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Thursday, September 28

Bike to Breakfast

Celebration/Fair/Festival

Bike to Breakfast to celebrate a summer of NationalBike Challenge cycling. It's delicious, hot, local, and free to people who ride their bicycles to the event or participated in the National Bike Challenge.

9/28 at 7:30 am | More Info

USU Farmers Market

Special Event

This fall, Utah State University will be bring back the Student Farmer's Market! Farmer’s markets epitomize sustainability by bringing community members together to purchase locally grown, healthier food, crafts and other products. The market features live local musicians in addition to local businesses and student organizations. One of the primary benefits to USU's 28,000+ students will be the 'double your dollars' program, allowing students to double their money in dollar increments up to $5, receiving two $1 tokens for each dollar exchanged. Tokens will be purchased at the entrance booth. The tokens may only be used in the market towards produce purchases. The USU Farmer's Market was initiated by the Blue Goes Green grant program.

9/28 at 10:00 am | Quad | More Info

Fall STEM Fair

Celebration/Fair/Festival

Utah State University's STEM Fall Career Fair is a wonderful chance for students interested in working with technology-based organizations to spend some time networking with employers. It is also a chance for these employers to see what high quality students we have here at Utah State.

9/28 at 3:00 pm | Taggart Student Center | More Info

USDA-Predator Research Facility Open House

Special Event

The USDA-NWRC-Predator Research Facility is holding its annual open house on September 28 from 4-7 pm. Come out to the 164-acre facility in Millville, Utah, and learn about carnivores and research conducted by the staff. Must have valid I.D. to enter. Free event.

9/28 at 4:00 pm | More Info

Communitas Lecture Series: Tanja Softic

Arts/Entertainment

Tanja Softic´ studied at the Academy of Fine Arts of the University of Sarajevo and earned her M.F.A. in Printmaking from Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Virginia in 1992. From 1991-92, she printed at Kathy Caraccio Etching Studio in New York. She works across the media of printmaking, drawing, photography and book arts.

9/28 at 5:00 pm | Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall | More Info

AWWA Opening Social

Student Activities

Come meet current AWWA members and find out how you can be a part of this professional organization. Pizza will be provided.

9/28 at 6:00 pm | Engineering Building | More Info

Arrington Lecture Series

Arts/Entertainment

Opera comes in all shapes and sizes. Considered an elitist art form by many, it is capable of touching souls from pioneers and farmers to apostles and politicians. While it may be an acquired taste, we are lured to it via recitals, concerts, oratorios, and even Broadway musicals and anecdotal tales. There is no written history of “Opera in Utah,” and while references are random, they are consistently found when sought. The list of visiting operatic artists to the Beehive state is imposing, even extraordinary. Equally unexpected is the diversity of standard repertoire, and those works unique to, or composed about Utah. In turn, Utah’s operatic assets have given to the world’s arsenal of singers, and created an audience of unique proportions. And in the midst of these “voices” is another facet to the life of Leonard J. Arrington.

9/28 at 7:00 pm | More Info

Arrington Mormon History Lecture

Lecture/Readings

There is no written history of “Opera in Utah,” and while references are random, they are consistently found when sought. The list of visiting operatic artists to the Beehive state is imposing, even extraordinary. Equally unexpected is the diversity of standard repertoire, and those works unique to, or composed about Utah. In turn, Utah’s operatic assets have given to the world’s arsenal of singers, and created an audience of unique proportions. Learn more about "Opera and Its Voices in Utah" with Walter B. Rudolph, Thursday, September 28, 7:00 pm at the Logan Tabernacle.

9/28 at 7:00 pm | More Info

Awake and Sing!

Arts/Entertainment

The Bergers, a three-generation Jewish family living in a crowded Bronx apartment, experience a life where their dreams and frustrations collide, magnified by the pressures of the Depression. Odets’ classic drama is the story of the American dream as seen through the eyes of those it has disappointed and those who remain hopeful.

9/28 at 7:30 pm | Caine Lyric Theatre | More Info

Sleepover on the Quad

Sports

Free food and set up camp starting at 7 p.m., be gone from the Quad by 8 a.m. Students get in free with a valid student id card and seats are general admission, so sometime between midnight and 7 a.m. we will be distributing wristbands to those camping out. Those with wristbands AND a valid student id, which they will have to swipe at the gate, will then be allowed into Maverik Stadium roughly 15 minutes prior to the general student gates opening. Along with the free food on Thursday night, there will also be music, games, and a visit by Athletic Director John Hartwell, Head Coach Matt Wells, Big Blue and the Spirit Squad. We will also have a car that students can smash with a sledgehammer for a small fee. The money raised will be donated to Parkinson’s Research in honor of Captain Aggie.

9/28 at 8:00 pm | Quad | More Info



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