IN FOCUS

Worth It

No matter where your degree takes you, you'll always be an Aggie.

At Long Last

Graduates at USU Uintah Basin, USU Eastern and USU Blanding celebrated their big day in style.

End of Year Bash

The National Parks performed for USU students in the Nelson Fieldhouse to celebrate the closing of spring semester.

Aggies Say Hello

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.

Aggie "Snow" Angel

Aggie goals: Accumulate enough swag that you can make snow angels while indoors.

A Sight for Sore Eyes

The snow isn't going anywhere for a while, but signs of spring are already starting to creep into the picture.

Good Boy!

Show us a dog who doesn't love the thistle.

Blizzard Bull

A bull sculpted from snow sits on the quad in front of Old Main. Photo courtesy of USU student Kimmie Hill.

Return of The HURD

The USU student section enjoyed its first taste of football at Maverik Stadium during the COVID-19 pandemic.

Autumn Gossip

It's a beautiful time of year to relax outside and gab about college life.

Bleeding Blue

USU successfully defended its Red Cross Blood Battle title against Weber State, collecting blood donations during the first week of fall semester.

Fresh on the Block

New USU freshmen celebrate the conclusion of Connections Week and the beginning of their academic journeys at the annual Luminary event.

Soon

Fall semester is almost here, and we can barely mask our excitement.