While hundreds of WSU students will leave classrooms behind during spring break, a handful will leave to volunteer around the country and around the world. Groups will head to Guatemala, New Orleans and Catalina Island, California, to serve the local communities.
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The Intermountain Sustainability Summit at WSU will showcase three days of events to increase sustainability practices in business, education, government and nonprofit sectors, Feb. 28-March 2.
Thousands of community members across the state will learn more about their brains during a week of events led by WSU psychology and neuroscience students, March 5-9.
The LUNAFEST traveling film festival will screen nine short films at WSU to support female filmmakers and promote awareness of women’s issues, Feb. 23 from 6:30-9 p.m. in the Shepherd Union Wildcat Theater.
The Cut Pollution - Mow Electric lottery will help 762 Utahns exchange for electric mowers. Those who enter the lottery and are selected can exchange their operable gas mower for a new Kobalt 40-volt cordless electric lawn mower.
Jonathan Singer, a clinical social worker and professor of social work at Loyola University will discuss problems, solutions and strategies for addressing youth suicide Feb. 20 at 7:30 p.m.
The rich cultural heritage of Cuba as seen through the lens of eight Utah photographers will be on display Feb. 14 through April 23 in the Weber State University Stewart Library.
Storytellers will gather to share tales with audiences of all ages at WSU’s annual Storytelling Festival, Feb. 26-28. For 22 years, the award-winning festival has been a place for both national talent and local storytellers to perform.
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