What to do on Hoilday Breaks?

Finals week has officially ended (WOOT), and now its time to relax, sleep for long hours and figure out what to do for the holidays. Winter break is short (23 days) yet we get to celebrate two of my favorite holidays, Christmas and New years.

Some students make plans to go visit family in their home country and some of us, myself included, who can't go home due to financial or other reasons, spend the holiday break with friends and/or family in the states.




Quick Fact: Approximately 85% of the students at USU are living away from home. Campus feels a little lonely at times because most students travel home to spend the holidays with their family. However, there is always students that stay in Logan. For us international students, we get together, celebrate and make the best out of the break.

I have spend the Holidays in Logan/ Utah. If you decide to stay in Logan/ Utah for the Holidays, here are some places I recommend visiting and things you can do.


1. Sledding down Old Main! Yes, you don't have to go far to enjoy the snow.














2. Hard Ware Ranch is one of the most magical places I have visited in Logan. There you visit ELKs.


3.Visit the Temple Square lights in Salt Lake City to get into a Holiday spirit.   












4. Skiing and Snowboarding. 

If you have never went skiing/ snowboarding, this is your chance. People from all over the world come to Utah to ski and snowboard. Beaver Mountain is about 40mins away from campus so you and your friends can go skiing/snowboarding any time you want. It will be a cool experience!  




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