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Under blue lighting that added to the sharp, mountain imagery, Justun Hart stepped onto the Ellen Eccles Theater stage and debuted the play “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers.”
Kitfox launched a Kickstarter campaign Jan. 19 to raise $10,000 to record an album in Nashville in March.
“You hearty, farty slangwhanger” caught everyone’s attention as Brittney McDonald began to read her bad poem. McDonald is the vice president of Utah State University’s creative writing club, the Bull Pen. Bull Pen and Sigma Tau Delta, the English department’s honor society, hosted this year’s Bad Poetry Night.
Soulful music, food to feed the soul and poetry from the soul were the themes at the Black Student Union’s annual Night of Soul last Saturday.
What do the Veteran Memorial, the etchings in the Agricultural Science building, the headstones in the Logan Cemetery and the plaques in Old Main all have in common?
How to stay healthy through exercise, eating well and cutting back on sweets have been common topics for the past 30 years, as obesity levels rise. But what exactly is causing that increase is now being discussed.
With spring break fast approaching, many would agree that slugging it out this far into the semester calls for celebration.
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.
‘Tattooed Mormon’ blogger visits USU