USUPA not active

We are no longer an active club on campus. If you are interested in joining the USUPA or renewing it please contact Kassie at kjcressall AT gmail DOT com. She is happy to answer and and all questions, point you towards currently active groups, and guide you thru the USU club process. Thank you to all club members, leadership, and supporters over the past three years. You made USU history by being part of the first Pagan Alliance in Logan, Utah.

Samhain 2013

Our big Samhain Ritual is open to the public. It is free to members and $10 for nonmembers. It will most likely be held at second damn. We will have a fire, but it may get chili so dress warm. More details to come.

We need volunteers to play roles in the ritual. There are five parts available:

  • Fire
  • Water
  • Earth
  • Air
  • Spirit

Comment to let us know which part you want to take on.

When: November 2nd

Where: TBA

Time: 7 pm (6 pm for helpers)

Paganism 101

This is our first class this semester. It is going to be on some basics of paganism and the religions that are usually considered as “pagan.” It will be set up more like a panel with a short presentation on paganism. Right now we will be representing the following on the panel:

  • Wicca
  • Asatru
  • Nondiscriptive Pagan

Where: Library Room 154

When: October 4th

Time: 5:00 pm

USUPA Active Once Again

The USUPA is back and will be holding activities again starting the last week of August. We have a whole new admin team and some really great ideas for the next semester. We will be updating the website regularly with the Facebook page. Please check them often to see what events are coming up, as we have a lot planned for Fall 2013. We are hoping to have an activity about every week, at least every other week. We will also begin writing articles on this site often, so be on the look out.

Now that this club is reactivated, we want to emphasize how important member involvement is. All ideas and participation are welcome. Just contact us if you want to hold a specific ritual, teach a class, or host an activity. The admins are here to help keep things organized and running, but a club is only as substantial as its member involvement.

To contact us about getting involved feel free to email us at

For more information on our admin team click here.

Heathen Sunday – Coffee and Discussion

Come and share a hot drink and warm company at Citrus and Sage on Sunday. Bring your battle stories of Thanksgiving dinner and the night attack, known as “black Friday”.

Date: 25 November
Time: 11:05 AM
Location: Citrus & Sage

FB Event:

Harvest Moon Ritual

The Full Moon in September is also known as the Harvest Moon or Crone Moon. This is the time to start preparation for winter. Traditionally, this was the time to start harvesting the crops as it marks the passing of summer and the coming of winter. This is a good time to address the Crone and ask for Her wisdom. The Crone embodies wisdom, patience, and solitude. She is the very essence of understanding oneself; therefore, self reflection is recommended. Come to the ritual with something in mind to reflect upon or to address.

Details [Events]

Date: 30 September (Saturday)
Time: 8p
Location: USU Amphitheater

Link to FB Event.

Sunday: Witches’ Tea

Come get some coffee/tea and enjoy some wonderful company!

Details [Calendar]
Date: Sunday, 9 September 2012
Time: 11a
Location: Citrus & Sage

Blue Moon Ritual and Opening Social

Megan will lead the full moon ritual this month, and afterward we will have the opening social.

Details [Calendar]

Date: Friday, 31 August 2012
Time: 8 – 10pm
Location: USU Amphitheater

USU A-Day on the Quad

A-Day is on Wednesday from 10a to 2p on the Quad, so be sure to come visit our booth if you have time and wear your club shirt if you’ve got one!

Details [Calendar]

Date: Wednesday, 29 August 2012
Time: 10am – 2pm
Location: USU Quad

College Survival for Pagans

School has started and summer is soon to fade away. I thought that I might offer some advice on returning to school and practicing your own flavor of paganism on/around campus.

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