A live band, a chance to paint a pot for succulents and free hot dogs are among the many enticements that brought over 400 students to Utah State University’s Artoberfest on Thursday evening.
Standing in front of members of her swim club, coaches and teams from around the state, Nikki Walsh was trying wrack her brain for some form of an acceptance speech as one of her former swimmers presented her the Senior Coach of the Year Award for the State of Utah for 2019.
This is the seventh year in a row that the fall enrollment count for Logan City School District has brought bad news, but members of the Board of Education hope a personal approach might bring growth.
Artoberfest is making its fifth appearance at Utah State University bringing art showcases, vendors, and a lineup of student performances from 4-8 p.m. Thursday, Oct. 10.
A Fast Forward Charter High School student was arrested Monday afternoon after bringing a firearm to the campus, according to school and police officials.
When Peggy Reese heard about children taking ketchup packets home from school and using them to make soup, she knew she had to do something.
USU president highlights expansion in address
Deserae Turner voted Green Canyon homecoming queen
Logan High School has several events scheduled in the coming week as part of its annual Homecoming celebration.
USUSA Muslim Student’s Club president gives lecture on Islam
The North Park Police Department has announced road closures for Green Canyon High School's homecoming parade Wednesday.
Stacks of Utah State University football jerseys cover the surfaces of Melinda Garren’s kitchen from the counter to the chairs. The spaces not covered in jerseys are filled with a cutting mat and her sewing machine.
Composting service among presenters at Food Summit at USU
Despite rainy weather, hundreds of Utah State University students, faculty and staff gathered on the Quad on Friday morning to participate in the Global Climate Strike.
The whole community is invited to free classes, tours, samples, competitions and more at the first Aggie Chocolate Expo next week.
USU’s Caine College welcomes new dean, focus on inclusivity
Utah State University students and Cache Valley community members of all ages filled Lucky Slice Pizza on Monday night to participate in an “ethics slam.”
Local philosophy educators are inviting the public to give their take on climate change during an “ethics slam” on Monday in Logan.
Team riders from the Cache Valley High School Mountain Bike Team mustered at first dam yesterday for an all-girls ride.
Utah State University announced on Thursday it will be opening a new Center for Intersectional Gender Studies and Research, following the permanent closure of its Center for Women and Gender at the beginning of this month.
The Norah Eccles Harrison Museum of Art will host KUED’s monthly “Book Club in a Box” from September to April this year.
To celebrate the beginning of the school year, Utah State University Housing and USU Sustainability are hosting a Blue Goes Green Day at First Dam.
Just in time for the fall semester, Aggie Bull-evard reopened on Monday after being closed to through traffic for summer construction.
Since opening less than a year ago, the world is beginning to notice USU’s Research Lab and Chocolate Factory, the first of its kind associated with a university—as far as Steve Shelton, the Plant Production Manager for the Aggie Chocolate Factory and Business Manager for Aggie Ice Cream, knows.
Hundreds of backpacks — 663, to be exact — are packed and ready to go for the upcoming school year at the Little Lambs warehouse in Logan.
The Utah State Board of Education announced that the Logan City School District Teacher of the Year is one of the five finalists for the 2020 Utah Teacher of the Year.
Cache County School District believes in the difference a simple hello or smile can make in the lives of many students.
As faculty, staff and students at Utah State University prepare for fall semester, the Affirmative Action and Equal Opportunity Office prepares with a name change.
One of Utah State University’s storied residence halls, Valley View Tower, is being demolished — but not in the way that a lot of people would like to see.
A Utah State University faculty member’s unique project and student engagement has been recognized as one of six national award recipients.
A group of volunteers from Utah State University is asking Cache Valley residents who own fruit trees or have a vegetable garden to allow a group of volunteers to pick their excess fruit or vegetables.
As hard as it is to believe summer is coming to an end, the store aisles lined with school supplies testify of the ever approaching first day of school, and a local nonprofit is asking for school supply donations to help Cache Valley refugee and immigrant families.
A pumpkin hurtling through the air for 300 meters using medieval technology is how a local historical researcher and medieval siege engineer hopes to demonstrate the awesome power of medieval engineering techniques.
As the number of students seeking help after sexual violence increases, Utah State University’s Sexual Assault and Anti-Violence Information office continues to grow.
Utah State University has named the Vice President of Industry Relations for Dairy West as the new Western Dairy Center director.
A Utah State University faculty member is among more than 300 recipients of the highest honor awarded by the U.S. government to scientists and engineers.
As part of its summer reading program, the North Logan City Library presented an entertaining and educational space-themed puppet show by the Rocky Mountain Puppets.
Researchers from Utah State University’s biology department and ecology center are inviting science enthusiasts of all ages to contribute data to a research project examining the interactions of various insects with alfalfa plants.
A visiting exhibit at Utah State University highlights the work of a 20th-century political cartoonist and women’s rights advocate.
The Utah State University Jazz Orchestra and the faculty jazz combo will host a benefit concert to help fund their upcoming European tour at 7 p.m. on Tuesday at the Russell/Wanlass Performance Hall, 600 N. 1150 East.
In an effort to make Utah State University a more family-friendly campus, the Aggie Childcare Committee is raising funds to help the construction of an infant care/lactation space in the Merrill-Cazier Library.
Utah State University hosted 200 students from nine different schools for the fifth annual USU STARS! GEAR UP Transition Camp.
The Logan City School District has approved a one-year pilot for a supplemental kindergarten program at Hillcrest Elementary School at its Board of Education meeting Tuesday evening.
Registration just opened for Logan High School's Class of 1969 reunion, scheduled for next month.
The Logan City School District announced the latest changes in a series of administrative changes in the district this week.
With the recent addition of a grant, the Utah State University has launched a lab ventilation project to move forward with their resolution to become carbon neutral by 2050.
Staff at the Nora Eccles Harrison Museum of Art are working on new events and activities as a way to encourage the public to visit the recently-remodeled space on the Utah State University campus.
After six years of being a part of Utah State University’s College of Engineering, the department of computer science will move back to the College of Science effective July 1.
After recently being granted accreditation for the Utah State University Bachelor of Science in Nursing program, the department is fine-tuning the programs for the fall semester.
A girl riding her mountain bike on the Cache Valley terrain with local landmarks in the background is the artistic piece that will be seen driving around the valley this year as the winner of the Art in Transit competition to design a bus wrap.
Logan High School’s Taylor Fang has been named one of five 2019 National Student Poets, chosen from over 20,000 entrants.
A few dozen community members and Utah State University students gathered on the steps of the Logan Tabernacle on Friday morning for a voting rights march.
LOGAN, Utah — Concerns about a recent decision affecting the Logan High School lacrosse program prompted a group of parents and players to petition the Logan City School District to reinstate the lacrosse head coach at the Board of Education meeting Tuesday evening.
LOGAN, Utah — An audience of students, educators and community members enjoyed a “visit” from the 19th-century abolitionists Fredrick Douglass and Lucretia Mott during a program on Monday evening at Utah State University.