The Leavitt Center hosts a number of events every month and March is no different. Even with a week off for spring break, there will be plenty of things for students to participate in.
There is a mix of new and regular events for students to enjoy.
Pizza and Politics, the weekly political discussion for students will be hosted twice this month at its regular time, noon-1 p.m. on Wednesday, March 6 and March 27.
The event on March 6 will cover Daylight Savings and Other “Outdated” Practices whereas the discussion for the 27th will be about Pop Culture.
Next, the Leavitt Center will be hosting a Study Night on March 20 from 6-10 p.m. in the Leavitt Center itself. Students will be able to come in and study as well as enjoy free cereal.
On the 22nd, the Leavitt Center will be closing applications to be a part of the Leavitt Center team. Applicants are welcome to stop by to drop off their application or email it to the firstname.lastname@example.org.
For those looking to beef up their resume, the Leavitt Center will be hosting an internship panel on March 25 at noon in the Living Room. The panel will discuss opportunities in Washington D.C., Utah State Legislature, and Cedar City.
Later that night, the Leavitt Center will also host a service event called “Blankets for the Hospital,” at 5 p.m. Free snacks will be provided for those who participate.
March 27 at 7 p.m. the Leavitt Center will host a March Madness Game Night. Students will be able to win free prizes, enjoy food, and games.
March 28 is just as busy as the rest of the month with a Legislative Review at noon Senator Evan Vickers and Representative Rex Shipp will be there to discuss the upcoming Legislative Session with students.
The Leavitt Center finishes the month with the Public Lands Panel at 6 p.m., March 28. The panel will discuss national monuments, national parks, conservation and more.
Story by Alex Shilling
Photo Courtesy of SUU Leavitt Center