USU's Latinx Cultural Center partnered with Latinos in Action to host a bootcamp for northern Utah high school LIA leaders.
No scoop too big. No belly to small.
Gov. Spencer Cox visited the USU Brigham City campus and humbled Big Blue with a lesson on the finer points of pickleball.
Campus feels empty without you, but at least it's pretty.
Graduation portraits get more creative every year, and we're here for it.
May the 4th be with you. Always.
Where flowers bloom, so does hope.
USU students gathered on the Quad and took the pledge to start by believing survivors of sexual violence.
When the weather warms up, USU softball players come out of hibernation.
Golden Hour is undefeated in our neck of the woods.
The tastiest of holidays, celebrated with USU flair.
Big Blue is no longer in charge of our party planning committee. Happy 134th birthday to us, we guess.
We stand united for democracy. We stand united for freedom for Ukraine.
Big Blue's kiss list just got a little longer.
True Blue Aggie Fridays always get us hyped for the weekend.
There’s nothing “plane” about this view.
Sometimes, studying in the TSC is the best way to escape those cold January days.
You probably don't miss the Old Main Hill steps, but they miss you.
Happiness is fresh snow and a sled.
December just started, but we're already in the holiday spirit.
Thousands of mini U.S. flags decorate the lawn outside of the Taggart Student Center on Veterans Day, honoring all service members who have fallen during the War on Terror.
USU recently celebrated the lives of those who are no longer with us. Feliz Dia de los Muertos!
We're already missing Homecoming Week. Can we have another one?
We couldn't decide which is prettier: Fall leaves or Old Main? We'll just combine them.