Warm weather = A great time to skate around the quad.
No matter where your degree takes you, you'll always be an Aggie.
Graduates at USU Uintah Basin, USU Eastern and USU Blanding celebrated their big day in style.
The National Parks performed for USU students in the Nelson Fieldhouse to celebrate the closing of spring semester.
Aggies again took part in the "Hello Walk," a longstanding USU tradition where students are encouraged to say "hello" to one another as they walk the sidewalk from Old Main to Huntsman Hall.
Hello, Spring. We've missed you.
133 is the new 33, right?
Aggie goals: Accumulate enough swag that you can make snow angels while indoors.
The snow isn't going anywhere for a while, but signs of spring are already starting to creep into the picture.
Show us a dog who doesn't love the thistle.
A bull sculpted from snow sits on the quad in front of Old Main. Photo courtesy of USU student Kimmie Hill.
It's great to see faces (masked up, of course) on our campuses again.
You can't beat the beauty of a snow-dusted campus.
Old Main never looked so tasty.
It's hard to top the autumn beauty of our Logan campus.
The first snowfall is always such a tease.
The USU student section enjoyed its first taste of football at Maverik Stadium during the COVID-19 pandemic.
It's a beautiful time of year to relax outside and gab about college life.
The USU class of 2042 is here to brighten your day.
Logan Canyon turned on the Fruity Pebbles filter.
The USU Rodeo Club competes at the Cache County Fairgrounds on September 25.
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.