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Spring 2015

 

February 2015

Wednesday (Feb. 11):  WSU’s Small Business Development Center presents “Start Smart: Business Start-Up Seminar,” a two-hour single-session workshop designed to help entrepreneurs understand the basics to start a business, 6 p.m., Ogden City Business Information Center, AmeriCan Complex (2036 Lincoln Ave., Ste. 105, Ogden) free, register at clients.utahsbdc.org/events.aspx.
 
Thursday (Feb. 12): WSU’s Goddard School of Business & Economics hosts the Ralph Nye Executive Lecture Series, speaker Darrell van Amen, HomeStreet Bank CEO and vice president, noon, Wattis Business Building Smith Lecture Hall, free, 801-626-7307 orgsbe@weber.edu.
 
Thursday (Feb. 12): WSU’s Men’s Basketball vs. Southern Utah, 7 p.m., Dee Events Center, $26/$23/$19/$16/$12/$10/$8/free,weberstatetickets.com.
 
Friday-Monday (Feb. 13-16): WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts the Cooperative Presidents Day Back Country Yurt Trip, Bloomington Canyon, Idaho, $100/$80, prior experience and pre-trip meeting attendance required, outdoorprogram@weber.edu orweber.edu/outdoor/presidentsday-backcountryyurttrip.html.
 
Friday (Feb. 13): WSU’s Toastmasters Club will meet 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Lampros Hall Room 218D, free, public welcome, contacthparker@weber.edu or facebook.com/WSU.Goddard.Toastmasters.
 
Friday (Feb. 13): WSU Hockey vs. BYU, 7 p.m., Weber County Ice Sheet, $5/$3, weberstatehockey.com.
 
Friday (Feb. 13): WSU Cultural Affairs hosts On Ensemble, combining ancient Japanese taiko instruments with contemporary influences, 7:30 p.m., Peery’s Egyptian Theater (2415 Washington Blvd. Ogden,) $20/$15, 801-626-6570, weberstatetickets.com.
 
Saturday (Feb. 14): WSU’s Men’s Basketball vs. Northern Arizona, 7 p.m., Dee Events Center, $26/$23/$19/$16/$12/$10/$8/free,weberstatetickets.com.
 
Monday (Feb. 16): President’s Day – campus closed.
 
Tuesday (Feb. 17):  WSU’s Stewart Library hosts the “Weber Reads” book club discussing “Garth Williams – Illustrator of Charlotte’s Web,” 12:30 p.m., Stewart Library Hetzel-Hollein Room, free, open to public, reading materials provided, kmackay@weber.edu.
 
Wednesday (Feb. 18):  WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts weekly Ogden Dawn Patrol cross-country skiing (continues until April 8), 4:30 a.m., WSU Outdoor Program, free, 801-626-6373 or outdoorprogram@weber.edu.
 
Wednesday (Feb. 18): WSU’s Center for Community Engaged Learning hosts “Powered by Pizza: Role of Evolution in Education,” 11 a.m., Shepherd Union Lair, free, public welcome, bring New York Times, lmurray@weber.edu or 801-626-7737.
 
Wednesday (Feb. 18): The Latter-day Saint Student Association hosts a devotional for young adults featuring Chris Stewart, Utah congressman, 12:30 p.m., Ogden LDS Institute of Religion (1302 Edvalson St., Ogden), free, 801-621-1800.
 
Wednesday (Feb. 18): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts hosts Winter Choirfest, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Austad Auditorium, cdenniston@weber.edu or weberstatetickets.com.
 
Thursday (Feb. 19): WSU’s LGBT Resource Center hosts the LGBT book club, 2:30-3:30 p.m., “If You Could Be Mine: A Novel,” Student Services Center 154, jaysonstokes@weber.edu or 801-626-7271.
 
Thursday (Feb. 19): WSU’s Goddard School of Business & Economics hosts the Ralph Nye Executive Lecture Series, speaker Janelle Page, KickFire co-founder and CEO, noon, Wattis Business Building Smith Lecture Hall, free, 801-626-7307 or gsbe@weber.edu.
 
Thursday (Feb. 19):  WSU’s Shaw Gallery Film Series presents “Pump,” a film discussing fuel use in the USA, 7 p.m., Peery’s Egyptian Theater (2415 Washington Blvd, Ogden), free, public invited, cdenniston@weber.edu.
 
Thursday (Feb. 19): WSU Women’s Basketball vs. Montana State, 7 p.m., Dee Events Center, $7/$5/$3/free, weberstatetickets.com.
 
Friday (Feb. 20): The WSU Walker Institute of Politics & Public Service and the WSU Women’s Center host “Elect Her: Weber State Women Win,” a workshop involving hands-on campaigning skills, 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Hurst Center Dumke Hall, free, lunch included, register by Feb. 6 at weber.edu/womenscenter/elect-her.html.
 
Friday (Feb. 20): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts presents the musical “Damn Yankees,” a baseball fan sells his soul for his team, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Allred Theater, $12/$10, cdenniston@weber.edu or weberstatetickets.com.
 
Saturday (Feb. 21):  WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts “Intro to Back Country Touring,”  course designed to introduce ski-touring basics, 8 a.m.-5 p.m., Mt. Ben Lomond, $20-$50, 801-626-6373 or weber.edu/outdoor/Introduction_to_back_country_touring.html.
 
Saturday (Feb. 21):  WSU’s Small Business Development Center presents “Start Smart: Business Start-Up Seminar,” a two-hour single-session workshop designed to help entrepreneurs understand the basics to start a business, 10 a.m., WSU Downtown (2314 Washington Blvd., Ogden) free, register at clients.utahsbdc.org/events.aspx.
 
Saturday (Feb. 21): WSU’s College of Applied Science & Technology hosts the FIRST Tech Challenge Robotics Utah State Championship, 11 a.m.-6 p.m., Swenson Gym, free, public welcome, 801-626-7552 or utftc@weber.edu.
 
Saturday (Feb. 21): WSU Women’s Basketball vs. Montana, 2 p.m., Dee Events Center, $7/$5/$3/free, weberstatetickets.com.
 
Saturday (Feb. 21): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts presents the musical “Damn Yankees” with a baseball fan who sells his soul for his team, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Allred Theater, $12/$10, American Sign Language interpretation at this performance,cdenniston@weber.edu or weberstatetickets.com.
 
Saturday (Feb. 21): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts presents the WSU Wind Ensemble, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Austad Auditorium, $7/$6, cdenniston@weber.edu or weberstatetickets.com.
 
Saturday (Feb. 21): WSU’s Center for Community Engaged Learning hosts “Concert for Adrian,” a memorial scholarship fundraiser, 7:30 p.m., Peery’s Egyptian Theater (2415 Washington Blvd., Ogden), $10 minimum donation, ccel@weber.edu or 801-626-7737.
 
Monday-Wednesday (Feb. 23-25): WSU’s 18th Annual Storytelling Festival featuring national and local storytellers, various times and locations, weber.edu/storytellingstory@weber.edu.

Monday (Feb. 23): The Weber Historical Society presents “Freemasonry and Mormonism,” a lecture by historian Michael Homer, 7 p.m., Lindquist Alumni Center Garden Room, eswedin@weber.edu.

Tuesday (Feb. 24): WSU’s Center for Diversity & Unity hosts “Picking for Perfection:  A Contemporary Eugenics Movement,” 1:30-2:45 p.m., Shepherd Union Room 232, free, teresaholt@weber.edu or 801-626-6957.

Tuesday (Feb. 24): WSU’s Department of History and Asian Studies host the 2015 WSU Film Festival featuring Ernst Lubitsch’s film Die Berg Katz (The Mountain Cat) the story of a woman at odds with the local gendarmerie, 7 p.m., Shepherd Union Wildcat Theater, free, public welcome, glewis@weber.edu.

Tuesday (Feb. 24): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts presents the musical “Damn Yankees” a baseball fan sells his soul for his team, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Allred Theater, $12/$10, WSU student night, free admission with valid Wildcard,cdenniston@weber.edu or weberstatetickets.com.
 
Wednesday, Friday-Sunday (Feb. 25, 27-29): WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts the AIARE Avalanche 1 Course – Yurt Based “Decision Making in Avalanche Terrain,” various locations, $350/$250, outdoorprogram@weber.edu or weber.edu/outdoor/AIARE-avalanche1-course.html.
 
Wednesday (Feb. 25):  WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts weekly Ogden Dawn Patrol cross-country skiing (continues until April 8), 4:30 a.m., WSU Outdoor Program, free, 801-626-6373 or outdoorprogram@weber.edu
 
Wednesday (Feb. 25): WSU’s American Democracy Project hosts Deliberative Democracy Day, WSU community members will discuss minimum wage in group and panel discussions, 10:30 a.m., Shepherd Union Ballrooms, free, public welcome,lmurray@weber.edu.
 
Wednesday (Feb. 25): WSU’s Center for Diversity & Unity hosts “Stop the Hate: Family Values: Recognizing LGBT Relationships,” 11:30 a.m., free, public welcome, Shepherd Union Room 232, teresaholt@weber.edu or 801-626-6957.
 
Wednesday (Feb. 25): The Latter-day Saint Student Association hosts a devotional for young adults featuring Winn Stanger, WSU Career Services Center director, 12:30 p.m., Ogden LDS Institute of Religion (1302 Edvalson St., Ogden), free, 801-621-1800.
 
Wednesday (Feb. 25):  WSU’s LGBT Resource Center hosts Safe Zone Training, a workshop that educates participants on a variety of social-identity topics, 2:30-4:30 p.m., Student Services Center Room 154, free, public welcome, jaysonstokes@weber.edu or 801-626-7271.
 
Wednesday (Feb. 25): WSU’s West Center hosts the workshop “Prepare to be Hired! The Entire Job Search Process,” 4 p.m., WSU West Center Room 102 (5627 S. 3500 W., Roy), register at weber.edu/westThursday (March 5): WSU’s Outdoor Program offers Kayak Roll Session, 6:30 p.m., WSU Swimming Pool, $20 kayak needed/$8 no kayak, 801-626-6373 or weber.edu/outdoors.
 
Wednesday (Feb. 25): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts presents the musical “Damn Yankees,” a baseball fan sells his soul for his team, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Allred Theater, $12/$10, cdenniston@weber.edu or weberstatetickets.com.
 
Thursday (Feb. 26): WSU’s Goddard School of Business & Economics hosts the Ralph Nye Executive Lecture Series, speaker John Lockett, Sarken Nutrition Corporation CEO and president, noon, Wattis Business Building Smith Lecture Hall, free, 801-626-7307 orgsbe@weber.edu.
 
Thursday (Feb. 26): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts presents the musical “Damn Yankees,” a baseball fan sells his soul for his team, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Allred Theater, $12/$10, cdenniston@weber.edu or weberstatetickets.com.
 
Thursday (Feb. 26): WSU’s College of Social & Behavioral Sciences hosts the Distinguished Lecture Series, “The Transnational History of the First World War,” Jay Winter, Yale historian, 7:15 p.m., WSU Hurst Center Dumke Legacy Hall, free, public welcome,jblittle@weber.edu.
 
Friday (Feb. 27): WSU’s Toastmasters Club will meet 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Lampros Hall Room 218D, free, public welcome, contacthparker@weber.edu or facebook.com/WSU.Goddard.Toastmasters.
 
Friday (Feb. 27): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts presents the musical “Damn Yankees,” a baseball fan sells his soul for his team, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Allred Theater, $12/$10, cdenniston@weber.edu or weberstatetickets.com.
 
Saturday (Feb. 28): WSU and the Utah High School Dance Organization host the Utah High School Dance Festival performance, 6 p.m., Ogden High School (2828 Harrison Blvd., Ogden), free, public welcome, 801-626-7674 or udeo.org.
 
Saturday (Feb. 28): WSU’s Education and Outreach Program hosts FAFSA Frenzy, assistance for high-school seniors submitting federal financial-aid applications, 9 a.m.-4 p.m., Shepherd Union Room 230 C and WSU Davis Building 3 Room 230, (2750 North University Park Blvd., Layton), 801-626-7320 or amyhuntington@weber.edu.
 
Saturday (Feb. 28): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts presents the musical “Damn Yankees,” a baseball fan sells his soul for his team, 2 p.m., Browning Center Allred Theater, $12/$10, cdenniston@weber.edu or weberstatetickets.com.
 
Thursday (Feb. 28): WSU’s Men’s Basketball vs. Idaho State, 7 p.m., Dee Events Center, $26/$23/$19/$16/$12/$10/$8/free, weberstatetickets.com.
 

March 2015

Sunday (March 1): WSU’s Women’s Tennis vs. Portland State, 10 a.m., Ogden Athletic Club (1221 E. 5800 S., South Ogden), free, weberstatesports.com.
 
Tuesday (March 3): WSU’s Goddard School of Business & Economics hosts the Ralph Nye Executive Lecture Series, speaker Dan Richardson, retired CEO, CFO, noon, Wattis Business Building. Smith Lecture Hall, free, 801-626-7307 or gsbe@weber.edu.
 
Tuesday (March 3):  WSU’s Stewart Library hosts the “Weber Reads” book club discussing “Spiders-Unlikely Choice for a Heroine,” 12:30 p.m., Stewart Library Hetzel-Hollein Room, free, open to public, reading materials provided, kmackay@weber.edu.
 
Tuesday (March 3): WSU’s Department of History and Asian Studies host the 2015 WSU Film Festival featuring Ernst Lubitsch’s film Trouble in Paradise, the story of a couple that tries to swindle a wealthy woman, 7 p.m., Shepherd Union Wildcat Theater, free, public welcome, glewis@weber.edu.
 
Wednesday (March 4):  WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts weekly Ogden Dawn Patrol cross-country skiing (continues until April 8), 4:30 a.m., WSU Outdoor Program, free, 801-626-6373 or outdoorprogram@weber.edu.
 
Wednesday (March 4): WSU’s Center for Community Engaged Learning hosts “WeberCAN,” a food drive involving structures created with canned foods, 8 a.m.-2 p.m., Shepherd Union Atrium, free, public welcome, bit.do/fooddrive or 801-626-7737.
 
Wednesday (March 4):  WSU’s Small Business Development Center presents “Start Smart: Business Start-Up Seminar,” a two-hour single session workshop designed to help entrepreneurs understand the basics to start a business, 6 p.m., WSU Downtown Room 210 (2314 Washington Blvd., Ogden) free, register at clients.utahsbdc.org/events.aspx.
 
Thursday-Friday (March 5-6): WSU hosts the Intermountain Sustainability Summit, keynote speaker David Orr, Paul Sears Distinguished Professor of Environmental Studies and Politics, Shepherd Union Building, various times, intermountainsustainabilitysummit.com or 801-626-6323.
 
Thursday (March 5): WSU’s Outdoor Program offers Kayak Roll Session, 6:30 p.m., WSU Swimming Pool, $20 kayak needed/$8 no kayak, 801-626-6373 or weber.edu/outdoors.
 
Thursday (March 5): WSU’s Men’s Basketball vs. Idaho, 7 p.m., Dee Events Center, $26/$23/$19/$16/$12/$10/$8/free, weberstatetickets.com.
 
Thursday (March 5): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts presents the opera “Madame Butterfly” a Japanese geisha waits for her American husband’s return, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Austad Auditorium, $12/$10, cdenniston@weber.edu or weberstatetickets.com.
 
Friday (March 6): WSU’s Men’s Tennis vs. Santa Clara, 11 a.m., Ogden Athletic Club (1221 E. 5800 S., South Ogden), free, weberstatesports.com.
 
Friday (March 6): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts presents the opera “Madame Butterfly” a Japanese geisha waits for her American husband’s return, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Austad Auditorium, $12/$10, cdenniston@weber.edu or weberstatetickets.com.
 
Saturday (March 7): WSU’s Department of Visual Art & Design hosts Familiarte/Snow Days at the Shaw Gallery, a gallery tour and hands-on exhibit for parents and children ages 3-12, 10 a.m.-noon, free, 801-626-7689. 
 
Saturday (March 7): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts presents the opera “Madame Butterfly” a Japanese geisha waits for her American husband’s return, 2 p.m., Browning Center Austad Auditorium, $12/$10, cdenniston@weber.edu or weberstatetickets.com.
 
Saturday (March 7): WSU Cultural Affairs presents “Three Acts, Two Dancers, One Radio Host” featuring NPR personality Ira Glass, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Allred Theater,  $30/$20, Peery’s Egyptian Theater (2415 Washington Blvd, Ogden), weberstatetickets.com or 801-626-6570.
 
Saturday (March 7): WSU’s Women’s Tennis vs. Eastern Washington, 11 a.m., Ogden Athletic Club (1221 E. 5800 S., South Ogden), free, weberstatesports.com.
 
Saturday (March 7): WSU’s Men’s Basketball vs. Eastern Washington, 7 p.m., Dee Events Center, $26/$23/$19/$16/$12/$10/$8/free, weberstatetickets.com.
 
Sunday (March 8): WSU’s Men’s Tennis vs. Eastern Washington, 10 a.m., Ogden Athletic Club (1221 E. 5800 S., South Ogden), free, weberstatesports.com.
 
Sunday (March 8): WSU’s Women’s Tennis vs. Idaho, 10 a.m., Ogden Athletic Club (1221 E. 5800 S., South Ogden), free, weberstatesports.com.
 
Sunday (March 8): WSU’s Men’s Tennis vs. Eastern Washington, 10 a.m., Ogden Athletic Club (1221 E. 5800 S., South Ogden), free, weberstatesports.com.
 
Monday-Friday (March 9-13): Spring Break – no classes.
 
Monday-Friday (March 9-13): WSU’s Department of Neuroscience hosts “Brain Awareness Week,” students will present research about the brain and participate in various brain-related activities, various times and locations, weber.edu/neuroscience/AboutBAW.html or chasebrower@mail.weber.edu.
 
Tuesday (March 10): WSU’s College of Applied Science hosts the Seaperch Northern Utah Competition, junior high students build and compete with underwater vehicles, 9 a.m.-1 p.m., Swenson gym and pool, free, public welcome, danadellinger@weber.edu.
 
Wednesday (March 11):  WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts weekly Ogden Dawn Patrol cross-country skiing (continues until April 8), 4:30 a.m., WSU Outdoor Program, free, 801-626-6373 or outdoorprogram@weber.edu.
 
Friday (March 13): WSU’s Men’s Tennis vs. North Dakota, 11 a.m., Ogden Athletic Club (1221 E. 5800 S., South Ogden), free, weberstatesports.com.
 
Friday (March 13): WSU’s Toastmasters Club will meet 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Lampros Hall Room 218D, free, public welcome, contact hparker@weber.edu or facebook.com/WSU.Goddard.Toastmasters.
 
Saturday (March 14): WSU’s Men’s Tennis vs. Portland State, 10 a.m., Ogden Athletic Club (1221 E. 5800 S., South Ogden), free, weberstatesports.com.
 
Monday-Saturday (March 16-21): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts hosts the Bonneville Chamber Music Festival, various times and locations, $7/$6/$4, weberstatetickets.com or cdenniston@weber.edu.
 
Tuesday (March 17):  WSU’s Stewart Library hosts the “Weber Reads” book club discussing “Some Pig, Some Writer” 12:30 p.m., Stewart Library Hetzel-Hollein Room, free, open to public, reading materials provided, kmackay@weber.edu.
 
Tuesday (March 17): WSU’s Teaching and Learning Forum hosts the Gifts Lecture Series, "Developing Interactive eTexts: A Little Technology Can Go A Long Way,” speaker Bob Fudge, Professor of Philosophy, 2 p.m., Stewart Library Special Collections, free, public welcome, tkuehls@weber.edu.
 
Tuesday (March 17): WSU’s Department of History and Asian Studies host the 2015 WSU Film Festival featuring Ernst Lubitsch’s film Design for Living, the story of two poor Americans in Paris who fall in love with the same woman, 7 p.m., Shepherd Union Wildcat Theater, free, public welcome, glewis@weber.edu.
 
Tuesday (March 17):  WSU’s Hall Global Entrepreneurship Program presents Gina Duffy, founder and CEO SheShreds clothing company, 6 p.m., Wattis Building.  Room 203, amyhirschi1@weber.edu.
 
Wednesday (March 18):  WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts weekly Ogden Dawn Patrol cross-country skiing (continues until April 8), 4:30 a.m., WSU Outdoor Program, free, 801-626-6373 or outdoorprogram@weber.edu.
 
Thursday (March 19): WSU hosts the Faculty Awards Luncheon, 12:30 p.m., Shepherd Union Ballrooms, $16.99 per person, malissajones@weber.edu.
 
Friday (March 20): WSU women’s softball vs. North Dakota, 2 p.m., Wildcat Softball Field, free, weberstatesports.com.
 
Friday (March 20): WSU women’s softball vs. North Dakota, 4 p.m., Wildcat Softball Field, free, weberstatesports.com.

Saturday (March 21): WSU women’s softball vs. North Dakota, noon, Wildcat Softball Field, free, weberstatesports.com.
 
Saturday (March 21): WSU Campus Recreation hosts the “Leprechaun Dash,” a 5K run and 1-mile kids’ dash, 9 a.m., Stewart Bell Tower Plaza, $10-$35, weber.edu/races or 801-626-8723.
 
Saturday (March 21):  WSU’s Small Business Development Center presents “Start Smart: Business Start-Up Seminar,” a two-hour single session workshop designed to help entrepreneurs understand the basics to start a business, 10 a.m., WSU Downtown Room 210 (2314 Washington Blvd., Ogden) free, register at clients.utahsbdc.org/events.aspx.
 
Monday (March 23): WSU’s Alumni Association and the Weber Historical Society present “Lost Apostles of Mormonism” with speaker Michael Marquardt, local historian, 7 p.m., Lindquist Alumni Center Garden Room, free, public welcome, eswedin@weber.edu.
 
Tuesday (March 24): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts presents the combined WSU Wind Ensemble and Symphonic Band, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Austad Auditorium, $7/$6, weberstatetickets.com or cdenniston@weber.edu.
 
Wednesday (March 25):  WSU’s Outdoor Program hosts weekly Ogden Dawn Patrol cross-country skiing (continues until April 8), 4:30 a.m., WSU Outdoor Program, free, 801-626-6373 or outdoorprogram@weber.edu.
 
Thursday (March 26): WSU’s Shaw Gallery Film Series presents “The Square” a documentary chronicling political activism in Egypt, 7 p.m., Peery’s Egyptian Theater (2415 Washington Blvd, Ogden), free, public welcome, egyptiantheaterogden.com or cdenniston@weber.edu.
 
Friday-Monday (March 27-30): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts presents the WSU String Festival, various times and locations, swang@weber.edu or astaweb.com.
 
Friday (March 27): WSU’s Toastmasters Club will meet 11:30 a.m.-12:30 p.m., Lampros Hall Room 218D, free, public welcome, contact hparker@weber.edu or facebook.com/WSU.Goddard.Toastmasters.
 
Friday (March 27): WSU women’s softball vs. Portland State, 2 p.m., Wildcat Softball Field, free, weberstatesports.com.
 
Friday (March 27): WSU women’s softball vs. Portland State, 4 p.m., Wildcat Softball Field, free, weberstatesports.com.
 
Friday (March 27): WSU’s Teacher Education Department and the Utah Downs Syndrome Foundation host a social for WSU students and families of children with downs syndrome, 6 p.m., Shepherd Union Ballroom, free, open to public, shirleydawson@weber.edu.
 
Friday (March 27): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts presents the play Arcadia, two academics attempt to determine the cause of a duel from 200 years ago, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Eccles Theater, $12/$10, weberstatetickets.com or cdenniston@weber.edu.
 
Saturday (March 28): WSU’s Men’s Tennis vs. University of Idaho, 10 a.m., Ogden Athletic Club (1221 E. 5800 S., South Ogden), free, weberstatesports.com.
 
Saturday (March 28): WSU women’s softball vs. Portland State, noon, Wildcat Softball Field, free, weberstatesports.com.
 
Saturday (March 28): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts presents the play Arcadia, two academics attempt to determine the cause of a duel from 200 years ago, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Eccles Theater, $12/$10, weberstatetickets.com or cdenniston@weber.edu.
 
Tuesday (March 31):  WSU’s Stewart Library hosts the “Weber Reads” book club discussing “If a Pig and a Spider Can Be Friends, Why Not the Rest of Us?” 12:30 p.m., Stewart Library Hetzel-Hollein Room, free, open to public, reading materials provided, kmackay@weber.edu.
 
Tuesday (March 31): WSU’s Department of History and Asian Studies host the 2015 WSU Film Festival featuring Ernst Lubitsch’s film Ninotchka, the story of Russian sent to fetch three comrades in Paris, 7 p.m., Shepherd Union Wildcat Theater, free, public welcome, glewis@weber.edu.
 
Tuesday (March 31): WSU’s Department of Performing Arts presents the play Arcadia, two academics attempt to determine the cause of a duel from 200 years ago, 7:30 p.m., Browning Center Eccles Theater, $12/$10, students free with Wildcat Card, weberstatetickets.com or cdenniston@weber.edu.

March 31: National Undergraduate Literature Conference Pre-Conference Reading

April 1: Campus Reading with Hurst Artist in Residence Ana Castillo

April 1: Favorite Poem Project

April 1: NULC Opening Banquet with featured speaker Michael Ondaatje

April 1-4: National Undergraduate Literature Conference

April 1-4: Performances of Tom Stoppard's Arcadia

April 2: Browning String Quartet

April 3: 30th Anniversary Friday Night Reading featuring Terry Tempest Williams

April 3: Metaphor Open Mic Night

April 3: WSU Spring Choirfest 

April 7: Weber- The Contemporary West Spring publication available 

April 7: WSU String Chamber Ensemble 

April 9: Anna Bulkina Piano Recital 

April 9: WSU Wind & Percussion Chamber Ensembles

April 9-11: Orchesis Dance Theatre

April 9-11: WSU Piano Festival

April 11: WSU Concerto Night

April 13: WSU Percussion Ensemble 

April 14-16: Holocaust Remembrance Events - "Keep the Memory Alive."

April 16: COMMfest 

April 16: Speech Showcase

April 20: WSU String Project Concert

April 21-24: WSU One-Act Play Festival

April 24: BFA Thesis Exhibtion opens

April 27: Last day of Spring Semester Classes

April 28-30: Final Exams

May 1: Graduation/Commencement

May 11: Start of Summer Semester Classes

May 25: Memorial Day- Campus Closed


Summer 2015:


July 12: Lindquist Pops Concert and Fireworks

July 18: Corps Encore
 

Fall 2015:


Sept 19: WSU Football vs. Sacramento State, Homecoming game
 

For a complete list of events and activities at WSU, check out the Events & Calendars section on the WSU Today main page.

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