LOGAN -- A group of Utah State University graduate students is asking you to fill your soup bowl to support those who can't.The students will sponsor an Empty Bowls lunch Thursday in Logan. The premise: Organizers sell soup donated by local restaurants and serve it in handmade bowls that the diners take home. Money raised is donated to a food-related charity -- in this case, Cache Community Food Pantry -- and participants get a reminder to support hunger charities every time they open their kitchen cabinet and see their homemade bowl."It's a national movement that began in North Carolina," said USU grad student Megan Schwender. "As an undergraduate in Maine, I participated in an Empty Bowl event, and when I came here for school, I realized we could fill a niche."