person: Millie Tullis
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The purpose of the club is to provide students with opportunities to share their own writing, meet professional writers, learn about the writing profession, and become a part of a writing community.
Contact Person: Stephen Mitton
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The New Music Collaborative is structured to be an environment for student composers to test their skills with new, standard, and unique ensembles of student-musicians. It can be a time for composers and musicians to learn how to work with one another, learn execution and creation of effective notation, and gain critical communication skills for the working musician. The club is open to anyone but the ability to read music for your first or subsequent secondary instruments (if so desired) is required.
Contact Person: Fernanda Tonelli
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To promote awareness of the culture and language of the eight Portuguese speaking countries (Brazil, Mozambique, Angola, Portugal, Guinea-Bissau, Sao Tome and Principe, Cape Verde, and East Timor).
Contact Person: Kimberly Lamping
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Provides an opportunity for students to become involved with Theatre Education related creative projects, service opportunities and research.
Contact Person: Jake Logan Smith
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True Blue Sketch Comedy is a live show that has previously rehearsed original comedic sketches written and performed by cast members. The show will also include some previously recorded sketch videos.
Contact Person: Melanie Bateman
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To give young adults at Utah State University and Cache Valley the opportunity to participate in an independent winter guard. To assist these young adults in learning how to work individually and as a team.
Contact Person: Tracie Paul
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USU Dance Company is an auditioned club where we explore contemporary, ballet, jazz, hip hop, breaking, and countless other styles of dance. We have had several performing opportunities, including the Howl, men and women's basketball halftimes, Mr. USU, and Mardi Gras. We work three times a week for two and a half hours to condition, choreograph, and construct pieces to improve our technique and broaden our dance knowledge and experience. Come try out on September 3rd, at 4:00 in the Kent Concert Hall!
Contact Person: Sydni Ekker
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This is a group that meets once a week to learn dance combinations. The styles will vary each week (hip hop, jazz, contemporary, etc). Anyone can come to this class, dancers and non-dancers. There are no auditions and you can join at any point in the semester! It will start with a warm up and then we will learn about 45 seconds of a dance combination. The class will last one hour, and will promote the love of dancing!
Contact Person: Jesse Budd
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Centralize film resources and interest on campus; viewing, producing, & discussion films; an avenue for students interested in filmmaking & a resource to network with others; provide easy means of screening films of any special interest.