On today’s episode of the Aggie Morning Word Podcast, Morgan Pratt and Bradley Robinson discuss the Hong Kong elections, Gorsuch’s nomination, a pending government shutdown, and Tomi Larhen’s dismissal from The Blaze. Also, Morgan tells of a time in the recent past when she was kicked out of court for wearing a classy tanktop. All that […]
In a state filled with reds (UofU) and blues (BYU), Laurie Snow Turner is a true blue. She was the editor of the Utah Statesman during the 1978-79 school year. That’s when she, along with Larry Baker, changed the name from Student Life to the Utah Statesman because it’s more professional. Laurie discusses how newsrooms survived […]
Tensions between Turkey and the Netherlands heat up. President Trump says “you’re fired” to tons of judges. The only bipartisan issue these days is cancer. Ed Sheeran joins the cast of Game of Thrones, despite looking like a hobbit. Michelle Obama wrote a college recommendation letter for “Black-ish” actress Yara Shahidi. All that and more […]
This show has Mardi Gras and what some students think of Trump
Amir Malakooti, an Iranian-Aggie, debates USU Republican, Keaton Smoot, about the #travelban.
What the freak is up with all of this crazy weather? State climatologist, Robert Gilles, answers that question. The short answer: meh. Tune in for the long answer.
This day in history: Pope Honorius II recognized the famous Knights Templar as an army of God in 1128. The original mission of the group was to protect Christian pilgrims on their way to the Holy Land during the Crusades. It was a small group at first, containing only nine members. What did it take […]
2016 was a year of both promise and fatality in the music world. A few days ago, the death of the late George Michael capped off this year’s losses of David Bowie, Phife Dawg, Prince, Leonard Cohen, and Sharon Jones, to name a few. But even after Brexit, the shocking presidential election, and the spread […]