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Aggies GO team

Untangling the world

Aggies GO student analysts offer tools for making sense of crazy world events

Katie Miner as an intern

On the Hill

USU interns keep gears at the Utah Legislature moving.

Alison Berg

Meet the ultimate newsie: Alison Berg

CHaSS Legacy Award winner is changing the world one news story at a time.

JP Spicer-Escalante

A student of the game

He’s both a pro-soccer referee coach and Spanish literature professor. The same skills apply.

Regular Features

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Professor Paul Crumbley and Emily Dickinson

English prof edits two journals on Dickinson, the anti-celebrity and environmentalist

Paige Petersen and her father Michael Petersen

Branching Out: Court Date

Utah Supreme Court’s visit to Logan campus allows USU Tooele lecturer to see his daughter, the newest justice, at work

Molly Cannon

Inquiring Minds column: Find an artifact? Love it, and leave it

That old sliver of purple glass? It’s an artifact, too. Molly Cannon on how to protect all of our state's resources

More Stories

Viral vision

Viral-video creator Travis Chambers, JCOM grad, named in Forbes magazine's ‘30 Under 30’ list of young innovators.

Ray B. West building

It's a feature, not a bug

Generations of students in Ray B. West come to terms with boxelder bugs, maybe even grow to love them and the building

A map to discovering May Swenson

The downloadable May Swenson Poetry Path brochure provides a tour of Swenson-related sites in Logan and beyond.

Julia Gossard

From the mouth of babes

A historian explains that those who are skeptical about children’s influence in the past need only read today’s headlines.

David Lancy and Joyce Kinkead

Research's champion

English professor Joyce Kinkead earns USU’s top award for her scholarship and advocacy of student inquiry.

Development officer Justin Barton

A note from our development officer: The trials of tuition

Justin Barton paid for his college tuition through scrimping and an occasional overnight in the park. He now wants to hear other stories of others' college hacks


Matt Sanders with students in Comm Studies

News from the college

CHaSS briefs: Retiring professors, increasing research grants, growing MSW program and reception at the Embassy of Peru.