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History of Punctuation Poster Exhibition Celebrating National Punctuation Day


September 24 is National Punctuation Day. While punctuation may be viewed as a set of rigid grammar rules, the history of these symbols is fascinating, which was discovered by the students enrolled in Professor Joyce Kinkead’s History of Writing classes. Each student adopted a punctuation mark and then researched its origins. These histories are depicted graphically in colorful posters designed by Molly Etchberger, a graduate of Art and Design. The posters are on display in the Merrill-Cazier Library on the lower floor near Special Collections, September 11-October 9. A public reception with refreshments will be hosted by the Department of English on site on Friday, September 22 at noon.

All Day | USU Libraries |

Dippy: The World’s Oldest Celebrity at The Prehistoric Museum


Come down and explore our special exhibit, Dippy: The World’s Oldest Celebrity during USU Museum Week! This exhibit explores the cultural impact Andrew Carnegie’s Diplodocus skeleton had on a global scale. A complete media sensation, casts of this animal can be found in some of the preeminent museums across the world including the French National Museum of Natural History, the Zoological Museum of the Russian Academy of Sciences and the Carnegie Museum of Natural History in Pittsburgh. Walk through the bones of the last original cast of Dippy while learning about its impact on science in the media, animation, and even world peace.

Admission to the Prehistoric Museum is always free for USU students, staff and faculty

All Day |

Wild Womxn Mountain Biking & Camping


Grab your bike, come ride some trails and camp with other awesome ladies (trans and non-binary inclusive)! Participants are encouraged to bring their own mountain bike (in working condition). If you need a bike, an OP rental is available at no additional cost (pending availability). All participants must have health insurance and abide by OP and University Policies.

3:00 pm - 8:00 pm |




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