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Fall in Logan

Fall in Logan Looking to make the most of the Cache Valley fall weather? Here are some ways to take advantage of all the things Logan has to offer this season. Hike in Logan Canyon Bundle up and take in all the beautiful colors of the changing leaves up Logan Canyon. Take a look [...]

Jackson Reid: Aerospace Engineer

Jackson Reid: Aerospace Engineer Reid is a PhD student in Aerospace Engineering and a Presidential Doctoral Research Fellow at Utah State University. He graduated from USU with a bachelor’s in mechanical engineering. He was able to realize quickly that he picked the right field to study because he preferred aerospace classes rather than [...]

Top 5 Places for a Cold Treat in Logan

Cold Treats in Logan We asked you for your favorite places to get a cold treat in Logan and then took our Mandrill mascot with us to check them out for ourselves. Aggie Ice Cream With ultra tasty flavors, and lots of variety- we’ve got to start with the best right? Located in [...]

Summer Bucket List

Top 25 Things To Do In or Near Cache Valley During the Summer It’s a little-known fact that Cache Valley is the best place to spend the summer. After the spring semester ends and most of the undergrads clear out, Logan is left to those of us lucky enough to stick around. We’ve got the perfect summer weather, [...]

Sun Jeon: Social Statistician and Popular Blogger

Sun Jeon: Social Statistician Sun Jeon is a graduate student in the sociology department. She was born and raised in a big city in South Korea. She received her undergraduate degree in engineering and sociology from Sogang University in Seoul. One of her professors was an alumni of Utah State and suggested the [...]

Forrest Schoessow: Geography’s Foot Soldier

Forrest Schoessow: Geography's Foot Soldier Forrest Schoessow said being trained to write like a scientist makes it hard to write about yourself. But we have no problem writing about him because there is so much to say! From getting his undergraduate degree at Ohio State to traveling across Russia by foot, Schoessow is [...]

Mikey Kettinger: Interactive Artist

Mikey Kettinger: Interactive Artist USU graduate student, Mikey Kettinger does not view art the same way most artists do. To him, art is not about making money or showing your personal talents, but it’s about creating something that can impact the community. One of Kettinger’s most well-received projects at Utah State was Gifts From [...]

Dealing with Domestic Violence: How a USU Alumna Helps Children Find Healing

Dealing with Domestic Violence: How a USU Alumna Helps Children Find Healing The United States Justice Department estimates 1 in 15 children are exposed to domestic violence each year, and USU alumnus, Catherine Jurado, knows exactly what witnessing this violence does to children. Jurado began working on her master’s degree in social work [...]

Troy Munro: Aggie to Assistant Professor

USU Alum Receives Assistant Professor Position Straight Out of Graduation A first generation college student, a Presidential Doctoral Research Fellow, and recipient of the Doctoral Researcher of the Year award for the College of Engineering, these are only three of the titles Troy Munro has earned. His accomplishments alone do not define him, however. In addition to [...]

Looking for a way to cool off this summer?

Looking for a way to cool off this summer? If you're looking for a way to escape the summer heat, check out these nearby lakes, springs, and reservoirs. You can also check out Outdoor Programs to see their upcoming trips. Bear Lake Enjoy swimming, jet skiing, boating, sailing, and hanging out on the beach at [...]