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On this addition of Cache Rendezvous. A USU woman who was raped her freshman has created a non-profit organization to help other sexual assault victims. The USU Equine is a program that always has cool projects and this one. A USU student in the equine program faces some physical challenges that hasn't let his love for horses get in the way. We saw some heartbreak and some excitement this season and there will be some changes coming to Aggie sports. Let's take a rewind to show you what's happened this year. Here, at Utah's lakes and ponds, you probably won't ever see someone surfing. Even though we don't live by the ocean, one Logan man is keeping his passions alive.

Producer: Hailey Hendricks

Today's WORD on Journalism

good reminder

““Pity the nation whose people are sheep,
 and whose shepherds mislead them.

Pity the nation whose leaders are liars, whose sages are silenced,
 and whose bigots haunt the airwaves.

Pity the nation that raises not its voice,
 except to praise conquerors and acclaim the bully as hero
 and aims to rule the world with force and by torture.

Pity the nation that knows no other language but its own
 and no other culture but its own.

Pity the nation whose breath is money
 and sleeps the sleep of the too well fed.

Pity the nation — oh, pity the people who allow their rights to erode
 and their freedoms to be washed away.

My country, tears of thee, sweet land of liberty.”


―Lawrence Ferlinghetti, activist poet and playwright, “Pity the Nation” (After Khalil Gibran), 2007.


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