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Alex Hollingsworth

Hometown: Logan, UT

The most important thing is to be you. Don't hide behind the books, and stress yourself out. Take time to get involved, meet new people and have fun! If you do so, everything will fall into place.

Alex Remund

Hometown: Duchesne, UT

Get involved. Whether it is getting involved with clubs, groups, sports, or activities. The closer your bond with others is the greater likelihood you will develop a powerful support group that will help you maximizes your effectiveness as a student and enjoy your wonderful time here at Utah State. Get out there and show people who you are and be the person you want to be.

Amanda Lundholm

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Ashlee Giblette

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Ashley Waddoups

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Austin McDermott

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Bailey Dunn

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Breanne Yamouchi

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Brenton Hull

Hometown: South Jordan, UT

Being a Utah State Aggie gives us the wonderful opportunity to learn, grow, and enjoy life to the fullest, but it all depends on our attitude! Take advantage of all positive opportunities and enjoy every minute!

Chandler Whitlock

Hometown: Bountiful, UT

Work hard and give it your all. College can be challenging, but it’s doable. There are definitely going to be times in classes were you may feel overwhelmed and want to quit, but you have to push through. Don’t be afraid to use the student resources on campus designed to help you. The rewards you will receive after completing whatever challenge you face will be your own reward.

Devon Anderson

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Emily Grandstaff

Hometown: Pocatello, ID

Join clubs that interest you, make lots of friends, and have fun but don't forget to make time to study. College is an awesome opportunity; make it last!

Erik Hill

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Haley Norman

Hometown: Afton, WY

Be prepared to have the time of your life. College is an adventure! Utah State University offers many opportunities to succeed, so take advantage of them. Get to know your professors and make connections with your fellow Aggies, you won't regret it!

Heather Lieber

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Ireland Maguire

Hometown: Logan, UT

Jake Taylor

Hometown: Bountiful, UT

Keep your life balanced. Dive too deep into school and you'll go a little nuts, stay social and you'll do better in you classes. Don't get too social or you'll end up failing you classes.

Jordan Floyd

Hometown: South Jordan, UT

Jordan Lowe

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Justina Campbell

Hometown: West Valley City, UT

"The brick walls are there for a reason. The brick walls are not there to keep us out. The brick walls are there to show how badly we want something. Because brick walls are there to stop the people who don't want it badly enough. They're there to stop the other people" -Randy Pauschel How badly do you want to succeed at your dream? You can do it! Never give up!

Kaitlin Archibald

Hometown: Centerville, UT

College is all about the people you meet; Value them above all else. Don’t graduate thinking, “I wish I would have done this more” or, “I wish I would have gotten to know that person better.”

Krista Stocke

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Kylee Hopkin

Hometown: Lewisville, TX

Take a leap of faith! It might be scary but it is beyond worth it! Moving so far from home to come to Utah State University has been one of the most rewarding decisions of my life. Take a chance, and make it count!

Lauren Resendes

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Lindsey Kim

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London Breinholt

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Mark Bell

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Mary Dowden

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Matthew Clegg

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Mitchell Stevens

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Max Benson

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Mitchell Thornhill

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Rachel Hilton

Hometown: Henderson, NV

When you come to Utah State, make Logan your new home; localize yourself! Then learn the Fight Song and Scotsman before the first game, and sing it at the top of your lungs every time.

Richard Coles

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Ryan Jensen

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Sam Meredith

Hometown: Salt Lake City, UT

Find a place to study either on campus or at home that aids concentration and productivity. Make time to get involved and be social. Studying and school should be the first priority, of course, but when you can set aside some time to get involved with all the great things going on on-campus it makes your college experience so much more enjoyable and memorable.

Sawyer Hemsley

Hometown: Preston, ID

Many opportunities can be found here at such a wonderful University. I feel at home every day as I gain an education, meet new people, creatively express myself, and gain new ideas and opinions. I advise each student to learn to balance your daily activities early on so this will not be a future problem. Remember to be yourself and talk to everyone you meet! “Who doesn’t love the spot where THE SAGE BRUSH GROWS!”

Shayla Snow

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Thomas Buttars

Hometown: Logan, UT

Meet new people. Get involved. Have fun. Be responsible. If you have the opportunity to do something epic, choose epic.

Thomas Rogers

Hometown: Sandy, UT

Become a true aggie - no one should not experience one of the longest traditions at USU.

Tim Barton

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