December 5, 2011

Art for Martin Luther King Jr. Vigil

Photo Courtesy of The National Archives

USU students,faculty and staff are invited to create art work that shares reflections of  Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. for this year's annual vigil, "Remembering his legacy..." Possible art pieces include but are not limited to poetry, drawings, paintings, sculptures, etc.
The Black Student Union will display these art pieces on Thursday, Jan. 12, 2012 at the Martin Luther King, Jr. Annual Vigil, which will be at 5 p.m. in the TSC Ballroom.

"This is a great opportunity to illustrate your talents as well as impact those around you," said Ami Meite, president of USU's Black Student Union.

The art pieces can be deposited at the Access and Diversity Center located in the TSC. Participants are asked to pick up their Art pieces after the event has ended. To ensure that every piece is returned to the rightful owner, each piece is tagged and the owner will receive a matching tag as well.

"We hope everyone can participate in this meaningful event, even if it is just by attending," said Meite.

For more information contact Ami Meite,

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Tips from the A-Team

Take breaks during studying!
As you study for your finals, remember to take a few breaks and enjoy some of the holiday activities on campus.  While finals can be a stressful time, remember the big picture.  You are here to learn and grow as a person.  Sometimes a hectic finals week can be the wake-up call you need to study more next semester.