Liberalis Article Archive
New book describes how modern Marines have returned to lessons from Vietnam
Political Science Professor Jeannie Johnson's new book, 'The Marines, Counterinsurgency and Strategic Culture,' relates the Marine Corps' history since 1915, with special emphasis placed on the Combined Action Patrol formed during the Vietnam War.
DIY firearms: Poli Sci grad presents research on deadly 'ghost guns'
Tori Bodine, a USU political science grad working on a statistics degree, heads to Utah's Undergraduate Research Day at the State Capitol, to report on untraceable weapons created on a 3-D printer.
Poet Gunsberg welcomes ‘dangerous life' in Jan. 29 reading of new poems
Poet Gunsberg, assistant professor of English, reads from new collection of poems, "Welcome, Dangerous Life."
Prof. Cathy Bullock named as interim JCOM department head, replacing Hixson
Professor Cathy Bullock has been named interim department head of the Department of Journalism and Communication at USU, replacing Kim Hixson, who is leaving to be a dean at a Maryland University.
Young poet wins Utah’s top prize for original work in Spanish
Sophomore Carlos Andres Gutierrez Gutierrez, who is majoring in Spanish and Political Science, has won the Sor Juana Award, a Utah Humanities statewide prize for original writing in Spanish.
New faculty video: Comm Studies' Nicole Allen on the symbolism of calendars
Nicole Allen, a new assistant professor of Communication Studies at Utah State, offers her take on the commercialism of today's holidays.
Comm Studies’ John Seiter honored as a CHaSS Distinguished Professor
Comm Studies’ John Seiter has been honored as a CHaSS Distinguished Professor, an honorary title that reflects his consistent excellence in teaching and research.
Leading Mormon Studies scholar Patrick Mason named as USU’s Arrington Chair
Patrick Q. Mason, a history professor who holds the Howard W. Hunter Chair of Mormon Studies at Claremont Graduate University, has been named the new Leonard J. Arrington Chair for Mormon History and Culture.
Why are there fewer women CEOs? Media seek answers from two USU researchers
Sociologists Christy Glass and Management Expert Alison Cook look at what's behind recent spate of resignations of big-company CEOs who are women.
Meet Alison Berg - CHaSS Legacy Award winner is changing the world one news story at a time
JCOM major Alison Berg received the CHaSS Legacy Award for courage in her student career and personal life.
Untangling the world
Aggies GO student analysts offer tools for making sense of crazy world events
Tiny tenants of Ray B. West: 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 path to understanding USU's best-known poet
A walk in her shoes: May Swenson Poetry Path maps Swenson sites in Logan and beyond
English prof Joyce Kinkead earns USU’s top award for her scholarship and advocacy of student inquiry
BRIEFS: WHAT'S HAPPENING AROUND THE COLLEGE
CHaSS briefs: Retiring professors, increasing research grants, growing MSW program and reception at the Embassy of Peru.
A Student of the Game
He’s both a pro soccer referee and Spanish lit professor. The same skills apply.
Children in history: From the mouth of babes
Those skeptical about children’s influence in the past need only read today’s headlines, says historian
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
Found an artifact on your hiking trail? Love it, and leave it
When you come across artifacts on the trail, leave it in place. And, oh, that old sliver of purple glass? It’s an artifact, too.
Branching out: Utah Supreme Court visits USU
Utah Supreme Court’s visit to Logan campus allows USU Tooele lecturer to see his daughter, the newest justice, at work
Bookshelf - Professor Paul Crumbley on Emily Dickinson
English prof edits two journals on Dickinson, the anti-celebrity and environmentalist
Viral-video creator Travis Chambers, JCOM grad, named in Forbes ‘30 Under 30’ young innovators
On The Hill
Internships at Utah's Capitol Hill not only helps the students get a taste for their aspirations but actually makes Utahs governing body run smoother.
Classics - a classic itself
For a language created centuries ago, Latin remains a dominant force
Comm Studies grad parlays notebooks into brick-and-mortar schools
A woman in the ranks
Army ROTC cadet redefines ‘rank and file’
Stories about different research abroad programs at CHaSS.
Bookshelf - How did World War I change us
A century later, book responds to still-unanswered questions about gender
Science of humans
It rests right in the name of our college: Humanities and Social Sciences.
Shively & Willa Cather
English professor has role in nurturing American novelist’s continuing legacy
Branching Out - The Eagle then and now the students' voice
Susan Polster, editor and mentor for 40 years of fledgling college journalists
CHaSS folklorists and fans look forward each December to the year’s most feted event: The announcement of the Digital Trend of the Year.
Inquiring Minds - Who teaches the language teachers? I do.
Maria Luisa Spicer-Escalante is a professor in spanish and linguistics. She is the 2016-2017 recipient of the Fulbright Scholar Program’s Garcia Robles Scholarship for global teachers of English as a foreign language. She taught in Mexico from January thr...
The topic: Dude ranches. The place: The picturesque slopes of the Tetons.
Partnered with a professor. Better prepared for life.
Faculty-Student Mentorship Grants end first year as a success.