The Society of Physics Students busted myths ranging from testing the conductivity of water to microwaving diamonds in its own rendition of “Mythbusters” on Friday.
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The Dress and Humanity class took “reduce, reuse and recycle” to a new level in its annual Re:invent Fashion Show on Tuesday.
On the last day of Natural Resources Week, the college of Natural Resources wanted to give students a break.
On April 3, Ryker Bennett, a 5-year-old with neurofibromatosis, single-handedly raised awareness about the disease at a benefit concert.
The Asia Project slammed out poetry with both serious and lighter vibes Friday for Slam Poet Night.
A new exhibit in the art museum poses the question of whether art and science mix by exploring the relationships between the arts and the STEM fields of science, technology, engineering and math. In addition to the newly-opened ArtsySTEM’s exhibit, NEHMA unveiled a second exhibit called “The Dorothy and Herbert Vogel Collection: 50 Works for 50 States.”
“Rabbit Hole,” a Pulitzer Prize winning play written by David Lindsay-Abaire, premiered at Utah State University on Tuesday at the Fine Arts Center. It was a play about, “Grief, but more a play about a family trying to find love through the hard time of this grief,” said director Jason Spelbring.
Students of all sexual orientations went back in time to the Roaring Twenties on Friday at the Logan Country Club to enjoy smooth jazz music and dancing at the Gay Straight Alliance’s Speakeasy.
‘Tattooed Mormon’ blogger visits USU
Utah State University’s Music Department hosted the “Russian Recital,” featuring world-renowned pianist Nikolai Choubine and soprano Cindy Dewey. The recital took place on March 17 in the Caine Performance Hall.