Winter has officially come to Logan, and it brought this little snowman with it. (Photo by: Tess Hungerford)
USU Physics students conduct outreach and education at the Kennedy Space Center in Florida ahead of the launch of the Atmospheric Waves Experiment or AWE.
It's a spooky time of year
They don't call us Aggies for nothin'.
It's one of our favorite traditions. Welcome Class of 2027.
Summer looks good on USU
Thanks for all the smiles, memories, and sharing your time with us USU graduates!
Aggie alum and Utah First Lady Abby Cox speaks with an athlete while playing basketball at the Utah State University's Special Olympics Unified Sports League on Tuesday, Feb. 28.
The Daines Concert Hall enjoyed the musical talents of the Debra Bonner Unity Gospel Choir during the Martin Luther King Jr. holiday weekend.
Old Main Hill never looked so tasty.
The College of Veterinary Medicine's Reindeer Express event returned for 2022.
Are you even an Aggie if you can't feel the cold in this picture?
Spectrum season is the most wonderful time of the year.
Crisp air and crunchy leaves. What more could you ask for?
Do not attempt unless you are made of calcium phosphate.
Are you even an Aggie if you haven't participated in a cow-milking contest?
It's always fun to be an Aggie.
Aggies enjoyed two jam-packed weeks of events to kick off fall semester. The Quad could use a breather.
The USU Class of 2026 has arrived in style.
Big Blue has been keeping busy over the summer.
USU Facilities successfully moved an 80-year-old gingko tree to a new home, making way for the new Global Teaching and Learning Center.
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.