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USUSA Actively Moving Forward (AMF) is a support network for college students grieving the illness or death of a loved one, comprised of two main aspects:

  • 1. Peer support group: meetings are held the first and third Tuesday of each month in Old Main 224A at 7:30 PM. This is an environment in which grieving peers can realize they are not alone connect with each other through shared experiences (it does not replace counseling).
  • 2. Service group: throughout each semester, we coordinate opportunities for all who are interested in supporting grieving college students to come together through service.

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The USUSA Aggie Canyoneering Club helps students foster a love for the outdoors, develop the technical skills needed to safely enjoy Canyoneering, and to create a community of canyoneers here at Utah State University. For seasoned canyoneers and beginners alike.

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Aggie Game Night (AGN), a social club, meets every Friday at 7pm in ENGR 201 to play board games. Everyone is welcome (students, staff, faculty, and public) and there are no fees required. Stay for an hour or stay until midnight. However much your mind and body can take.
   
   Every week is different but we can have anywhere from 15 to 55 people attending. AGN has a library of games from which to choose and you can always bring your own to share. We teach games we know and like to learn new games too.

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The Aggies for Christ are a group of Christian students sponsored by the Logan church of Christ. AFC helps students develop friendships with other Christians that will last a lifetime. Spirituality is strengthened through Bible studies, devos, service projects, weekend trips, and extended mission trips. But, above all, the focus and goal of Aggies for Christ is to glorify, honor, and serve our mighty God and lift up His holy name at Utah State University.

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The American Medical Student Association (AMSA) is the oldest and largest independent organization of physicians-in-training in the US. The USU chapter’s mission is to provide significant experiences and peer support to inspire Pre-MED students to become involved in the community and to become exceptional physicians.

 

Meetings: Monday 3:00-4:00 in VSB 302

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We act as a support group for people in the animal rights movement. We will be doing volunteer-work as well as some work in educating others in the goals of animal rights. All are welcome!

Please feel free to join our Facebook group: https://www.facebook.com/groups/263539240949439/

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USUSA Utaku is a club for students to gather and discus, watch, and share their love of all things Anime, Comic books, Doctor Who the Sky's the limit! Club Activities include but are not limited to: Viewing Days: where we watch sample episodes of a series or genera. Reading Days: where we bring in manga and comics to share and read in club. Member Days: where a member can run the activity for a day. We will be planning and organizing groups for conventions as well such as comic con, anime banzai, and other fun events.

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The USUSA Anthropology Club's purpose is to promote anthropological interests and awareness; to promote the learning process of students interested in anthropology and its related disciplines; to enhance educational opportunities of the department and provide further enrichment outside the classroom; to foster ties between the university and community, as well as other anthropological organizations and departments on campus.

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The USUSA Archery club gives students a safe and affordable place to practice archery at the Cache Valley Shooting Range. Students can get a club membership pass at the range for the duration of a semester at a great discount. Equipment is available to use for beginners upon the purchase of a membership pass. Club leadership is usually there on Friday evenings but members can shoot whenever the range is open.

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The USUSA Backcountry Hunters and Anglers Description.

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Since Fall 1998, the USU Big Band Swing Club has been teaching and helping students, teachers, and the community to appreciate the American heritage of swing dancing. Still standing and better than ever, the history of club continues today, and we welcome all to come and enjoy the sounds of the great big bands from our countries history.

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This is a club for students with disabilities run by students with disabilities. We work to create an all inclusive, safe, fun community for students with disabilities at USU. The goal being to promote pride and create a voice on campus.

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 The USU Billiards Club is the classiest club on campus. We meet twice a month to enjoy an evening of billiards, socializing, and snacks. 

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The Bull Pen is Utah State University's one and only creative writing club. It meets on Mondays at 3:30 in the Ray B. West building, room 214. Bull Pen members get to be a part of a growing and active writing community in which writers strive to help each other improve.

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The USUSA Cache Valley Rollers club provides an opportunity for those who enjoy roller skating and rollerblading to gather together and share this interest. We go every Tuesday to "Sk80s" Night at the Cache Valley Fun Park from 9PM to 11PM. No matter what skill level, anyone is welcome to join and roll with us! We will occasionally host themed nights at Sk80s as well as instructional nights for those wanting to improve their skating/blading skills. This is a great opportunity to have some fun, exercise, and make some friends!

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The purpose of Cadaver Tour Club is to have USU students provide education and exposure of anatomy to the surrounding community members, students, and current/future health professionals. This is achieved through exposure to a variety of different dissections of the cadavers.


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The Catholic Newman Club is home to Catholic students on Utah State's campus. We are located across the street from the ARC at the chapel - open 24/7 for peace and quiet. We have Mass every Sunday at 6pm, lead by our priest Father Joshua. We also hold bible study every Monday night at 7:30. Come and join us!

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To advertise, organize, and assist with the Charity Anywhere Foundation expeditions. We want to help students at USU and others to have opportunities to be involved in a humanitarian expedition with minimal cost to them. We hope these expeditions will build the character of each volunteer and provide leadership opportunities for many. We also want to help Charity Anywhere carry out their mission and goals in any way possible.

Facebook: facebook.com/Charity-Anywhere-USUSA-Chapter-106621579367421/?ref=nf

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The Chess Club brings chess playing opportunities to the students of Utah State University.

Website: https://usuchessclub.wixsite.com/usuchessclub

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USUSA Circle K is an international collegiate service organization that is a sponsored leadership program of Kiwanis International. It promotes service, leadership, and fellowship.

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The USUSA College Democrats is the Utah State branch of the national College Democrats of America, the official youth outreach arm of the Democratic National Committee.

 

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CFC is a group of students who love Jesus Christ and desire to serve Him. We take the challenge of the Bible seriously to make an impact in our world and try to live that out in our everyday lives. In our meetings, we dig deep into the Bible and challenge ourselves to serve Him at all costs. Our weekly meetings are in a relaxed atmosphere that encourage discussion and questions. We participate in active outreach into our community and enjoy fun activities together throughout the year.

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Collegiate FFA enhances the collegiate experience through service and engagement to create premier leader, enable personal growth and ensure career success.

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The Communication Studies Club unites people with the desire to get involved on campus and improve communication skills. All students accepted into the Communication Studies major are part of this great club and have the opportunity to help plan and organize events on campus while working directly with USU’s top professors.

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This organization is to provide a safe, educational environment for students and community to learn and practice country swing dancing.

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The Bull Pen (Creative Writing Club) is a place where English majors and non-English majors alike can learn more about the elements of Creative Writing, including Fiction, Non-Fiction and Poetry. It is led by a President and two Vice Presidents.

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This club will encourage members to make friends, be active and participate in local 5ks by creating a fun and safe environment.

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The USUSA dancers club provides students the opportunity to experience, learn, and engage in dance in a fun and safe environment and learn a variety of dances with their peers. Free to come for both students and non-students. We learn dances in hip hop, lyrical, jazz, contemporary, and more! Come learn something new or come remember how much you love to dance!
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Days for Girls is a non-profit organization that constructs reusable feminine hygiene kits for women all over the world. Each kit is sent off to keep a girl stay in school, work, and break the stigma associated with menstruation. We aid in the assembling of these kits to empower women everywhere.

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We are an organization that strives to bring like-minded people together, to learn and organize political action in the goal to create open good-faith conversations about socialism and how it fits in our modern world, but also to build a community of leaders and active citizens. To learn together and to have fun. We want to create various outlets for members to be able to participate in any way they feel capable of doing so.

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Excellence in Neuroscience is an interdisciplinary group of USU students, community members and neuroscience professionals striving to further the field of neuroscience. Excellence in Neuroscience offers an opportunity to enrich personal knowledge of neuroscience, network, and improve neuroscience awareness at Utah State University and in the community.

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Family, Career and Community Leaders of America is a nonprofit national career and technical student organization for young men and women in Family and Consumer Sciences education. Everyone is part of a family, and FCCLA is the only national Career and Technical Student Organization with the family as its central focus. Since 1945, FCCLA members have been making a difference in their families, careers, and communities by addressing important personal, work, and societal issues through Family and Consumer Sciences education.

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   At Film Club we watch and discuss critically acclaimed movies. We have a weekly genre or category and then we vote on films in those categories to watch for the week. It is a fun, laid-back and unpretentious atmosphere.

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The national Financial Planning Association currently serves more than 25,000 members — financial planners, associated professionals, academics, students, large firms and independent practitioners — who lead and manage more than 15,500 organizations. The Utah State Student Chapter is affiliated with the Utah FPA Chapter. Officers in the Student Chapter plan monthly professional meetings, service activities, and the Annual Banquet. The professional meetings present wonderful opportunities to learn the dynamic details of financial planning while networking with prestigious financial planners with real experience. Service activities provide students hands-on financial experience in the community. The Annual Banquet and Financial Careers Fair connects students and financial planners in a networking environment like no other.

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We will be going fly fishing, and going on sweet adventures with cool people.

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 The Global Communication club's purpose is to foster an environment of cultural awareness and to learn about cultures and communication across the globe. The club will bring together various disciplines and is open to anyone interested in widening their perspective about the world. 

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The Utah State Gymnastics Club has local competitions for both men and women. We are the only collegiate men’s team in Utah. We also offer gymnastics to those who have never tried it before so come learn some flips!

 

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 It’s racquetball with gloves! Four walls, two hands, lots of fun. Come play!

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HOSA-Future Health Professionals is an international organization that helps students become leaders in the global health community through education, collaboration, and experience. Activities such as guest speakers and internship opportunities are available through HOSA.

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I Am That Girl is an organization that allows everyone to be, express, and love exactly who they are! Despite what our name implies, we invite and encourage people of all genders to come to our meetings. We provide a space for people to celebrate their own successes, share their stories without judgement, support one another, and discuss topics that matter. We have a new discussion topic or activity each week. Please don't hesitate to contact the club president for a complete schedule of events or more information.

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USUSA Improv seeks to promote a safe and cooperative atmosphere for the concerted practice of the discipline of Improvisational comedy. We aim to establish a team of dedicated performers to share our talents at university and community events.

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In the International Studies Club you will find a community of students who are global citizens! Each week we have a study room in the library to do homework, help each other, and analyze current news and issues. Look up our Twitter, Instagram & Facebook pages (@usuisclub) to join in our discussions on current issues! You can also join us for our monthly events that include the Professor's Debate and touring an international business! There are no club fees and we welcome students from any background!

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The Purpose of InterVarsity Christian Fellowship/USA is to establish and advance at colleges and universities witnessing communities of students and faculty who follow Jesus as Savior and Lord: growing in love for God, God’s Word, God’s people of every ethnicity and culture and God’s purposes in the world.

ivutah.org

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The focus of USUSA Invests is to create an environment for students to learn and share algorithmic investing tactics using Python, to accomplish that USUSA Invests hosts a number of skilled/ professional speakers on the various strategies of investing.

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It's a free club to join and anyone is welcome! ITSA stands for the Instructional Technology Student Association. ITSA gives students access to 3D printers and laser cutters. ITSA club members are interested in instructional design, video game design, multimedia design, computer programming and coding, and much more. ITSA's mission is to create positive atmosphere wherein professional excellence and moral principles coexist. ITSA creates a great opportunity to network with fellow students, faculty, alumni, & potential employers. All ITLS students are automatically members.

itls.usu.edu/current/itsa

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The USUSA Jazz Education Network will be a place where students can learn about, hear, and perform jazz. It is deeply rooted in helping musicians grow their skills as jazz educators.

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USU Jujitsu is a club that teaches self-defense for everyone and for every level! We specialize in Japanse Jujitsu but also know some Brazillian. Our club meets on Saturdays for a few hours and learns new technics as well as just grapples. There are a lot of us that help teach the club and we like to make it fun with different things every week.

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  • Hayden Jardine
  • USUjujitsu@gmail.com
  • (801) 615-0625
 

The USUSA Jump Rope Club is a club to introduce students to a sport that can help keep you fit doing a fun activity.  This club will teach you how to enjoy jump rope as a fitness routine while learning single rope and double dutch skills while having fun.

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USUSA Latin Dance Club provides students an opportunity to know more about the Latin culture through one of it's most important cultural traits: dance. The USUSA Latin Dance Club will introduce different dances from many parts of Latin America bringing together diverse cultures in a safe and fun environment.

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The Logan Latter-Day Saint Student Association is located west of the TSC in the Logan LDS Institute of Religion. We offer over two hundred free religious classes, monthly activities, weekly service opportunities, and weekly speakers for any and all who want to enjoy with us!

studentview.lds.org/home.aspx/60036

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The MFTSA is comprised of undergraduate and graduate students who are interested in promoting and learning about marriage and family therapy. Activities include learning more about the field of MFT, learning about graduate programs and te application processes, promoting the USU Marriage and Family Therapy Clinic, and raising awareness about marriage and family therapy at USU and in the community. USUMFTA@gmail.com

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This is the Utah State University chapter of the Medieval Club, which is a campus based group for history lovers of the dark, middle, high middle, and renaissance ages. This is also sponsored by the local SCA (Society of Creative Anachronism) chapter (Shire of Cote du Ciel) located in Logan, Utah.

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Promote awareness and practice of mindfulness meditation. We instruct new meditators in proper technique and offer guidance. We also serve as a weekly forum for those who wish to practice meditation in group setting. For the Fall 2017 semester, we meet on Tuesdays in TSC 335 from 2:00 to 2:50 p.m.

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Our purpose is to enable middle schoolers to obtain post-secondary education by providing college readiness curriculum to their attended schools. We recognize that middle school students are at the vital age to make important decisions and as university students we have the ability to influence them for good.

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A club for the Master's of Second Language Teaching program.

Facebook: facebook.com/groups/USU.MSLT/

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The USUSA Music Producer's Club Description.

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The USUSA Muslim Student's Club Description.

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USU NAMI is a club for mental health awareness at Utah State University.

Facebook: facebook.com/namiusu/

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NSCS at Utah State University is an honor society inviting high-achieving freshmen and sophomores. Members must have a GPA of 3.4 or above and rank in the top 20 percent of their class.

Facebook: facebook.com/nscs.utahstate/

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The Navigators is a non-denominational christian group focused on knowing Jesus and making Him know. Our calling is to advance the Gospel of Jesus and His Kingdom into the nations through spiritual generations of laborers living and discipling among the lost.

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Operation Smile is a private, not-for-profit volunteer medical services organization providing reconstructive surgery and related health care to indigent children and young adults in developing countries and the United States. Operation Smile provides education and training around the world to physicians and other healthcare professionals to achieve long-term self sufficiency. Since its creation by Dr. William Magee in 1982, Operation Smile International has been dedicated to restoring the smiles and human dignity of people who have been afflicted with congenital facial and functional abnormalities. Much of Operation Smile’s efforts have been directed to underdeveloped nations in which the necessary medical technology either does not exist or is not accessible to those who need it. Operation smile works to ensure that children born with facial abnormalities are not condemned to a life of shame, ostracism and loneliness. Operation Smile has a presence in more than 60 countries and since its founding in 1982, has provided more than 220,000 free surgical procedures for children and young adults born with cleft lip, cleft palate and other facial deformities. Operation Smile is independent of all political, religious, and ethnic affiliations and is funded solely through individual and corporate donations.

Facebook: facebook.com/keepsmilingusu/

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The USUSA Operation Underground Railroad's purpose is to recruit and engage students in the fight against human trafficking by seeking to raise awareness and funds for Operation Underground Railroad

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The mission of the USUSA oSTEM at USU is to provide/offer services and support for LGBTQIA+ students in science, technology, engineering, and mathematics (STEM). We are committed to advocacy, mentorship, and engagement among LGBTQIA+ students to create a dynamic network between students and professionals in industry and academia.

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USUSA Pickleball Club Description

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The Utah State University Student Association (USUSA) Pre-Dental Club's mission is to provide opportunities for students of Utah State University to explore, be exposed to, and learn about careers in dentistry and dental hygiene.

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The Utah State University Student Association (USUSA) Pre-Med Club is a non-profit student organization who's purpose is to help all Utah State University Pre-Med Students become excellent physicians by providing peer support, promoting involvement and collaboration, and facilitating meaningful experiences.

Facebook: facebook.com/ususapremedclub/

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The Pre-Occupational Therapy Club prepares students pursuing a future in Occupational Therapy with the necessary knowledge, skills and connections to prepare them for acceptance and success in occupational therapy school.

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Our mission is to educate and serve our peers along with the community while preparing ourselves for a career in Optometry.

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The goal of our club is to provide an out of class environment where students, interested in pursuing a career as a physician assistant, can come to share their excitement and enthusiasm for their future career. We attempt to teach our club members what they must accomplish during their undergraduate years to be a strong applicant for PA school. We also hope to provide students with opportunities to grow as undergraduate students.

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USU Pre-Pharmacy club's goal is to create a fun environment for individuals to work towards applying to pharmacy school. We will also provide more pharmacy related information to students already set on applying or those just beginning to explore pharmacy as a career in health.

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The aim of the pre-physical therapy club includes students interested in physical therapy and occupational therapy. The club provides unique opportunities for networking among physical therapists within and outside the community, and is an excellent resource for learning more about the physical therapy profession and the requirements for entry into the physical therapy program

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The USUSA PRSSA Description.

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Young men and women, usually in a college/university based setting, ages 18-30. It is a service club that is part of a global effort to bring peace and understanding to the world. The effort starts at the community level but knows no limits to its outreach. Rotary clubs can individually or jointly sponsor a Rotaract club. Costs are borne by the Rotaract members or donated funds. Rotaract provides a wonderful extension of Interact Club members as they go to college.

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USUSA Scriptural Reasoning refers to interfaith group studies of sacred texts. Each week, club members chose a topic of common concern among various religious or nonreligious groups. Each participant then brings a one to two paragraph passage of text from their religious or nonreligious tradition that addresses the issue to discuss with the group.

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The goal of Utah State Secular Student Alliance is to allow atheist, agnostic, free-thinking, skeptic, and humanist students an opportunity to obtain and share knowledge, think critically about important issues, and get involved in the university and community at large.

Facebook: facebook.com/utahstatesecularstudentalliance/

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The USUSA Sole Survivor Club is the place to be for any fans of the CBS tv show "Survivor", the very first and most famous competition reality show ever! We'll try to get together often to watch the most recent episodes, play the board game, and discuss both current and past seasons and players! Let's see if you've got what it takes to be the Sole Survivor!

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The USUSA Skateboard Club Description.

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Our club helps those interested in skydiving to learn how to skydive on their own in a fun and friendly environment. This includes becoming a certified skydiver and obtaining an A license. We skydive together at least 1 or 2 weekends a month and we can carpool for those needing a ride to the different drop zones. We also do more experienced jumps such as helicopter/hot air balloon jumps and off site jumps into Cache Valley etc. for those that have at least a B license (50+ skydives). All club members will have to pay their own cost for each jump ticket but once certification is acquired the price is significantly cheaper. It is roughly $38 a jump ticket once certification is complete. The $38 includes all the equipment rented as well. It is $24 if a skydiver owns their own equipment.

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The USUSA Skiing and Snowboarding Club Description

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Provide opportunities for Voice students to augment their performance education through business management, teaching, acting, and community service activities.

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USUSA Society of Aviation Maintenance Professionals

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The club community consists of students from Utah State University who desire to learn and play the sport of Spikeball in a friendly and competitive environment. The community hopes to spread campus-wide and promote the club as well as the sport of Spikeball, to anyone who is interested.

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The USUSA Students Defending Students Description.

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The USUSA Technical Communication Club provides students with many networking opportunities and a chance to develop their professional and technical skills. Students can come to explore the field of technical communication, participate in technology workshops, network with alumni, and socialize with others.

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The Octaves are the USU men's a cappella group, who perform both on campus and in the community.

Facebook: www.facebook.com/usuoctaves/

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The USUSA Unicycling Club Description.

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The USUSA United Utah Party Club Description.

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To establish connections with fellow violists throughout Utah; To provide musical performances and educational events to members of the musical community including USU students and alumni, students from other universities, and high school and prospective students.

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With the creation of the new Yoga Minor, there is a need to share the practice of yoga and bring awareness to the program. The USUSA Yoga Club will be a way to share this art and also give students, who are training to be yoga instructors, a place they can practice the skills needed to transition successfully into the world with the skills they will acquire at USU.

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Promoting the ideas of individual freedom, a strong national defense, free enterprise, and traditional values

Facebook: facebook.com/usuyaf/

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The USUSA Young Life Description.

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