The Non-Traditional Show
- August 29th – Michael Ballam of Utah Festival Opera and Konie Humphreys of Aggie Care
- September 5 – Ed Morrissey, Senior Editor and Correspondent for HotAir.com and Matthew LaPlante Blogger at The Center Mass, Journalist at The Liberty Well, Assistant Professor of Journalism at Utah State University, editor at NoDropouts.org
- September 12 – Donny Boaz, actor in “Dallas” “MY All American” movie with Aaron Eckhart , “One Heart” w/Matthew Lillard and “Left Behind” with Nicholas Cage. on the second hour is our own Dawn Kirby, Senior Associate Dean of Humanities and Social Sciences
- September 19 – JCOM Professor Cathy Bullock
- September 26th – Marca Tanner – Family law attorney in Cache Valley
- October 3rd – Lorii Ann Hubbard, director and crisis counselor in Cache Valley
- October 10th:
- Allison Lozano has been a special educator for high risk kids in California since 1997. In addition, she is an entrepreneur with her own real estate business that is thriving and turning heads.
- Michelle Bogdan-Holt is the director of the Access & Diversity programs at USU as well as the director of the Nontraditional Programs.
- October 17th: Fall break, no live show
- October 24th:
- Tyler Thorn is is the tech/engineer director for Aggie Radio as well as a student, DJ and entrepreneur.
- Jenny Erazo is the SAAVI coordinator
- October 31st:
- Natalie Wilemon, actress in the 2015 untitled Terrence Malick Project with Ryan Gosling, Holly Hunter and Christian Bale.
- At 3pm is Todd Milovich is a music professor at USU, guitar teacher, student advocate and human being extraordinaire.
- November 7th: Prof. Peter Crosby teaches the U.S. Institutions class, is a
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On Thursday, November 20th, protests were made around the nation at local movie theaters. This protest came about due to the midnight showing of Mockingjay: Part 1. “At first I thought that there were just a lot of people coming to the movie,” said student, Mike Wasson. “But, they all had signs and were yelling at the people in line. The weirdest thing was that they were all dressed like Harry Potter characters.” It all started with a controversial post on twitter regarding the upcoming Mockingjay movie. Peetalover195 tweeted “The Hunger Games are twenty times more interesting and exciting than Harry Potter ever was. #HPsucks.” This sparked a massive debate which soon escalated across many social media websites. Stewart Black was the one who coordinated a protest at movie theaters in Logan. “With the incredibly offensive comment on twitter, it really inspired me along with many others to do something about it,” Joey commented when asked about the protest. His protest was one of 237 that happened around the U.S. for the midnight showing. “I took responsibility for Logan, set the times, picked the theaters we would protest, and told people what they should bring.” When asked specifically about the …