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USU Men's Tennis Opens Season with Two Home Wins

Aggies defeat Weber State and Idaho State Read more


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Creating a Community of Change with the Animal Rights Club

The Utah State University Animal Rights Club it is working hard to spread awareness and educate others on what animal rights really entails.... Read more

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USU Eastern Announces Administrative and Academic Offerings Changes

Utah State University Eastern has announced several administrative changes as well as changes to its upcoming academic offerings.... Read more

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New LADAR Technology Promises Sharper Aerial Views

Researchers at Utah State University's Center for Advanced Imaging LADAR are changing the way we see the world.... Read more

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USU Named one of 399 Green Colleges by the Princeton Review 2018 Edition

The education services company known for its test prep and tutoring services, books, and college rankings features Utah State in the 2018 edition of its free book, The Princeton Review Guide to 399 Green Colleges.

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González Gets USU's Latinx Cultural Center up and Running

Christopher González had high hopes that he might also be able to facilitate the creation of a new center at USU devoted to increasing education, training and mentoring opportunities for Latinx students.

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Bubbly Water Makes an Abnormal Splash

Researchers at Utah State University are splashing soapy water to unveil new discoveries within fluid dynamics.

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USU Receives Three-Year Grant to Study LGBTQ+ Participation in Engineering

Utah State University assistant professor of mechanical and aerospace engineering Ryan Berke and psychology professor Renee Galliher received a three-year grant from the National Science Foundation's Broadening Participation in Engineering program.

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Willow Sculpture by Patrick Dougherty on USU Campus

Guest artist Patrick Dougherty created one of the most beautiful and interesting new buildings on the Utah State University campus with help from volunteers from the USU community. The structure, named "A Restless Spell" was made from about 30,000 lbs of Willow branches and will be on the USU campus for around 2 years.

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More Shades of White

Nancy Hills, a professor in Utah State University’s Theatre Arts Department and the Caine College…

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Mock Interview Prep Workshop

This workshop will cover all you need to know to prepare and be successful on Mock Interview Day,…

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Water & Environmental Seminar

David Stevens, Professor in the Department of Civil & Environmental Engineering, will give a…

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Math Review Workshop-Linear Algebra and Differential Equations

A review session for those who may be a little rusty at math! Come review your linear algebra and…

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