Friday’s “Science Unwrapped” featured National Public Radio Science Correspondent Joe Palca, who chose to speak about “Unwrapping Science on the Radio.”
Nov 16, 2014
Nov 7, 2014
LOGAN — It’s the beginning of November, the season of giving. And the Cache Community Food Pantry is reaping the benefits.
Nov 4, 2014
RICHMOND — Snow may have already fallen in the Bear River Mountains, but the newest Cache Valley ski resort is still rushing to finish final preparations before it can properly welcome the 2014-2015 ski season. Cherry Peak Resort, which sits east of Richmond, is anticipating opening Dec. 13th.
Oct 30, 2014
Recycling on campus is now easier thanks to efforts by the Utah State University’s Sustainability Council — part of USU facilities.
Oct 15, 2014
Carrying a concealed weapon on Utah State University campus is legal, but on Wednesday carrying was part of a larger debate involving a feminist speaker and malicious threats made against her.
Oct 6, 2014
Rich or poor, kids enrolled in child care facilities in Utah consistently score lower on proficiency tests in math than in English, according to research from Utah State University due to be published in November.
A new season has brought a new direction for the Aggie Marching Band. As band director Joseph Falvey begins his second year at Utah State University, he's making changes to the marching style and music choices.
Utah State University students dressed themselves in safety hats and glasses as they took turns hitting a Brigham Young University-themed car with a sledgehammer in the Car Smash for Cancer on Thursday afternoon at the Sigma Chi parking lot.
Scared. Torn. Hopeless. That's how intoxicated minors can sometimes feel when they find themselves in dangerous or compromising situations. A call to the police can bring help — but also a criminal charge for being a minor in possession, or MIP.
Researchers at Utah State University are working toward a potential cure for diabetes — and they're using a bubonic plague enzyme to do it.