Publications and Media
Launched in 2011, the college’s alumni magazine focuses on the happenings on campus and around the world by the school’s faculty, students, and graduates. Liberalis is published twice a year by the Dean’s Office and available online.
An award-winning online publication run entirely by the college’s journalism students. Contributors are recognized annually by the Society of Professional Journalists Mark of Excellence Awards for their coverage of campus and Cache County events.
Utah Public Radio is a service of Utah State University that operates 24 hours a day, 365 days a year. It broadcasts across a network of two FM radio stations and translator stations throughout the Intermountain West, extending USU’s reputation throughout Utah and beyond, and featuring in-depth interviews from prominent guest speakers, faculty members, visiting experts and artists as well as coverage of developing stories from around the world.
A-TV News is Utah State's school news station run entirely by students majoring in broadcast journalism. The first show of A-TV aired on July 5, 1988 and has produced more than 2,000 shows since. A-TV News is shot every Monday at 2:30 p.m. in the Journalism and Communications Building and is aired throughout the week.