Aggie Morning Word Podcast: Laurie Snow Turner named the Statesman and bleeds blue

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 […]


EnviroPod Episode 2: Trump’s likely cabinet appointees, Nabokov, Butterfly genitalia, and whale sex

This week’s episode was a bit of an open rant because TRUMP. Hosts Darren Bingham and JD Herndon, along with producer Alyssa Roberts, discussed the ins and outs of what went wrong this election cycle, why Trump is bad for the environment (clean coal, anyone?). Somehow the conversation turned to Vladimir Nabokov’s studies of butterfly […]


Aggie Morning Word: Black Market Surgeons are a Great Deal!

A discussion with democratic candidate for U.S. senate Misty Snow about economic disparity, campaign financing and Pokemon Go. The great clearance sale for Zika Virus is over, Josh says he doesn’t want career butchers getting his meat ready, and we have to turn again to Pokemon for some good news.  


A dance battle. A love story. A campus divided.

What started out as a USU controversy, ended in epic Aggie unity. It all began Wednesday of finals week when Spoiler Girl, AKA Lauren Coulter, ruined yet another film. She earned her reputation by recklessly spoiling 90s videos. This time, Shrek was on the chopping block. She called it the “greatest love story of the […]


DOE Will Play their First Show at Logan City Limits 2016

Logan, Utah — DOE is relatively new to the Utah music scene, its members are no strangers to Utah State University. Tessa, former member Luna Lune,  and Mason, of hip-hop group Better Taste Bureau, are both excited to return to perform in Logan on Saturday.  Here, we talk to them about how they have come […]


Westward The Tide – Interview

Logan, UT — As part of our “Know your Logan City Limits” interview series, we sat down with Salt Lake City Weekly’s 2014 Band of the Year, Westward the Tide to talk about Logan City Limits 2016 and their new EP “Microphone Heart”. Jackson Larsen (Lead Vocals, Guitar), Kaitie Forbes, (Vocals, Guitar), Megan Larsen (Vocals, […]


Book on Tapeworm concert review

Book on Tapeworm concert review By Matthew Ross On October 13th, many Utah State University students forsook their studies and headed down to a little house in The Island for a USU Independent Music Club house show. I parked among the line of cars on both ends of the street and entered the quaint little […]