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Clubs: Ethnic & Cultural
Contact Person: Ginger Udy
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To provide learning experiences through the conversation tables, experience Arabic culture through food and cinema and to promote cultural awareness through public involvement and service
Contact Person: Lusine Dokhoyan
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org
Armenian Students Association is established for the purpose of providing opportunities for the Utah State University and local community to experience the social and cultural aspects of the Armenian community.
Contact Person: Seth Cook
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Among the many purposes of our inclusive society, we strive to incorporate men and women alike, who enjoy the company of others and have an appreciation for all that a beard and/or moustache can represent. We maintain high levels of class and sophistication expected from such a society. The beard and moustache society will play a positive role in the lives of our members, our community and the world.
Contact Person: Justin Van Noy
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Provide Chinese cultural experiences for Utah State Students and assist those desiring to improve their Chinese language abilities
Contact Person: Jonathan Kuhl
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To unite students and staff with the common purpose of experiencing German culture; through meetings, activities, education and community development.
Contact Person: Jonathan McGarry
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Great place to either refresh or learn the most beautiful language in the world! We could even teach you some amazing cooking skills!
Contact Person: Luis Rodriguez
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This club will serve as an established support system that will recruit high school students into higher education but, most importantly, retain them once they are there B. Extracurricular activities. C. Service D. Leadership
Contact Person: Trevor Irish
Contact Email: firstname.lastname@example.org, email@example.com
We promote local and regional medieval events, organizations, and groups.
Contact Person: Porter Illi
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The USU Middle East Club is for both Arab and non-Arab students alike, with our main objective being mutual understanding and appreciation through linguistic, political, religious and cultural immersion. From political panels, participation in the Model Arab League and Arabic-speaking hours, to pot luck dinners and movie nights; the club hosts numerous activities that help foster an environment of learning, discovery and indeed fun.
Contact Person: Seth Drury
Contact Email: SACNAS@usu.edu
SACNAS is a society of scientists dedicated to fostering the success of Hispanic/Chicano and Native American scientists—from college students to professionals—to attain advanced degrees, careers, and positions of leadership in science. The USU Chapter is across several colleges and will promote diversity in sciences to all levels of students and professionals
Contact Person: Ryan Barnett
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Our principle goal is conversation, but we also play games ,watch movies, and do other activities as a group to better our Spanish and learn more about the culture of Spanish speaking areas around the world.
Contact Person: Newton Neto
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To promote awareness of the culture and language of the eight Portuguese speaking countries (Brazil, Mozambique, Angola, Portugal, Guinea-Bissau, Sao Tome and Principe, Cape Verde, and East Timor).
Contact Person: Ibrahim Celik (Secretary)
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Our ultimate goal is to present Turkish culture in USU and therefore get new students involved in our activities.
The USU Pagan Alliance(USUPA) club is available for all USU students who participate in or are interested in Pagan, Earth based spirituality or cultural revivalist traditions. We learn and study together, celebrate the seasons and provide community services. We also provide a positive environment for those students to express their religious beliefs and have discussions with their peers and community. We interact and aid other student organizations and show our school spirit whenever we can! In our meetings we discuss a wide range of Pagan topics of concern from environmental issues, divination, religious paths, occult philosophy, and other topics of interest. We organize movie nights, rituals to celebrate Pagan festivals, trips to visit Pagan shops or attend events. We are an open-minded, relaxed group of people that love to share. There is always a place for new-comers and whether you are a seasoned practitioner or just curious we can’t help but welcome you.