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5 things we learned from spring

Utah State spring football started off with a lot of questions. However, over the last month or so of play from the Aggies, a handful at least appear to be answered. Here are five things we learned from spring football. 1. The Aggies need Chuckie. The play from the quarterbacks was underwhelming overall. Full story

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Strutting their stuff

Male students don high heels in support of Sexual Assault Awareness Month

Some traded dress shoes for decorated flip-flops; others swapped sneakers for shiny red heels. No matter their footwear, men and women joined together Wednesday afternoon to Walk A Mile in Her Shoes. This is the ninth year the Sexaul Assault and Anti-Violence Information Office has sponsored the national campaign to march against rape, sexual assault and gender violence. Full story

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Student-Logan city interaction increasing

Students were invited Monday outside the Taggart Student Center Auditorium to locate areas of concern on maps of Logan and describe the problem to Logan city officials. Large zoomed-in maps with an aerial satellite view of neighborhoods surrounding USU were laid on three tables with several post-it notes stuck in various locations. Full story

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Not just an extra year or two

Students, faculty explain the importance of taking on research, graduate school

The Office of Research and Graduate Studies at USU celebrated the successes of both faculty and students during Research Week April 7-11. Workshops and presentations highlighted the work of Aggie graduate students. “The research component that graduate students fulfill is a great way to give a vibrancy and life to our teaching programs,” said Mark R. Full story

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Effects far-reaching in Ukraine conflict

Ukraine, along with Crimea and President Vladimir Putin of Russia, have been topics of international news for months. The interest of Americans, as well as what America should do about the situation, has been debated and talked over. As a result of the tension in Russia and the Ukraine, the Huntsman School of Business’ one-week trip to Russia for this summer was cancelled. Full story

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Schlott invited to WNBA training camp

The call came early Wednesday morning from both the head coach and the general manager of the Indiana Fever. Former USU star point guard Jennifer Schlott is heading to WNBA training camp. “It was pretty much a surprise,” Schlott said. “I kind of thought I might get invited to one or two, but I didn’t think it’d be so soon. Full story

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Do you believe in Magic?

Mythological card game brings sense of unity to student players and collectors

Since 1993, the trading card game Magic: The Gathering has taken the gaming world by storm, and students on campus are still playing it. The first of its kind, this trading card game is both the largest and the longest-lasting with More than 12 million players, even drawing in actors like Nathan Fillion and Seth Green. Full story