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					 Spring 2007 Campus Dates and Deadlines:
 January 30 – March 8: Drops Show as “W” on Transcript (drop using ACCESS)
 January 30 – March 8: Late Adds Require Petition and Documentation
 March 8: Last Day to Change to P/D+/D/F Option (advisor signature required)
 March 9-30: Drops Require a Late Drop Form (WF on Transcript), Go to Registrar’s Office to Drop
 March 12-16: No Classes (Spring Break)
 March 30: Last Day to Submit Petition for Late Drop Form
 April 2 - May 4: No Dropping of Classes Permitted
 April 23-27: No Test Week
 April 27: Last Day of Classes
 April 30- May 4: Final Exams
 May 5: Registrar’s Office Closed for Commencement Activities
 May 4-5: University Commencement Activities
 More Campus Deadlines Available at http://www.usu.edu/registrar/dates/spring.cfm.

Campus and Community Happenings
 Monday 3/5
 ASUSU Final Elections
 Vote by going to https://www.usu.edu/asusu/elections/index.cfm.

 Old Barn Community Theatre Presents “The Sound of Music”
 7:30 p.m.
 2/2-2/24 on Fridays, Saturdays, and Mondays
 $7 for adults
 Old Barn Community Theatre (Collinston, Utah)
 Go to http://www.geocities.com/old_barn/Map.htm for driving directions.

 Heritage Community Theatre Presents “Damn Yankees”
 7:30 p.m.
 2/2-2/24 on Fridays, Saturdays, and Mondays
 $8 for adults
 Heritage Community Theatre in Perry, Utah
 Go to http://www.heritagetheatreutah.com/map.htm for driving directions.

 Tuesday 3/6
 ASUSU Final Elections
 Vote by going to https://www.usu.edu/asusu/elections/index.cfm.

 Anthropology Night
 Tuesdays: 6:00-7:00 p.m.
 Main 252
 Starting September 5, 2006 the Utah State University Museum of Anthropology will be hosting Tuesday night
 activities from 6-7pm. Each week will have fun activities focusing on a different exhibit. As always, admission is
 free. The museum of Anthropology is located on the USU campus in the south turret of the Old Main Building,
 room 252. Free parking is available in the Old Main South parking lot.

 USU Salsa Club Free Lessons & Dancing
 Tuesdays: 7:30-9:25 p.m.
 HPER 102
We offer FREE salsa dancing lessons, we teach "salsa on 1" or usually called "L.A. style salsa." Lessons are every
Tuesday from 7:30 p.m. till around 8:30 p.m. and then dancing until 9:25 p.m. Everyone is welcome, all ages, all
sizes, and any kind of dancer, beginner to advanced. You can come with or without a partner. We teach the basic
steps to everyone and also teach some intermediate patterns to those ready to learn more. Remember it is free for
everybody. So come and learn to dance "La Salsa."

Wednesday 3/7
ASUSU Final Elections
Polls close at 4:30 p.m.
Vote by going to https://www.usu.edu/asusu/elections/index.cfm.

ASUSU Final Elections Announcement
5:00 p.m.
TSC International Lounge

Career Fair
9:00-3:00 p.m.
TSC 2nd Floor
Career Fair is sponsored by Career Services and will be held in the TSC, International and Sunburst Lounge, and
Ballroom.

4 on 4 Intramural Volleyball Deadline
5:00 p.m.
HPER Service Desk
$30/team or $5 free agent
Go to http://www.usu.edu/camprec/intramurals/spring.cfm for more information.

Looking through the Lens of Logan's History
7:00 p.m.
Logan City Justice Building (290 N 100 W)
The Cache Valley Historical Society will host a lecture and slide-show by Darrin Smith entitled, "Looking Through
the Lens of Logan's History: Then and Now." Darrin Smith has been a local history enthusiast and collector of
Mormon and Cache Valley memorabilia for his entire adult life. For over 20 years he has collected historic photos of
Cache Valley and has re-photographed many of the these images in order to create a visual historical perspective.
Darrin grew up in Logan and currently lives in Hyrum. He holds a degree in communications from USU and writes
a monthly historical article for the Cache Magazine.

Engineers without Borders Meeting: Aid for Africa
5:00 p.m.
ENGR 106
Engineers without Borders--USU Uganda team invites all students to help. Light refreshments will be served.
Contact John Sapp at jgsapp@cc.usu.edu for more information.

Women In Leadership Lecture Series
3:00 p.m.
Merrill-Cazier Library 101
Dr. Cecelia (Cece) Foxley, former Utah Commissioner of Higher Education, will speak on "Women Mentoring
Women."

Ecology Center Seminar Speaker, Dr. Emily Bernhardt
6:00 p.m.
NR 105
This lecture is part of the Ecology Center Seminar Series 2006-07. Dr. Bernhardt is a professor of the Department of
Biology at Duke University. For more details, please see our Web site.
STC Alumni Panel
6:00 p.m.
RWST 113
Wondering what you can do with a technical writing degree? Attend an alumni panel on Wednesday, March 7, from
6-7:30 p.m. in Ray B. West 113. All are welcome! The panel will consist of USU technical writing graduates who
work in fields such as marketing, proposal writing, and editing. Students will have the opportunity to ask questions
and receive advice from the experts. For more information, email chelseas@cc.usu.edu or check out the STC
bulletin board outside RWST 101.

Ulali - First Nations Women's A Cappello Trio
7:00-9:30 p.m.
Performance Hall
Non-students $10/advance, $12.50/door; students free w/ ID
Ulali is an internationally known women's trio. Ulali has performed in locations from Fiji to Italy with musicians
such as Sting and the B-52s. Ulali has a rare type of music that blends their Native American roots with
contemporary music creating an indigenous type of music. Ulali envisions that they are older than borders and that
their brothers and sisters run from north to south and under waters for miles and years back. Contact Patricia
Stevens at 797-1728 for more information.

Community Bike Classes by Aggie Blue Bikes: Bike Maintenance
Wednesday Nights
Building between Fieldhouse and Military Science
Call 797-8139 for more information.

USU Dance Club
Wednesday Nights
Advanced Jazz and Lyrical at 7:00 p.m.
Hip Hop at 8:30 p.m.
HPER 215
Email staceyh@cc.usu.edu for more information.

Financial Planning for Women: Savings Fitness: a Guide to Your Money and Your Financial Future
12:30-1:30 p.m. Family Life room 318
7:00-8:30 p.m. Family Life Center (bottom of Old Main Hill)
Free
Each participant will receive a free 20 page workbook. Refreshments provided.
Financial Planning for Women (FPW) is a monthly educational seminar that meets the second Wednesday of each
month at two times: 12:30-1:30 p.m. in Family Life room 318 on the USU campus. Bring your lunch. The same
program is repeated in the evening: 7-8:30 p.m. at the Family Life Center, 493 North 700 East, Logan (at bottom of
Old Main Hill). The longer evening time slot allows for more discussion. Programs are free and registration is not
required. Bring a friend! For further information: (435) 797-1569; lown@cc.usu.edu

Thursday 3/8
Deadline: Last Day to Change to P/D+/D/F Option (advisor signature required)

Pre-Trip Meeting for Spring Break Kayaking Trip
4:30 p.m.
ORC
Experience sea kayaking at Labyrinth Canyon March 14-17. Cost is $150 which includes transportation and kayak
rental. The pre-trip meeting is mandatory. Call 797-3264 for more information.

Celebration of Women Across the World
10:00-2:30 p.m.
TSC International Lounge
Speak Out 4 Women - an open microphone - will be from 12:00 - 1:30 p.m. Performances by a variety of women -
including singers, guitarists, belly dancing and the USU Women's Choir. "God Sleeps in Rwanda" will also be
shown at 1:30 p.m.

Speaking of Women
3:30-8:00 p.m.
TSC Sunburst Lounge
Free
Come enjoy free dinner and workshops about issues facing women including relaxation, nutrition and fitness,
wedding planning, and more. E-mail genlaw@cc.usu.edu with questions.

Helicon West Open Mic Night
2nd and 4th Thursdays
7:00 p.m.
Citrus and Sage (130 N 100 E)
Read your poetry and other works! To continue fostering a community of support for original creative work, we ask
that readers arrive 15 minutes early to sign up, to bring their original work rather than work from other authors, and
to limit readings to 7 minutes or less. Helicon West open mic readings are held every second and fourth Thursday of
the month during USU semesters, 7 PM, at Citrus and Sage, 130 North 100 East, in Logan. The events are free and
open to the public.

AED Scrub Sale
8:30-2:30 p.m.
TSC 1st Floor
Purchase medical scrubs with the university logo in a variety of colors and sizes. $15 for one (top or bottom) or $25
for two (tops, bottoms, or a set).

Logger’s Ball
6:00-8:30 p.m.
Hamilton’s
$20, $15 for students
Tickets must be purchased in advance in NR 108. Good food, live music, and door prizes.

Ecology Center Seminar Speaker, Dr. Emily Bernhardt
3:00-4:00 p.m.
NR 105
This lecture is part of the Ecology Center Seminar Series 2006-07. Dr. Bernhardt is a professor of the Department of
Biology at Duke University. For more details, see our Web site.

Helicon West Open Mic Night
2nd and 4th Thursdays
7:00 p.m.
Citrus and Sage (130 N 100 E)
Read your poetry and other works! To continue fostering a community of support for original creative work, we ask
that readers arrive 15 minutes early to sign up, to bring their original work rather than work from other authors, and
to limit readings to 7 minutes or less. Helicon West open mic readings are held every second and fourth Thursday of
the month during USU semesters, 7 PM, at Citrus and Sage, 130 North 100 East, in Logan. The events are free and
open to the public.

Big Band Swing Club
Thursdays: 7:00-9:25 p.m.
HPER 215
$15 for the semester, $3 at the door each time
We teach lessons on old styles of swing dancing called "Lindy Hop". Lessons are from 7-8 p.m. and dancing is until
9:20 p.m. Anyone is welcome to come with or without a partner. We have beginning and intermediate classes. The
first two weeks are free of charge (Jan. 11, 18)!!! New members receive a t-shirt with their membership. This year,
we have two colors and phrases: "Chicks dig guys who are marginal dancers" and "Eat, Drink, and be Merry, for
tonight we Swing" If you have any questions, please feel free to contact us or visit the Web site.

Friday 3/9
Old Barn Community Theatre Presents “The Sound of Music”
7:30 p.m.
2/2-2/24 on Fridays, Saturdays, and Mondays
$7 for adults
Old Barn Community Theatre (Collinston, Utah)
Go to http://www.geocities.com/old_barn/Map.htm for driving directions.

Heritage Community Theatre Presents “Damn Yankees”
7:30 p.m.
2/2-2/24 on Fridays, Saturdays, and Mondays
$8 for adults
Heritage Community Theatre in Perry, Utah
Go to http://www.heritagetheatreutah.com/map.htm for driving directions.

AED Scrub Sale
8:30-2:30 p.m.
TSC 1st Floor
Purchase medical scrubs with the university logo in a variety of colors and sizes. $15 for one (top or bottom) or $25
for two (tops, bottoms, or a set).

Barrett Doran Opening Reception
7:00-9:00 p.m.
Thatcher Young Mansion (35 W 100 S)
The Alliance for the Varied Arts presents "Barrett Doran MFA Photography" on Friday March 9, 2007 from 7-9pm
at the Thatcher Young Mansion. The exhibit will continue through April 11, 2007. There is no charge and the public
is encouraged to attend.

Saturday 3/10
Ullr Chase 40K Cross-Country Ski Race
8:00 a.m.
Franklin Basin
$30-$65 registration fee
The Ullr Chase 40 K Freestyle Cross-Country Ski Race is a point-to-point course in the heart of northern Utah's
spectacular Bear River Range. The course starts and ends up Logan Canyon approximately 20-25 miles from Logan
proper. The starting line is in Franklin Basin and the finish is at the Beaver Creek Campground Parking Lot, just
down the road from Beaver Mountain Ski Resort. The course begins at 6,600ft and gradually climbs to 8,700ft at
Danish Pass 21km into the race. Then gradually descends into Beaver Creek and finishes at the Beaver Creek
Campground Parking lot, 7,000ft and 40km from the start. Go to http://www.usu.edu/camprec/ullr/ for more
information.

Rhythm of Ireland
1:30 and 7:00 p.m.
Ellen Eccles Theatre
$14-$16
The Crawford School of Irish Dance & The Shelley School of Irish Dance are excited to present Utah's first
Riverdance Troupe Rhythm of Ireland. This group encompasses the largest & highest levels of Irish Step Dancers in
the State of Utah.
Defensive Driving Course
8:00-12:00 noon
Cache County Corporate Building Multipurpose Room
$40
Drivers may complete the course for a 50-point reduction from their driving record once every three years. Go to
http://www.utahsafetycouncil.org to register.

Old Barn Community Theatre Presents “The Sound of Music”
7:30 p.m.
2/2-2/24 on Fridays, Saturdays, and Mondays
$7 for adults
Old Barn Community Theatre (Collinston, Utah)
Go to http://www.geocities.com/old_barn/Map.htm for driving directions.

Heritage Community Theatre Presents “Damn Yankees”
7:30 p.m.
2/2-2/24 on Fridays, Saturdays, and Mondays
$8 for adults
Heritage Community Theatre in Perry, Utah
Go to http://www.heritagetheatreutah.com/map.htm for driving directions.

Sunday 3/11
Daylight Savings Time Begins: Set Clocks Ahead

Multicultural Messiah Rehearsals
6:00 p.m.
Dansante Building (59 S 100 W)
Choral rehearsals for the 6th annual multicultural production of Handel's Messiah will begin Sunday, Jan. 21, at the
Dansante Building, 59 South 100 West in downtown Logan. Rehearsals run from 6:00-8:00 p.m.
All adult singers are welcome. For further information, contact John Ribera at 797-7190 or jribera@cc.usu.edu.

Ongoing
VITA Income Tax Preparation
Wednesdays: 4:30-8:30 p.m.
Saturdays: 9:00-4:00 p.m.
The Volunteer Income Tax Assistance (VITA) program is a cooperative effort by the Internal Revenue Service and
many individual states, including Utah, to provide income tax assistance to low-income individuals. Utah State
Volunteers are trained by the Internal Revenue Service and prepare basic income tax returns free of charge at our
designated on-campus VITA site. Our Utah State VITA site offers free IRS electronic filing of tax returns. Visit
http://www.usu.edu/bap/vita.htm for more information.

Aggie Blue Bikes Free Bike Check-Out
Aggie Blue Bikes is a free bike check-out system similar to a library. You can check out a bike for up to a semester at a time.
Go to the building between the Fieldhouse and the Military Science building to get a bike.

Community Bike Classes by Aggie Blue Bikes
Wednesday Nights
Building between Fieldhouse and Military Science
Call 797-8139 for more information.

Student Parent Study Night
Thursdays: 6:00-8:30 p.m.
CCR&R is offering a Student Parent Study Night. Free childcare is available to any USU student who would like to study at the
available times. Childcare is limited! Please call or email to register. 797-1552, www.usuchild@cc.usu.edu.
Recyclemania
1/28-4/7
Over 200 colleges and universities are competing in a recycling competition. Watch for recycling activities and make sure you
recycle everything you can. Call 797-2011 for more information.

Sleigh Rides
Until 3/15
$5/person
Hardware Ranch
Hardware Ranch sleigh rides to see the elk are offered December through March 15. Hours are noon to 4:30 p.m. Thursday,
Friday, Sunday and Monday; and 10 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. on Saturday. Prices are $5 for people age 9 and above; $3 for children ages
4 through 8; children 3 and under ride free. Rides are closed Tuesday and Wednesday. Cash or check only-no credit cards. Go to
http://wildlife.utah.gov/hardwareranch/activities.php for directions.

Brown Bag Support Group
Tuesdays: 12:00-1:00 p.m.
TSC 316A
A discussion group on issues facing GLBT students will be facilitated by the Gay and Lesbian Student Resource Center and the
Counseling Center every Tuesday at noon. Call (435) 797-4297 or e-mail usuglsrc@yahoo.com with questions.

English Conversation Socials
Wednesdays 5:30-6:30 p.m.
RWST 214
Need native speakers of English to meet international students and help them develop English conversational skills.
Conversation socials are open to everyone.

ORC Trip Planning Board
Looking for friends to accompany you on a trip? Visit the Outdoor Recreation Center’s new online trip board at
http://www.usu.edu/orc/tripboard. Post your own trip of find one that matches your interests. If you need help planning, use the
ORC as a resource or go to http://www.usu.edu/orc/trips.

Career Café Drop-In Assistance
M-F: 1:30-2:30 p.m.
Career Services (University Inn 102)
Drop in for assistance with your quick ten minute career questions.

Weekly Peace Vigil
Fridays: 5:00-6:00 p.m.
East side of Main between Center and 100 N
All are welcome.

Big Band Swing Club
Thursdays: 7:00-9:25 p.m.
HPER 215
$15 for the semester, $3 at the door each time
We teach lessons on old styles of swing dancing called "Lindy Hop". Lessons are from 7-8 p.m. and dancing is until 9:20 p.m.
Anyone is welcome to come with or without a partner. We have beginning and intermediate classes. The first two weeks are free
of charge (Jan. 11, 18)!!! New members receive a t-shirt with their membership. This year, we have two colors and phrases:
"Chicks dig guys who are marginal dancers" and "Eat, Drink, and be Merry, for tonight we Swing" If you have any questions,
please feel free to contact us or visit the Web site.

Helicon West Open Mic Night
2nd and 4th Thursdays
7:00 p.m.
Citrus and Sage (130 N 100 E)
Read your poetry and other works! To continue fostering a community of support for original creative work, we ask that readers
arrive 15 minutes early to sign up, to bring their original work rather than work from other authors, and to limit readings to 7
minutes or less. Helicon West open mic readings are held every second and fourth Thursday of the month during USU semesters,
7 PM, at Citrus and Sage, 130 North 100 East, in Logan. The events are free and open to the public.

USU Dance Club
Wednesday Nights
Advanced Jazz and Lyrical at 7:00 p.m.
Hip Hop at 8:30 p.m.
HPER 215
Email staceyh@cc.usu.edu for more information.

USU Salsa Club Free Lessons & Dancing
Tuesdays: 7:30-9:25 p.m.
HPER 102
We offer FREE salsa dancing lessons, we teach "salsa on 1" or usually called "L.A. style salsa." Lessons are every Tuesday from
7:30 p.m. till around 8:30 p.m. and then dancing until 9:25 p.m. Everyone is welcome, all ages, all sizes, and any kind of dancer,
beginner to advanced. You can come with or without a partner. We teach the basic steps to everyone and also teach some
intermediate patterns to those ready to learn more. Remember it is free for everybody. So come and learn to dance "La Salsa."

Anthropology Night
Tuesdays: 6:00-7:00 p.m.
Main 252
Starting September 5, 2006 the Utah State University Museum of Anthropology will be hosting Tuesday night activities from 6-
7pm. Each week will have fun activities focusing on a different exhibit. As always, admission is free. The museum of
Anthropology is located on the USU campus in the south turret of the Old Main Building, room 252. Free parking is available in
the Old Main South parking lot.

General Public Skating
Eccles Ice Center (2825 N 200 E)
$4 and $1.50 skate rental
Monday: 11:30am-1:30pm and 7:15pm-9:15pm
Tuesday: 11:30am-1:30pm and 7:15pm-9:15pm
Wednesday: 11:30am-1:30pm and 7:15pm-9:15pm
Thursday: 11:30am-1:30pm and 7:15pm-9:15pm
Friday: 11:30am-1:30pm and 6pm-9pm
Saturday: 11:30am-1:30pm and 6pm-9pm

Free Drop-In Math and Stats Tutoring
8:30-7:00 p.m.
TSC 225
Go to www.usu.edu/arc for more information.

Elite Hall Dance Night
1st and 3rd Saturday
7:00-11:30 p.m.
Elite Hall Ballroom (98 W Main, Hyrum)
$4 for lessons, $3 for dancing only
Every 1st and 3rd Saturday of the month, the USU Big Band Swing Club hosts lessons and a dance at Hyrum City's historic Elite
Hall Ballroom. The beautiful ballroom is home of the largest dance floor in Cache Valley and one of 2 remaining spring loaded
dance floors in Utah. The beautiful ballroom has a main dance floor and a balcony that surrounds the perimeter of the floor so
you can watch the dancing from above. Elite Hall also houses the annual Harlem Nights Bash & Hellzapoppin' Competition held
in honor of Black History Month.

YOGA at the Whittier Center
Bring a yoga mat if you have one.

Spring Schedule 2007
Tue: 5:45 – 7:00 p.m. All Levels (moderate)
Thu: 5:45 – 7:15 p.m. All Levels (moderate)
Sun: 5:45 – 7:15 p.m. All Levels (vigorous)
Whittier Center: 290 North 400 East, 2nd Floor, NE Corner
Class prices are as follows:
4 class pass/$25.00 (expires 1 month from date of purchase)
Drop-in: $10 Monthly Unlimited: $40
~Scholarship assistance available to those who qualify~

Yoga is a great way to balance school life. It helps to reduce stress and build both strength and flexibility. Classes are upbeat
and physically challenging although students are encouraged to proceed at their own pace. Focus on the breath and moving with
the breath is an important aspect of these classes. Vigorous classes frequently include inversions, backbends, twists and arm
balances. Modifications are given for all levels. All classes end with deep relaxation. Sign up for our email update list as
changes are guaranteed whittiercenteryoga@hotmail.com.

Family Life Center Housing and Financial Counseling
Family Life Center
Call Glenna 435-797-7224
The Family Life Center Housing and Financial Counseling group provides free individual and family counseling and workshops.
Help is available for first-time home buyers and people experiencing financial problems. Additional housing or financial
information can also be obtained. Please call to make an appointment or to find out about current workshops.

Campus Resource Highlight
Dietician services at the Student Health and Wellness Center.
Diet and exercise can play a large role in your success as a student. Perhaps a sluggish performance on a test
indicates that a diet check-up is in order. The Student Health and Wellness Center has a registered dietician on staff
to help with everything from safe weight loss to eating disorder counseling. He or she can even do an evaluation of
your current diet, and make recommendations for a healthier lifestyle. You don’t need an evaluation from a
physician. Call 797-1010 for an appointment.

What to do in Logan
Living in Logan, Utah offers a variety of ways to connect with nature. Indeed many people choose to reside in
Logan because of a love for the rich natural world. Now that the weather is warming up, take a stroll along the
nature trail in Logan Canyon. Stop at the Stokes Nature Center, which is located one mile up Logan Canyon on the
Logan River. It benefits the local community and region by providing opportunities for students of all ages to
explore, learn about and develop appreciation and stewardship for our natural world. For information on programs
and events, visit their website, http://www.logannature.org/.

Logan Eatery
Gia’s Restaurant
119 S Main St
Logan, UT
752-8384
Italian food, steaks, veal, chicken, and seafood.
Daily 10a-10p

Club Spotlight
Music with a Mission
This club provides USU musicians with opportunities to perform across campus and Logan. All tips received at
performances will go directly to reputable aid organizations (i.e. The American Red Cross, The United Way etc.)
This is an awesome way to help yourself and others! Contact the Student Involvement and Leadership Center in
TSC 326 for more information.

Tips from the A-Team
Spring Break!
Spring break is just around the corner… next week in fact! Instead of spending this week dreaming about your
spring jaunt, try to get ahead on your homework. You will thank yourself when you return and your assignments
and papers are done. Sometimes it takes a little time to recuperate from a vacation, and the transition back into
schoolwork will be so much more pleasant if you have put a little effort into studying now. Be safe next week!
Also, if you are interested in obtaining a passport, the Study Abroad Office is coordinating a Passport Fair on
Wednesday, March 21st. If you go home during spring break, you will want to bring your certified birth certificate
back so you can apply for your passport on the 21st. Here is the information on the Passport Fair:

Passport Fair
Wednesday, March 21
10:00-3:00 p.m.
TSC 1st floor
1) Bring proof of US citizenship or naturalization such as a state-issued certified birth certificate, a previous
passport, or a naturalization certificate, if you are foreign born. You must submit this with your application, but it is
returned to you with your passport.
2) Bring a valid state or government photo ID, such as a driver’s license or state issued ID card.
3) Bring checks or money orders for the following:
     • Payable to State Department: $67 (for normal 8-10 week delivery) or $127 (expedited 2-4 week delivery)
     • Payable to Postmaster: $30 (for normal 8-10 week delivery) or $58.80 (expedited 2-4 week delivery)
4) Bring a completed Passport Application if you wish to have it filled out in advance. It is available at
http://travel.state.gov./passport/forms/forms_847.html or at the USU Post Office. Applications will also be available
at the fair.

				
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