USU successfully defended its Red Cross Blood Battle title against Weber State, collecting blood donations during the first week of fall semester.
New USU freshmen celebrate the conclusion of Connections Week and the beginning of their academic journeys at the annual Luminary event.
Fall semester is almost here, and we can barely mask our excitement.
Face coverings only enhance Big Blue's swagger.
The NEOWISE comet streaks through the sky above the Benson Marina. The comet was discovered by a telescope built by the USU Space Dynamics Laboratory.
A sight seen on many buildings on the Logan campus, ivy crawls up the side of PR & Marketing building during the summer months.
Confirmed: Old Main looks good from every angle.
Nothing stops Aggies from enjoying their summer. This creative photo in Arches National Park comes courtesy of Abood Alhabib.
Relaxing in the grass in front of Old Main, a baby and dog make their Aggie pride known.
Old Main always looks good, even in illustrations. This one was created by USU psychology student James Clayton.
The Hill Air Force Base F-35 Lightning II Demonstration Team flies past Old Main in Logan, saluting Utah's front-line COVID-19 workers with a statewide flyover.
It's not the moment you expected, but it is still YOUR moment. Congratulations to the USU graduates of 2020!
Tulips bloom in front of Old Main on a beautiful April morning.
A massive rainbow arches over the Logan campus during an April afternoon.
If you're driving around Cache Valley city streets, you may catch a glimpse of this fantastic Old Main-themed mailbox.
Two puppies chum it up for a photo atop the Block A at Old Main.
Flowers hint at the coming spring during a beautiful March morning on The Quad.
USU students pose in front of their Old Main sandcastle on a San Diego beach during Spring Break.
Big Blue says happy fifth birthday to the 19 Aggie students born on February 29.
Aggies from the Huntsman School of Business fly the Utah State University flag on top of Mount Kilimanjaro.
USU President Noelle Cockett Poses for a photo with a student researcher at the Utah State Capitol on Feb. 18.
USU student Cole Taylor relaxes on his loveseat atop the Block "A" at Old main.
Aggies always show out for the annual Spectrum Magic game. Free t-shirts help, too.
Nothing better than reppin' Aggie gear on a Friday!