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Allegro! offers discounted tickets to students

Allegro! offers discounted tickets to students

One of the many clubs on campus this year is a club named Allegro!. Allegro! members can purchase tickets to many Ogden Symphony and Ballet Association events at a fraction of the cost. In addition, Allegro! provides a pre-concert reception, including refreshments and a venue to talk with other Allegro! members, to those purchasing tickets […]

An addition always seen when paying tuition is “student fee.” Ranging in various dollar amounts, many students look at these fees and wonder what they are paying for. The Student Services Expo, themed “Services at work for you,” will be held in the Shepherd Union Atrium on Sept. 25, from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. […]

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The Salt Palace Convention Center will host the 2013 Salt Lake Comic Con Sept. 5–7. The convention includes panels and booths with a variety of successful guest speakers from the film/TV, comic, computer game and book industries. Advance sales for the event have already hit more than $30,000 and continue to rise. This year’s guests include William […]

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Annual fair looks to connect students and community

Students and community partners alike crowded the Shepherd Union Atrium on Wednesday for the Center for Community Engaged Learning‘s annual Volunteer Fair. Community partners are organizations within the community that work through the CCEL to allow students volunteer opportunities. Partners set up booths where students were invited to stop and get more information as they passed […]

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Nontraditional/Women’s Center host open house

The Nontraditional Student Center & Hourly Child Care and Women’s Center, both located in the Shepherd Union Building, Suite 322, hosted the Queen of Hearts Open House to kicked off fall semester on Sept. 4. Continuing the Block Party’s theme of Wildcat Wonderland, the centers were decorated with rabbits, Mad Hatters, decks of cards and […]

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Now that many of us have rejoiced in the fact that the college football season is finally upon us, we now have an excuse to lay around all day Saturday, flipping through channels to see who may become the next “Johnny Football” or “Northern Illinois Huskies.” After the first week, some great things have already […]

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