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USU Marks Juneteenth With Three Days of Events

As Juneteenth gains more recognition across the U.S., Utah State University is preparing its second year of events marking the holiday. "We're growing," said Juneteenth Committee Co-Chair Jamal-Jared Alexander, a USU alumnus. "This is the university's se...


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As Juneteenth gains more recognition across the U.S., Utah State University is preparing its second year of events marking the holiday. "We're growing," said Juneteenth Committee Co-Chair Jamal-Jared Alexander, a USU alumnus. "This is the university's se
USU Marks Juneteenth With Three Days of Events

USU Marks Juneteenth With Three Days of Events

As Juneteenth gains more recognition across the U.S., Utah State University is preparing its second year of events marking the holiday. "We're growing," said Juneteenth Committee Co-Chair Jamal-Jared Alexander, a USU alumnus. "This is the university's se...

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Utah State University undergraduate Canyon Bryson put a lot of thought into two seemingly disparate STEM activities designed to introduce high school students to basic science and engineering concepts.
USU Undergrads Mentor High Schoolers at Science & Engineering Summer Camp

USU Undergrads Mentor High Schoolers at Science & Engineering Summer Camp

Utah State University undergraduate Canyon Bryson put a lot of thought into two seemingly disparate STEM activities designed to introduce high school students to basic science and engineering concepts.

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Georgie Corkery studies how queer birders perceive diversity statements from birding organizations and to what degree they facilitate a sense of belonging, comfort and safety while participating in birding.
Celebrating Pride: USU Researcher Asks What Makes LGBTQIA+ Birders Feel Welcome

Celebrating Pride: USU Researcher Asks What Makes LGBTQIA+ Birders Feel Welcome

Georgie Corkery studies how queer birders perceive diversity statements from birding organizations and to what degree they facilitate a sense of belonging, comfort and safety while participating in birding.

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Utah State University students, faculty and staff are all welcome to attend a self-care activity hosted by Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) on Monday, April 25, to help students get ready for Finals Week.
CAPS to Host Stress Bust Event to Help Students Prepare for Finals Week

CAPS to Host Stress Bust Event to Help Students Prepare for Finals Week

Utah State University students, faculty and staff are all welcome to attend a self-care activity hosted by Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) on Monday, April 25, to help students get ready for Finals Week.

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Multiple groups at USU are partnering to bring Ramadan initiatives and accommodations to the community this year - some for the first time, others for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began.
USU Supporting Community With Ramadan Initiatives

USU Supporting Community With Ramadan Initiatives

Multiple groups at USU are partnering to bring Ramadan initiatives and accommodations to the community this year - some for the first time, others for the first time since the COVID-19 pandemic began.

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In August 2021, Utah State University launched the upgraded MyUSU 2.0. Since its launch, the platform has seen high usage from students who have appreciated the upgraded system.
Revamped MyUSU Showing High Adoption, Activity Rates

Revamped MyUSU Showing High Adoption, Activity Rates

In August 2021, Utah State University launched the upgraded MyUSU 2.0. Since its launch, the platform has seen high usage from students who have appreciated the upgraded system.

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Each year, Utah State University’s Center for Community Engagement recognizes the work of those who are committed to outstanding service through the Community Engagement Awards.
Nominations Open for 2022 Community Engagement Awards

Nominations Open for 2022 Community Engagement Awards

Each year, Utah State University’s Center for Community Engagement recognizes the work of those who are committed to outstanding service through the Community Engagement Awards.

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Students at Utah State University are invited to provide input on their mental health and well-being as part of the institution’s biennial survey to continually improve student wellness.
USU Seeks Input from Students on Mental Well-being

USU Seeks Input from Students on Mental Well-being

Students at Utah State University are invited to provide input on their mental health and well-being as part of the institution’s biennial survey to continually improve student wellness.

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Looking for an activity that will keep you active and help reduce stress right before Finals Week? Utah State University Campus Recreation will host the second annual Aggie Recreation Triathlon on April 23, 2022.
USU Campus Recreation Hosts 2nd Annual Aggie Recreation Triathlon

USU Campus Recreation Hosts 2nd Annual Aggie Recreation Triathlon

Looking for an activity that will keep you active and help reduce stress right before Finals Week? Utah State University Campus Recreation will host the second annual Aggie Recreation Triathlon on April 23, 2022.

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The Utah State University Student Association (USUSA) Elections Committee released the final 2022 election results today, concluding this year’s historic student body elections across the state.
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USUSA Introduces Newly Elected Student Body Officers

The Utah State University Student Association (USUSA) Elections Committee released the final 2022 election results today, concluding this year’s historic student body elections across the state.

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Utah State University’s Outdoor Programs will host the Banff Centre Mountain Film & Book Festival Feb. 18-19 at the Ellen Eccles Theater. The once-a-year festival is one of the largest and most prestigious mountain festivals in the world and seeks to cele
Outdoor Programs to Host Banff Centre Mountain Film & Book Festival Feb. 18-19

Outdoor Programs to Host Banff Centre Mountain Film & Book Festival Feb. 18-19

Utah State University’s Outdoor Programs will host the Banff Centre Mountain Film & Book Festival Feb. 18-19 at the Ellen Eccles Theater. The once-a-year festival is one of the largest and most prestigious mountain festivals in the world and seeks to cele...

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Social work students at Utah State University are working with each other — and building on the work of classmates who came before — to build a program combatting homelessness in the Bear River region.
USU's Transforming Communities Initiative Developing Homelessness Landlord Outreach Program

USU's Transforming Communities Initiative Developing Homelessness Landlord Outreach Program

Social work students at Utah State University are working with each other — and building on the work of classmates who came before — to build a program combatting homelessness in the Bear River region.

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The Utah State Student Association (USUSA) Academic Senate unanimously passed ASB 2022-02 on Monday, advancing the student government’s commitment to campus sustainability.
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USUSA College Senators Pass Legislation Furthering Sustainability Initiatives

The Utah State Student Association (USUSA) Academic Senate unanimously passed ASB 2022-02 on Monday, advancing the student government’s commitment to campus sustainability.

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USU H.E.L.P.S., Helping Everyone Learn to Prevent Suicide, is USU's suicide prevention training that dives deeper into the three main campaign messages.
USU H.E.L.P.S. — Helping Everyone Learn How to Prevent Suicide

USU H.E.L.P.S. — Helping Everyone Learn How to Prevent Suicide

USU H.E.L.P.S., Helping Everyone Learn to Prevent Suicide, is USU's suicide prevention training that dives deeper into the three main campaign messages.

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During the fall 2021 semester, students in the Utah State University Honors program took up the cause of man’s best friend. Working with the Cache Humane Society, these students, who were enrolled in a Community-Engaged Learning Honors course, experimente
USU Honors Class Helps Cache Humane Society Find Dogs Homes Through Media Representation

USU Honors Class Helps Cache Humane Society Find Dogs Homes Through Media Representation

During the fall 2021 semester, students in the Utah State University Honors program took up the cause of man’s best friend. Working with the Cache Humane Society, these students, who were enrolled in a Community-Engaged Learning Honors course, experimente...

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Gathering a group of fourth graders around her, Utah State University educator Shannon Erickson asked the youngsters if they knew what a fossil was. “It’s like when an ancient creature dies and sediment is left on top of them,” one child responded. “They
Full STEAM Ahead: USU Museums Host Interdisciplinary Outreach for Fourth Graders

Full STEAM Ahead: USU Museums Host Interdisciplinary Outreach for Fourth Graders

Gathering a group of fourth graders around her, Utah State University educator Shannon Erickson asked the youngsters if they knew what a fossil was. “It’s like when an ancient creature dies and sediment is left on top of them,” one child responded. “They ...

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Through a pair of resolutions unanimously passed this week, student body officers of the Utah State University Student Association (USUSA) petitioned the university administration to bolster and streamline the institution’s diversity, equity and inclusion
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Student Leaders Call on USU to Strengthen DEI Training for Faculty and Staff

Through a pair of resolutions unanimously passed this week, student body officers of the Utah State University Student Association (USUSA) petitioned the university administration to bolster and streamline the institution’s diversity, equity and inclusion...

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Students can now declare their candidacy for the Utah State University Student Association (USUSA) student government, marking the official start of the university’s 2022 student body elections. Candidates must file by Jan. 31 at 7 a.m. to qualify for the
USUSA Elections 2022: Declarations of Candidacy Now Open Until Jan. 31 | Newsroom | Involvement

USUSA Elections 2022: Declarations of Candidacy Now Open Until Jan. 31

Students can now declare their candidacy for the Utah State University Student Association (USUSA) student government, marking the official start of the university’s 2022 student body elections. Candidates must file by Jan. 31 at 7 a.m. to qualify for the...

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Utah State University Student Association (USUSA) President Lucas Stevens made the following announcement today:
USUSA Student Body Elections Announced for 2022 | Newsroom | Involvement

USUSA Student Body Elections Announced for 2022

Utah State University Student Association (USUSA) President Lucas Stevens made the following announcement today:

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Utah State University's Outdoor Programs and the Utah Avalanche Center (UAC) are hosting a free "Know Before You Go" avalanche awareness presentation at the Aggie Recreation Center on Nov. 30, at 7 p.m.
'Know Before You Go:' USU Outdoor Programs, UAC to Increase Avalanche Awareness

'Know Before You Go:' USU Outdoor Programs, UAC to Increase Avalanche Awareness

Utah State University's Outdoor Programs and the Utah Avalanche Center (UAC) are hosting a free "Know Before You Go" avalanche awareness presentation at the Aggie Recreation Center on Nov. 30, at 7 p.m.

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After a year off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Utah State University is participating in the Utah Women’s Leadership Exchange (UWLE) along with other Utah System of Higher Education institutions for the second time.
Cultivating Leaders: USU Engages in Statewide Professional Development Cohort for Women

Cultivating Leaders: USU Engages in Statewide Professional Development Cohort for Women

After a year off due to the COVID-19 pandemic, Utah State University is participating in the Utah Women’s Leadership Exchange (UWLE) along with other Utah System of Higher Education institutions for the second time.

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In partnership with Aggie Blue Bikes, the Utah State University Inclusion Center hosted its first ever bike scavenger hunt on campus. Despite weather troubles, the event was very successful and drew many participants.
Out for a Ride Bike Scavenger Hunt

Out for a Ride Bike Scavenger Hunt

In partnership with Aggie Blue Bikes, the Utah State University Inclusion Center hosted its first ever bike scavenger hunt on campus. Despite weather troubles, the event was very successful and drew many participants.

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In Utah State University’s aim to help students, faculty and staff live healthier lives, USU has hired a new registered dietitian. Brooke Lister was hired in October and is working out of the Aggie Recreation Center.
USU Hires Registered Dietitian to Work with Faculty, Staff and Students

USU Hires Registered Dietitian to Work with Faculty, Staff and Students

In Utah State University’s aim to help students, faculty and staff live healthier lives, USU has hired a new registered dietitian. Brooke Lister was hired in October and is working out of the Aggie Recreation Center.

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USU’s Campus Recreation Fitness and Wellness staff will hold an introduction to weightlifting event for any USU student, staff or faculty member that identifies as a woman.
Campus Rec to Hold Introduction to Weightlifting Class for Women on Campus

Campus Rec to Hold Introduction to Weightlifting Class for Women on Campus

USU’s Campus Recreation Fitness and Wellness staff will hold an introduction to weightlifting event for any USU student, staff or faculty member that identifies as a woman.

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Utah State University Campus Recreation will host its first annual Turkey Trot 5K fun run and walk on Friday, Nov. 5. The event will take place in several waves, with opportunities for competitive races, recreational runs and walks and virtual opportuniti
First Annual Turkey Trot 5K Launches on Campus

First Annual Turkey Trot 5K Launches on Campus

Utah State University Campus Recreation will host its first annual Turkey Trot 5K fun run and walk on Friday, Nov. 5. The event will take place in several waves, with opportunities for competitive races, recreational runs and walks and virtual opportuniti...

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Students at Utah State University Eastern voted to adopt the USU Student Association (USUSA) constitution on Wednesday, formally joining the statewide student government and marking a major step in uniting the USU student body.
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USU Eastern Votes to Join USUSA

Students at Utah State University Eastern voted to adopt the USU Student Association (USUSA) constitution on Wednesday, formally joining the statewide student government and marking a major step in uniting the USU student body.

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The Utah State University Student Association (USUSA) Executive Council unanimously passed a bill adopting a standing inclusion statement, using its first legislative action of the term to commit the organization to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) i
‘You Belong Here’ — USUSA Adopts Standing Inclusion Statement | Newsroom | Involvement

‘You Belong Here’ — USUSA Adopts Standing Inclusion Statement

The Utah State University Student Association (USUSA) Executive Council unanimously passed a bill adopting a standing inclusion statement, using its first legislative action of the term to commit the organization to diversity, equity and inclusion (DEI) i...

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The Utah State University Student Association (USUSA) released the following message to the student body today regarding the university’s decision to require COVID-19 vaccinations for students:
Revitalizing the Aggie Experience: USUSA's Message in Support of Vaccinations | Newsroom | Involvement

Revitalizing the Aggie Experience: USUSA's Message in Support of Vaccinations

The Utah State University Student Association (USUSA) released the following message to the student body today regarding the university’s decision to require COVID-19 vaccinations for students:

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The Utah State University Student Association (USUSA) began its search to appoint at-large student representatives to the Logan Campus Student Fee Board this week, encouraging all interested students to apply. The application is available online and must
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USUSA Searching for Applicants to the Student Fee Board

The Utah State University Student Association (USUSA) began its search to appoint at-large student representatives to the Logan Campus Student Fee Board this week, encouraging all interested students to apply. The application is available online and must ...

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The Utah State University Peace Corps Prep (PC Prep) program will launch in September. The program prepares students for international development fieldwork and potential Peace Corps service.
USU Launches Peace Corps Prep Program to Prepare Students for Service

USU Launches Peace Corps Prep Program to Prepare Students for Service

The Utah State University Peace Corps Prep (PC Prep) program will launch in September. The program prepares students for international development fieldwork and potential Peace Corps service.

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The MyUSU portal that has been used by students, faculty, and staff since 2012 will be phased out and replaced by MyUSU 2.0, which launched Aug. 16.
Utah State University Launches New Portal: MyUSU 2.0

Utah State University Launches New Portal: MyUSU 2.0

The MyUSU portal that has been used by students, faculty, and staff since 2012 will be phased out and replaced by MyUSU 2.0, which launched Aug. 16.

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Utah State University is out for blood... blood donations that is. The Val R. Christensen Service Center, in partnership with the American Red Cross, will host the annual Blood Battle, a blood drive competition between USU and Weber State University. With
Blood Battle Between Utah State and Weber State Returns to Campus

Blood Battle Between Utah State and Weber State Returns to Campus

Utah State University is out for blood... blood donations that is. The Val R. Christensen Service Center, in partnership with the American Red Cross, will host the annual Blood Battle, a blood drive competition between USU and Weber State University. With...

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The Utah State University Men’s Lacrosse team held a giant camp in July that was well received by participants. The camp drew in youth aged 8-18 in two separate camps held on the Aggie Legacy Fields July 26-28
Campus Rec Lacrosse Camp a Big Success

Campus Rec Lacrosse Camp a Big Success

The Utah State University Men’s Lacrosse team held a giant camp in July that was well received by participants. The camp drew in youth aged 8-18 in two separate camps held on the Aggie Legacy Fields July 26-28

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The Utah State University Baseball Club team finished their 2021 season with a third-place finish in the Northern Pacific Regional Tournament. The finish came during a tumultuous season that was affected by COVID-19, forcing USU to search far and wide in
USU Club Baseball Finds Success in Challenging COVID-19 Affected Season

USU Club Baseball Finds Success in Challenging COVID-19 Affected Season

The Utah State University Baseball Club team finished their 2021 season with a third-place finish in the Northern Pacific Regional Tournament. The finish came during a tumultuous season that was affected by COVID-19, forcing USU to search far and wide in ...

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Almost a quarter of all USU Aggies identify as nontraditional students, otherwise known as adult learners. Adult learners tend to be age 25 and over or have a three to five-year gap in their education, a caregiver, or a full-time employee while also worki
Video Resources Created for Nontraditional Students by Nontraditional Students

Video Resources Created for Nontraditional Students by Nontraditional Students

Almost a quarter of all USU Aggies identify as nontraditional students, otherwise known as adult learners. Adult learners tend to be age 25 and over or have a three to five-year gap in their education, a caregiver, or a full-time employee while also worki...

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To help support veterans pursue their educational goals, two new faces have joined the Veterans Resource Office at Utah State University — Tana Beckstead and Rebecca Tyler — as school certifying officials.
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New Staff Join VRO

To help support veterans pursue their educational goals, two new faces have joined the Veterans Resource Office at Utah State University — Tana Beckstead and Rebecca Tyler — as school certifying officials.

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Utah State University has formed an Eating Disorder Treatment Team to offer services to students who may be in need. The team is headed by Brooke Parker, a Registered Dietician in Nutrition Services at Student Health and Wellness.
USU Forms Eating Disorder Treatment Team

USU Forms Eating Disorder Treatment Team

Utah State University has formed an Eating Disorder Treatment Team to offer services to students who may be in need. The team is headed by Brooke Parker, a Registered Dietician in Nutrition Services at Student Health and Wellness.

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The Utah State University Rodeo Club is set to compete in the 2021 College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR), held June 13-19 at the Ford Wyoming Center in Casper, Wyo.
USU Rodeo Club Set to Compete at National Finals in Coach's Final Season

USU Rodeo Club Set to Compete at National Finals in Coach's Final Season

The Utah State University Rodeo Club is set to compete in the 2021 College National Finals Rodeo (CNFR), held June 13-19 at the Ford Wyoming Center in Casper, Wyo.

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Utah State University will offer a series of events June 14-19 to honor the Juneteenth celebration at Utah State University. The theme for this year’s commemoration is “Educate, Celebrate, Activate.”
Utah State University Celebrates Juneteenth

Utah State University Celebrates Juneteenth

Utah State University will offer a series of events June 14-19 to honor the Juneteenth celebration at Utah State University. The theme for this year’s commemoration is “Educate, Celebrate, Activate.”

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Campus Recreation will host several activities during the summer months for Aggies to take full advantage of, as well as offering equipment rentals for outdoor junkies.
USU Campus Recreation Offering Host of Activities All Summer Long

USU Campus Recreation Offering Host of Activities All Summer Long

Campus Recreation will host several activities during the summer months for Aggies to take full advantage of, as well as offering equipment rentals for outdoor junkies.

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Karli Ludwig has studied and enjoyed the benefits of yoga. This past semester as a Community-Engaged Scholar, she wanted to bring that enjoyment and knowledge to others
USU Student Forms New Initiative in After School Programs through Community Engaged Learning

USU Student Forms New Initiative in After School Programs through Community Engaged Learning

Karli Ludwig has studied and enjoyed the benefits of yoga. This past semester as a Community-Engaged Scholar, she wanted to bring that enjoyment and knowledge to others

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Thanks to funding from the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriation Act (CRRSAA), the Utah State University Center for Community Engagement has hired Kara Bachman as the Food Security Coordinator for the Student Nutrition Access Center (
New Funding Boosts SNAC's Capacity

New Funding Boosts SNAC's Capacity

Thanks to funding from the Coronavirus Response and Relief Supplemental Appropriation Act (CRRSAA), the Utah State University Center for Community Engagement has hired Kara Bachman as the Food Security Coordinator for the Student Nutrition Access Center (...

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LOGAN — Beginning in 1933 with a camp in American Fork Canyon, the Civilian Conservation Corps spent close to a decade molding and rehabilitating Utah's public lands in ways that left a meaningful impact in Utah's outdoors.
Building off CCC's legacy, Utah Conservation Corps finds itself soaring in popularity after 20 years

Building off CCC's legacy, Utah Conservation Corps finds itself soaring in popularity after 20 years

LOGAN — Beginning in 1933 with a camp in American Fork Canyon, the Civilian Conservation Corps spent close to a decade molding and rehabilitating Utah's public lands in ways that left a meaningful impact in Utah's outdoors.

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Hosted by the Utah State University Student Association and USU Student Involvement and Leadership, TEDx Unity was an independently organized TED event created to bring people together for a shared experience enhanced by dynamic speakers.
USU Hosted TEDx Unity Conference

USU Hosted TEDx Unity Conference

Hosted by the Utah State University Student Association and USU Student Involvement and Leadership, TEDx Unity was an independently organized TED event created to bring people together for a shared experience enhanced by dynamic speakers.

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After nearly three years, the student initiative to add lighting to Old Main Hill and the surrounding streets has been seen to completion. The lighting was added to provide extra safety for people walking around campus after sunset,
Student Initiative Illuminates Old Main Hill

Student Initiative Illuminates Old Main Hill

After nearly three years, the student initiative to add lighting to Old Main Hill and the surrounding streets has been seen to completion. The lighting was added to provide extra safety for people walking around campus after sunset,

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During “Dead Week,” which is the colloquial term for the week before finals week where the university does not permit major examinations to allow students to prepare for their final exams, Utah State University Campus Recreation hosted the First Annual Ag
USU Campus Recreation Hosts 1st Annual Aggie Recreation Triathlon

USU Campus Recreation Hosts 1st Annual Aggie Recreation Triathlon

During “Dead Week,” which is the colloquial term for the week before finals week where the university does not permit major examinations to allow students to prepare for their final exams, Utah State University Campus Recreation hosted the First Annual Ag...

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In what will be one of his final acts as president of the Utah State University Student Association, Sami Ahmed added his name to nine other student body presidents from across the state of Utah to a petition to affect climate change in the United States.
USUSA President Sami Ahmed Talks Carbon Dividends, Looks at Legacy Left Behind

USUSA President Sami Ahmed Talks Carbon Dividends, Looks at Legacy Left Behind

In what will be one of his final acts as president of the Utah State University Student Association, Sami Ahmed added his name to nine other student body presidents from across the state of Utah to a petition to affect climate change in the United States....

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There is no denying the challenges to mental health resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. A recent study of young adults found that 65% of those surveyed reported increased feelings of loneliness. This trend has also affected Aggies
USU's CARE Office: Providing Connection for Students

USU's CARE Office: Providing Connection for Students

There is no denying the challenges to mental health resulting from the COVID-19 pandemic. A recent study of young adults found that 65% of those surveyed reported increased feelings of loneliness. This trend has also affected Aggies

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This year, the Ivory Prize was awarded to Melissa Alarcón (left) and George Garcia. For their work with USU Latinos in Action (LIA)
Utah State University Awards Community Engagement Champions 2021

Utah State University Awards Community Engagement Champions 2021

This year, the Ivory Prize was awarded to Melissa Alarcón (left) and George Garcia. For their work with USU Latinos in Action (LIA)

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Organizations and Campus Diversity Vice President Emilee Harmon of the Utah State University Student Association (USUSA) issued the following message today, Friday, April 23: Students in the Utah State University community are hurting.
USUSA Diversity VP Issues Message of Solidarity

USUSA Diversity VP Issues Message of Solidarity

Organizations and Campus Diversity Vice President Emilee Harmon of the Utah State University Student Association (USUSA) issued the following message today, Friday, April 23: Students in the Utah State University community are hurting.

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Utah Conservation Corps is Utah State University’s field conservation program focused on creating a new generation of conservation leaders. The program is celebrating 20 years of hands-on service in Utah’s parks and public lands.
Utah Conservation Corps Celebrates 20 Years of Conservation Service

Utah Conservation Corps Celebrates 20 Years of Conservation Service

Utah Conservation Corps is Utah State University’s field conservation program focused on creating a new generation of conservation leaders. The program is celebrating 20 years of hands-on service in Utah’s parks and public lands.

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Utah State University’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) recently sent the following email to all students across USU’s Logan and Statewide campus system. All members of the USU community are encouraged to seek help if needed.
Students Encouraged to Seek Help Through CAPS

Students Encouraged to Seek Help Through CAPS

Utah State University’s Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) recently sent the following email to all students across USU’s Logan and Statewide campus system. All members of the USU community are encouraged to seek help if needed.

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The Say Hello campaign is an initiative to encourage students to take the first step in creating an environment where others feel welcomed and connected.
Say Hello at USU

Say Hello at USU

The Say Hello campaign is an initiative to encourage students to take the first step in creating an environment where others feel welcomed and connected.

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Utah State University fraternity Sigma Phi Epsilon hosted a “slightly sexy” carwash Tuesday afternoon to raise money for suicide prevention. Members of the fraternity dressed in their shorts and crop tops in 40 degree weather to wash cars for $5 each. T
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USU fraternity and sorority host series of philanthropy events

Utah State University fraternity Sigma Phi Epsilon hosted a “slightly sexy” carwash Tuesday afternoon to raise money for suicide prevention. Members of the fraternity dressed in their shorts and crop tops in 40 degree weather to wash cars for $5 each. T

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The Utah State University Inclusion Center created a new programming series, Fat Acceptance Fridays, which ran throughout the spring semester to target body positivity within the community.
“Fat Acceptance Fridays” challenge stigma and promote body positivity

“Fat Acceptance Fridays” challenge stigma and promote body positivity

The Utah State University Inclusion Center created a new programming series, Fat Acceptance Fridays, which ran throughout the spring semester to target body positivity within the community.

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Recent surveys at Utah State University indicate that the COVID-19 pandemic has likely increased mental and emotional health challenges among students. The Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) department has made adjustments to help students becom
CAPS Responds To Increase in Student Mental Health Challenges

CAPS Responds To Increase in Student Mental Health Challenges

Recent surveys at Utah State University indicate that the COVID-19 pandemic has likely increased mental and emotional health challenges among students. The Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) department has made adjustments to help students becom...

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In July of 2020, USU graduate student, Makenna Osborne, hosted a trail ride with a group of 12 veterans as part of her AmeriCorps experience with The Utah Higher Education AmeriCorps Network (UHEAN).
USU Student finds career path while making a difference through USU’s Equine Experience Program

USU Student finds career path while making a difference through USU’s Equine Experience Program

In July of 2020, USU graduate student, Makenna Osborne, hosted a trail ride with a group of 12 veterans as part of her AmeriCorps experience with The Utah Higher Education AmeriCorps Network (UHEAN).

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Each year, the Utah State University Center for Community Engagement (CCE) recognizes the work of those who exemplify mutually beneficial partnerships between USU and the greater community through the Community Engagement Awards.
Nominations open for 2021 Community Engagement Awards

Nominations open for 2021 Community Engagement Awards

Each year, the Utah State University Center for Community Engagement (CCE) recognizes the work of those who exemplify mutually beneficial partnerships between USU and the greater community through the Community Engagement Awards.

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Menstrual hygiene products will be free and easily accessible in all women’s restrooms at Utah State University starting this summer. USU will be the first higher education institution in Utah to provide this resource to women at their university.
USU to Become First University in Utah to Offer Free Feminine Hygiene Products

USU to Become First University in Utah to Offer Free Feminine Hygiene Products

Menstrual hygiene products will be free and easily accessible in all women’s restrooms at Utah State University starting this summer. USU will be the first higher education institution in Utah to provide this resource to women at their university.

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More than 360 students, faculty and staff virtually attended the annual USU Health and Wellness Expo from January 25 to 29 as part of an interdepartmental effort to increase awareness of health and wellness services and resources.
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Health Expo

More than 360 students, faculty and staff virtually attended the annual USU Health and Wellness Expo from January 25 to 29 as part of an interdepartmental effort to increase awareness of health and wellness services and resources.

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USU Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers a full schedule of appointments through telehealth, and when students reach out, they answer a series of questions to help ensure they are prioritized for an appointment.
Suicide Prevention: Protecting USU's Community

Suicide Prevention: Protecting USU's Community

USU Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) offers a full schedule of appointments through telehealth, and when students reach out, they answer a series of questions to help ensure they are prioritized for an appointment.

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During the summer of 2020, the Campus Recreation department at Utah State University partnered with the Plyo fitness app to bring its abilities to the USU campus. Since the program's launch in August, nearly 1,300 students have registered on the app that
USU Campus Recreation partners with Plyo apps

USU Campus Recreation partners with Plyo apps

During the summer of 2020, the Campus Recreation department at Utah State University partnered with the Plyo fitness app to bring its abilities to the USU campus. Since the program's launch in August, nearly 1,300 students have registered on the app that ...

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After a long and very much appreciated time with Utah State University, Dorcee Winward, Inclusion Center Office Manager, retired in January 2021. The Division of Student Affairs greatly appreciates all of Dorcee’s contributions and has deeply benefitted f
Dorcee Winward Retires - Time for Grandkids and Travel

Dorcee Winward Retires - Time for Grandkids and Travel

After a long and very much appreciated time with Utah State University, Dorcee Winward, Inclusion Center Office Manager, retired in January 2021. The Division of Student Affairs greatly appreciates all of Dorcee’s contributions and has deeply benefitted f...

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Utah State University's Center for Community Engagement has switched to AggiePulse, a new platform, to assist with finding and organizing engagement opportunities in the community.
AggiePulse: New Hub Connects People with Community Engagement Opportunities

AggiePulse: New Hub Connects People with Community Engagement Opportunities

Utah State University's Center for Community Engagement has switched to AggiePulse, a new platform, to assist with finding and organizing engagement opportunities in the community.

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According to an Impact Analysis report, students who participate in a fraternity or sorority at Utah State University experience an increase in likelihood to progress to the next semester compared to similar students who are not part of the Fraternity and
Participation in a USU fraternity or sorority increases student success, report says

Participation in a USU fraternity or sorority increases student success, report says

According to an Impact Analysis report, students who participate in a fraternity or sorority at Utah State University experience an increase in likelihood to progress to the next semester compared to similar students who are not part of the Fraternity and...

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The Education Outreach America Reads program at Utah State University was started by employees, Todd Milovich and Carol Rosenthal, in response to the Clinton administration’s America Reads Initiative in 1999.
Education Outreach is Thriving through Transition

Education Outreach is Thriving through Transition

The Education Outreach America Reads program at Utah State University was started by employees, Todd Milovich and Carol Rosenthal, in response to the Clinton administration’s America Reads Initiative in 1999.

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According to College Magazine, Utah State University has been ranked in the top ten colleges to respond to the coronavirus outbreak and is offering free testing for students, faculty, and staff at various locations around campus. Testing is a
When and How to Get Testing for COVID-19 on campus

When and How to Get Testing for COVID-19 on campus

According to College Magazine, Utah State University has been ranked in the top ten colleges to respond to the coronavirus outbreak and is offering free testing for students, faculty, and staff at various locations around campus. Testing is a

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Utah State University student Adam McClanahan has been named a Region VI Student Leader for the 2020-21 NIRSA Leaders in Collegiate Recreation Member Network.
Adam McClanahan Named a Student Leader for NIRSA Member Network

Adam McClanahan Named a Student Leader for NIRSA Member Network

Utah State University student Adam McClanahan has been named a Region VI Student Leader for the 2020-21 NIRSA Leaders in Collegiate Recreation Member Network.

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Every week until the new semester, the Service Center and the Inclusion Center will provide free ingredients and cooking demos.
Aggies Be Cookin' Free Meal Kits

Aggies Be Cookin' Free Meal Kits

Every week until the new semester, the Service Center and the Inclusion Center will provide free ingredients and cooking demos.

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The year 2020 has been chock-full of cancelations, abnormalities and frustrations. The Utah State University campus and its students have powered through schedule changes, courses going online, new safety regulations and more. Among the many student organ
eSports Helping Students Have Something to Cheer for During Pandemic

eSports Helping Students Have Something to Cheer for During Pandemic

The year 2020 has been chock-full of cancelations, abnormalities and frustrations. The Utah State University campus and its students have powered through schedule changes, courses going online, new safety regulations and more. Among the many student organ...

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For some, it is difficult to understand the line between an online study aid, such as Chegg or Course Hero, and cheating. These sites brand themselves as a helpful solution to already answered questions, but issues arise from this because the student trul
Study Aid or Cheating?

Study Aid or Cheating?

For some, it is difficult to understand the line between an online study aid, such as Chegg or Course Hero, and cheating. These sites brand themselves as a helpful solution to already answered questions, but issues arise from this because the student trul...

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Utah State University’s Val R. Christensen Service Center has partnered with Cache Community Connections (CCC) to create Community Rakes & Shovels, a service that provides raking and shoveling services for senior citizens and people with disabilities in C
USU Coordinating Volunteers to Provide Snow Shoveling for Cache Valley Residents in Need

USU Coordinating Volunteers to Provide Snow Shoveling for Cache Valley Residents in Need

Utah State University’s Val R. Christensen Service Center has partnered with Cache Community Connections (CCC) to create Community Rakes & Shovels, a service that provides raking and shoveling services for senior citizens and people with disabilities in C...

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Sarah (name changed to remain anonymous) is a sophomore at Utah State who used the Student Health Center for the first time this past semester. She came on a busy Sunday morning. “I needed to get done with my laundry so I hurried down the stairs and caug
How Many Student Access Student Health and Wellness Services

How Many Student Access Student Health and Wellness Services

Sarah (name changed to remain anonymous) is a sophomore at Utah State who used the Student Health Center for the first time this past semester. She came on a busy Sunday morning. “I needed to get done with my laundry so I hurried down the stairs and caug...

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The Utah State University Student Media program, which is housed within the Student Involvement & Leadership Department, consists of The Utah Statesman, Aggie Radio, Blue Light Media Productions and various other entities. The program has continually
USU Student Media Earns National Recognition

USU Student Media Earns National Recognition

The Utah State University Student Media program, which is housed within the Student Involvement & Leadership Department, consists of The Utah Statesman, Aggie Radio, Blue Light Media Productions and various other entities. The program has continually ...

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Utah State University’s Inclusion Center is sponsoring its 11th Annual Sub for Santa program for USU student families in need. Each year, student families who need assistance with funding holiday cheer are able to apply for help through this unique initi
Annual Sub for Santa in Full Swing

Annual Sub for Santa in Full Swing

Utah State University’s Inclusion Center is sponsoring its 11th Annual Sub for Santa program for USU student families in need. Each year, student families who need assistance with funding holiday cheer are able to apply for help through this unique initi...

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On August 30 reports of elevated levels of the COVID-19 virus were found in the wastewater samples from four of USU’s residence halls: Rich, Jones, Morgan, and Davis. The students in these dormitories then had COVID-19 testing at an Intermountain Healthca
Rapid Response to COVID Situation

Rapid Response to COVID Situation

On August 30 reports of elevated levels of the COVID-19 virus were found in the wastewater samples from four of USU’s residence halls: Rich, Jones, Morgan, and Davis. The students in these dormitories then had COVID-19 testing at an Intermountain Healthca...

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In honor of our 50th anniversary, the Service Center is highlighting 50 acts of service done by individuals and groups across campus. Read all about them!
50 Acts of Service for 50 Years

50 Acts of Service for 50 Years

In honor of our 50th anniversary, the Service Center is highlighting 50 acts of service done by individuals and groups across campus. Read all about them!

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Utah State University concluded its third annual Inclusive Excellence Symposium on Oct. 30. The 2020 symposium theme was “Black Lives Matter: A Community Calling.” The five-part symposium, hosted virtually by USU President Noelle Cockett and organized by
Third Annual Inclusive Excellence Symposium Available for Viewing Online

Third Annual Inclusive Excellence Symposium Available for Viewing Online

Utah State University concluded its third annual Inclusive Excellence Symposium on Oct. 30. The 2020 symposium theme was “Black Lives Matter: A Community Calling.” The five-part symposium, hosted virtually by USU President Noelle Cockett and organized by ...

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Utah State University is proud to celebrate Native American Heritage Month. As Utah’s land-grant institution, USU provides access to higher education throughout Utah and works with various tribes around the state to offer classes and higher education oppo
Utah State University Celebrates Native American Heritage Month

Utah State University Celebrates Native American Heritage Month

Utah State University is proud to celebrate Native American Heritage Month. As Utah’s land-grant institution, USU provides access to higher education throughout Utah and works with various tribes around the state to offer classes and higher education oppo...

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Utah State University Campus Recreation and Dining Services have entered into a partnership with the fitness app Plyo to offer rewards to students who are working toward their fitness goals. While logging their time in the app at Campus Rec facilities, US
Campus Rec and Dining Services Partner with Plyo App to Reward Student's Healthy Habits

Campus Rec and Dining Services Partner with Plyo App to Reward Student's Healthy Habits

Utah State University Campus Recreation and Dining Services have entered into a partnership with the fitness app Plyo to offer rewards to students who are working toward their fitness goals. While logging their time in the app at Campus Rec facilities, US...

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The Coronavirus pandemic has left a lasting impact across the higher education landscape this past year, and the ability for campuses to provide safe and engaging events for students has been a particular struggle. However, in spite of those challenges, U
USU's Student Involvement and Leadership office pivots to provide student events during pandemic

USU's Student Involvement and Leadership office pivots to provide student events during pandemic

The Coronavirus pandemic has left a lasting impact across the higher education landscape this past year, and the ability for campuses to provide safe and engaging events for students has been a particular struggle. However, in spite of those challenges, U...

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Utah State's Emergency Hardship Fund provides scholarships to students that have run into circumstances that otherwise lead to ending their educational pursuits at Utah State. This fund is one way the Division of Student Affairs works to fulfill its land-
USU Re-Opened Emergency Hardship Fund for COVID-19 Response

USU Re-Opened Emergency Hardship Fund for COVID-19 Response

Utah State's Emergency Hardship Fund provides scholarships to students that have run into circumstances that otherwise lead to ending their educational pursuits at Utah State. This fund is one way the Division of Student Affairs works to fulfill its land-...

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Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at Utah State University quickly implemented changes within their department to meet the needs of students during the COVID-19 pandemic. Through flexible and innovative ways, CAPS has shifted its individual and
USU Counseling and Psychological Services Respond to COVID-19

USU Counseling and Psychological Services Respond to COVID-19

Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) at Utah State University quickly implemented changes within their department to meet the needs of students during the COVID-19 pandemic. Through flexible and innovative ways, CAPS has shifted its individual and...

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November is nationally recognized as Native American Heritage Month. Utah State University is celebrating with month-long virtual events.
USU Native American Heritage Month celebrates with speaker Cornel Pewewardy (Comanche-Kiowa)

USU Native American Heritage Month celebrates with speaker Cornel Pewewardy (Comanche-Kiowa)

November is nationally recognized as Native American Heritage Month. Utah State University is celebrating with month-long virtual events.

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Aggie Blue Bikes was born out of a concern for air quality, especially during the winter months. Although air quality is still an issue, Aggie Blue Bikes was ahead of the curve in conversations and actions regarding sustainability.
Aggie Blue Bikes Celebrates 15 Years

Aggie Blue Bikes Celebrates 15 Years

Aggie Blue Bikes was born out of a concern for air quality, especially during the winter months. Although air quality is still an issue, Aggie Blue Bikes was ahead of the curve in conversations and actions regarding sustainability.

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The Utah Conservation Corps (UCC) at Utah State University is responding to Hurricanes Laura and Delta that have impacted the Lake Charles area of Louisiana over the past two months. The Disaster Services Unit of AmeriCorps has requested that the UCC depl
Utah Conservation Corps Responds to Louisiana Hurricanes

Utah Conservation Corps Responds to Louisiana Hurricanes

The Utah Conservation Corps (UCC) at Utah State University is responding to Hurricanes Laura and Delta that have impacted the Lake Charles area of Louisiana over the past two months. The Disaster Services Unit of AmeriCorps has requested that the UCC depl...

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Hosted by Utah State University President Noelle Cockett and organized by Aggies Think Care Act, the third annual Inclusive Excellence Symposium will be held Oct. 26-30. Sessions will be offered via Zoom from noon-1:30 p.m. each day.
USU Hosting Third Annual Inclusive Excellence Symposium

USU Hosting Third Annual Inclusive Excellence Symposium

Hosted by Utah State University President Noelle Cockett and organized by Aggies Think Care Act, the third annual Inclusive Excellence Symposium will be held Oct. 26-30. Sessions will be offered via Zoom from noon-1:30 p.m. each day.

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The Cache Community Gleaning Team is a student-driven program run through the Utah State University Center for Community Engagement. Founded in 2019 by two Dietetics students looking to make a difference in their community
Cache Gleaning Team Committed to Addressing Food Insecurity and Food Waste

Cache Gleaning Team Committed to Addressing Food Insecurity and Food Waste

The Cache Community Gleaning Team is a student-driven program run through the Utah State University Center for Community Engagement. Founded in 2019 by two Dietetics students looking to make a difference in their community

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Six months after the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic hit Utah, the Utah State University’s Counseling and Psychological Services is making sure all Utah State campus communities are aware of the mental health assistance it provides.
USU Counseling and Psychological Services Dedicated to Serving During COVID-19 Pandemic

USU Counseling and Psychological Services Dedicated to Serving During COVID-19 Pandemic

Six months after the worldwide COVID-19 pandemic hit Utah, the Utah State University’s Counseling and Psychological Services is making sure all Utah State campus communities are aware of the mental health assistance it provides.

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The Utah Food Corps, an AmeriCorps VISTA grant managed by the Utah State University Center for Community Engagement, has just concluded a successful first year. Eight AmeriCorps VISTA members have completed year-long terms of service that addressed studen
Utah Food Corps Celebrates Successful First Year

Utah Food Corps Celebrates Successful First Year

The Utah Food Corps, an AmeriCorps VISTA grant managed by the Utah State University Center for Community Engagement, has just concluded a successful first year. Eight AmeriCorps VISTA members have completed year-long terms of service that addressed studen...

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After 50 years of work on campus and in the community, the Val R. Christensen Service Center is going to continue doing what it does best. Through the hard work of its dedicated students, the Service Center has grown from its original few programs and wil
Val R. Christensen Service Center Celebrates 50 Years of Campus and Community Engagement

Val R. Christensen Service Center Celebrates 50 Years of Campus and Community Engagement

After 50 years of work on campus and in the community, the Val R. Christensen Service Center is going to continue doing what it does best. Through the hard work of its dedicated students, the Service Center has grown from its original few programs and wil...

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For their successes with Utah State’s club baseball program, the trio of Anderson, Doyle and Singer were recently named Rawlings National Club Baseball Association (NCBA) All-Decade First Team (2010-19).
Trio of USU Club Baseball Team Members Named to Rawlings NCBA All-Decade Team

Trio of USU Club Baseball Team Members Named to Rawlings NCBA All-Decade Team

For their successes with Utah State’s club baseball program, the trio of Anderson, Doyle and Singer were recently named Rawlings National Club Baseball Association (NCBA) All-Decade First Team (2010-19).

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The USU Protection Pledge states that individuals will take on the personal responsibility to do their part to limit the impact of coronavirus as the main campus in Logan and USU's Statewide Campuses are re-populated in the coming weeks.
Utah Conservation Corps AmeriCorps Member Honored

Utah Conservation Corps AmeriCorps Member Honored

The USU Protection Pledge states that individuals will take on the personal responsibility to do their part to limit the impact of coronavirus as the main campus in Logan and USU's Statewide Campuses are re-populated in the coming weeks.

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The USU Protection Pledge states that individuals will take on the personal responsibility to do their part to limit the impact of coronavirus as the main campus in Logan and USU's Statewide Campuses are re-populated in the coming weeks.
Aggies Encouraged to Pledge Their Determination to Help Limit Spread of COVID-19

Aggies Encouraged to Pledge Their Determination to Help Limit Spread of COVID-19

The USU Protection Pledge states that individuals will take on the personal responsibility to do their part to limit the impact of coronavirus as the main campus in Logan and USU's Statewide Campuses are re-populated in the coming weeks.

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Theta Nu Xi Multicultural Sorority, Inc. expanded to Utah State University in the spring of 2000 as the Epsilon chapter. This sisterhood was founded upon the principles of scholarship, service, sisterhood, leadership and multiculturalism. Theta Nu Xi is t
Epsilon Chapter of Theta Nu Xi Celebrates 20 Years

Epsilon Chapter of Theta Nu Xi Celebrates 20 Years

Theta Nu Xi Multicultural Sorority, Inc. expanded to Utah State University in the spring of 2000 as the Epsilon chapter. This sisterhood was founded upon the principles of scholarship, service, sisterhood, leadership and multiculturalism. Theta Nu Xi is t...

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When the Coronavirus shut down Utah State University’s on-campus activities in spring, departments were left scrambling trying to find the best way to serve students. When the Aggie Recreation Center closed, it was a blow to many students who found stress
USU Campus Recreation Earns Recognition for Digital Focus During Pandemic

USU Campus Recreation Earns Recognition for Digital Focus During Pandemic

When the Coronavirus shut down Utah State University’s on-campus activities in spring, departments were left scrambling trying to find the best way to serve students. When the Aggie Recreation Center closed, it was a blow to many students who found stress...

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Student organization's and student leaders within the Center for Community Engagement have stepped up and are still serving those in need of a meal during the Coronavirus pandemic. The Student Nutrition Access Center (SNAC Pantry) typically serves about
USU Fights Hunger Amidst COVID-19 Transition

USU Fights Hunger Amidst COVID-19 Transition

Student organization's and student leaders within the Center for Community Engagement have stepped up and are still serving those in need of a meal during the Coronavirus pandemic. The Student Nutrition Access Center (SNAC Pantry) typically serves about

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As protests across our nation and in Salt Lake City have unfolded over the past week, the pain and anger over the death of George Floyd have exposed the deep damage that exists within our communities because of generations of inequity and systemic racism.
USU Offers its Deepest Sympathy and Support

USU Offers its Deepest Sympathy and Support

As protests across our nation and in Salt Lake City have unfolded over the past week, the pain and anger over the death of George Floyd have exposed the deep damage that exists within our communities because of generations of inequity and systemic racism....

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On February 8, 2020, the Utah State University Student Association (USUSA) and Residence Life’s West Campus (Living Learning Community & Darwin Apartments) staff collaborated for the first time to host the university’s annual Mardi Gras event.
A New Twist to USU’s Annual Mardi Gras

A New Twist to USU’s Annual Mardi Gras

On February 8, 2020, the Utah State University Student Association (USUSA) and Residence Life’s West Campus (Living Learning Community & Darwin Apartments) staff collaborated for the first time to host the university’s annual Mardi Gras event.

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Research shows that one-third of USU students are unable to access sufficient quantities of affordable, nutritious food. The SNAC pantry provides resources to students and members of the campus community who either do not have enough money to buy food, ar
Feeding the Aggie Family: USU's Food Pantry Still Seeks Donations During Pandemic

Feeding the Aggie Family: USU's Food Pantry Still Seeks Donations During Pandemic

Research shows that one-third of USU students are unable to access sufficient quantities of affordable, nutritious food. The SNAC pantry provides resources to students and members of the campus community who either do not have enough money to buy food, ar...

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Although the doors on the building are closed, Utah State Student Health and Wellness is continuing to meet the needs of students while keeping patients and staff safe using creative solutions. Through improved screening techniques, flexibility with telem
Keeping Safe and Providing Services

Keeping Safe and Providing Services

Although the doors on the building are closed, Utah State Student Health and Wellness is continuing to meet the needs of students while keeping patients and staff safe using creative solutions. Through improved screening techniques, flexibility with telem...

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Utah State University wants to remind students of the many health resources available to students during summer semester. The services are available to students signed up for summer semester, as well as continuing students signed up for fall semester.
Student Mental Health Resources Still Offered and Without Wait Time

Student Mental Health Resources Still Offered and Without Wait Time

Utah State University wants to remind students of the many health resources available to students during summer semester. The services are available to students signed up for summer semester, as well as continuing students signed up for fall semester.

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Utah State University’s Campus Recreation wants children to have fun and stay active this summer despite the COVID-19 pandemic, and has created the Aggie Rec Summer Fun program. The virtual camp experience is open for kids from kindergarten to sixth grade
Aggie Recreation Provides Virtual Summer Fun for Children

Aggie Recreation Provides Virtual Summer Fun for Children

Utah State University’s Campus Recreation wants children to have fun and stay active this summer despite the COVID-19 pandemic, and has created the Aggie Rec Summer Fun program. The virtual camp experience is open for kids from kindergarten to sixth grade...

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The programs of the Service Center did all kinds of work in our communities this academic year, from picking fruit to interpreting at parent-teacher conferences.
Celebrating a Successful Year of Service

Celebrating a Successful Year of Service

The programs of the Service Center did all kinds of work in our communities this academic year, from picking fruit to interpreting at parent-teacher conferences.

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Final exams can induce stress and the outreach event, “Stress Busters” organized by the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) through the Reach/Peer program, hopes to bring awareness of ways stress can be combatted.
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Stress Busters

Final exams can induce stress and the outreach event, “Stress Busters” organized by the Counseling and Psychological Services (CAPS) through the Reach/Peer program, hopes to bring awareness of ways stress can be combatted.

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The international Coronavirus pandemic is seeing people around the world stuck at home, and as Utah State University follows the guidelines to keep both the students and the workforce safe, Campus Recreation has created a series of at-home workouts.
Campus Rec Provides Fitness at Home Workouts

Campus Rec Provides Fitness at Home Workouts

The international Coronavirus pandemic is seeing people around the world stuck at home, and as Utah State University follows the guidelines to keep both the students and the workforce safe, Campus Recreation has created a series of at-home workouts.

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Utah State University’s Office of Research and the School of Graduate Studies named the 2020 Graduate Faculty Mentor of the Year, Melanie Domenech Rodríguez, and the Undergraduate Research Faculty Mentor of the Year, Mehmet Soyer.
Exemplary Community-Engaged Faculty Members Receive Mentors of the Year

Exemplary Community-Engaged Faculty Members Receive Mentors of the Year

Utah State University’s Office of Research and the School of Graduate Studies named the 2020 Graduate Faculty Mentor of the Year, Melanie Domenech Rodríguez, and the Undergraduate Research Faculty Mentor of the Year, Mehmet Soyer.

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In mid-November 2019 the Val R. Christensen Service Center at Utah State University partnered with USU’s Dining Services to raise nearly $9,000 for the Cache Community Food Pantry, while also hosting an event demonstrating principles of food security.
$9,000 raised for the Cache Community Food Pantry

$9,000 raised for the Cache Community Food Pantry

In mid-November 2019 the Val R. Christensen Service Center at Utah State University partnered with USU’s Dining Services to raise nearly $9,000 for the Cache Community Food Pantry, while also hosting an event demonstrating principles of food security.

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Research shows that students who get involved in USUSA organizations at USU are more likely to persist.
Involved students more likely to graduate

Involved students more likely to graduate

Research shows that students who get involved in USUSA organizations at USU are more likely to persist.

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Utah State University has a long, fruitful connection with the U.S. military, and that tradition continues today with the university’s recent inclusion on several lists recognizing the nation’s top online programs for veterans.
Utah State Online Program Among the Nation's Best for Veterans

Utah State Online Program Among the Nation's Best for Veterans

Utah State University has a long, fruitful connection with the U.S. military, and that tradition continues today with the university’s recent inclusion on several lists recognizing the nation’s top online programs for veterans.

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With mountains at every vantage point and national forests providing day hikes and multi-day treks, the possibilities for adventure in Cache Valley seem limitless — that is until that hot spot turns into a blister, food runs low or a bathroom can’t be fou
Wild Womxn series focuses on inclusion in outdoor recreation

Wild Womxn series focuses on inclusion in outdoor recreation

With mountains at every vantage point and national forests providing day hikes and multi-day treks, the possibilities for adventure in Cache Valley seem limitless — that is until that hot spot turns into a blister, food runs low or a bathroom can’t be fou...

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Students at Utah State University will soon be able to take an online survey that will help administrators develop a comprehensive strategic plan addressing students’ mental well-being.
Mental Well-being Study

Mental Well-being Study

Students at Utah State University will soon be able to take an online survey that will help administrators develop a comprehensive strategic plan addressing students’ mental well-being.

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Utah State University has been awarded the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification, the highest level of recognition for community engagement.
Carnegie Community Engagement Classification

Carnegie Community Engagement Classification

Utah State University has been awarded the Carnegie Community Engagement Classification, the highest level of recognition for community engagement.

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Dining Services partnered with Residence Life and provided linens, plates, silverware and glass cups so students could have a more personal home feel to Residence Life's Thanksgiving Program
Residence Life's Thanksgiving Program

Residence Life's Thanksgiving Program

Dining Services partnered with Residence Life and provided linens, plates, silverware and glass cups so students could have a more personal home feel to Residence Life's Thanksgiving Program

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The Utah State University Center for Community Engagement and USU Advancement office have received funding from the Clark and Christine Ivory Foundation to establish the Ivory Prize for Excellence.
Community Engagement Creates Ivory Prize

Community Engagement Creates Ivory Prize

The Utah State University Center for Community Engagement and USU Advancement office have received funding from the Clark and Christine Ivory Foundation to establish the Ivory Prize for Excellence.

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The Utah State University Center for Community Engagement and Public & School Partnership celebrated the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday through a number of service projects that engaged USU students, staff and faculty in the Cache Valley community.
USU Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr Day Through Service

USU Celebrates Martin Luther King Jr Day Through Service

The Utah State University Center for Community Engagement and Public & School Partnership celebrated the Martin Luther King Jr. Day holiday through a number of service projects that engaged USU students, staff and faculty in the Cache Valley community.

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The Student Health and Wellness Center offers influenza vaccines for the students at USU. Is it worth taking the time and the minimal pain involved to get the vaccine?
Flu Frenzy or Just Another Illness

Flu Frenzy or Just Another Illness

The Student Health and Wellness Center offers influenza vaccines for the students at USU. Is it worth taking the time and the minimal pain involved to get the vaccine?

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The Utah State University Student Nutrition Access Center (SNAC Pantry) has made its mark on USU’s campus population over the course of the last 10 years. The SNAC Pantry was formed in 2010 as a student-run organization and has continued to be student run
SNAC Pantry Anniversary

SNAC Pantry Anniversary

The Utah State University Student Nutrition Access Center (SNAC Pantry) has made its mark on USU’s campus population over the course of the last 10 years. The SNAC Pantry was formed in 2010 as a student-run organization and has continued to be student run...

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Students at all of Utah State University’s campuses now have free access to an online tool to help them address mental health concerns. The university is now covering the cost for students to access the ACT Guide program, which is regularly $10 per user.
Free Online Tool to help address mental health concerns

Free Online Tool to help address mental health concerns

Students at all of Utah State University’s campuses now have free access to an online tool to help them address mental health concerns. The university is now covering the cost for students to access the ACT Guide program, which is regularly $10 per user. ...

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Utah State University’s Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) was featured as Rec of the Month by Campus Rec magazine for December 2019.
ARC Named Rec of the Month

ARC Named Rec of the Month

Utah State University’s Aggie Recreation Center (ARC) was featured as Rec of the Month by Campus Rec magazine for December 2019.

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Cranksgiving is a Thanksgiving tradition that began in 1999 on the streets of New York City. Although the tradition has been alive for twenty years, this is only the second year of it coming to Logan.
Cranksgiving Aggie Blue Bikes Tradition

Cranksgiving Aggie Blue Bikes Tradition

Cranksgiving is a Thanksgiving tradition that began in 1999 on the streets of New York City. Although the tradition has been alive for twenty years, this is only the second year of it coming to Logan.