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SPS: Anyone can bust myths

Apple, watermelon, cantelope, meat get the bullet at Friday night activity

The USU chapter of the Society of Physics Students confirmed and “busted” some popular myths at its annual MythBusters event on Friday. Modeled after the popular “MythBusters” TV show, audience members had the chance to find out whether a person can relax on a board of nails, shock another person through their finger, commit the perfect crime with an ice bullet and whether a penny dropped from the Empire State Building could kill someone. Full story

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Spring football

Players that helped themselves in spring ball

There were a lot of questions to be answered going into the spring football season and the spring game. Some players lived up to expectations for open positions and some simply came out of nowhere. “Performances by individuals in the spring game will go a long way in defining roles as we head into the summer,” said head coach Matt Wells before the spring game. Full story

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Logan City Limits

Logan City Limits sets the stage for local musicians

Mideau performs in music festival

Mideau, a Utah-based indie rock band, played at Saturday’s Logan City Limits music festival as one of the headline bands. Lead singer Libbie Linton is a USU alumna. “I came to Utah State for college, so that makes us all best friends,” Linton said during her performance. Full story

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Aggies set individual and team records

In its inaugural year in the Mountain West Conference, the Utah State women’s tennis team has raised the bar. The Aggies have set a new school record for team wins in a season at 13. Coming off of a disappointing three-win season last year, USU has exceeded expectations set by many. Full story

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Dose of reality: Evictions happen in college

Where a student lives during their college years is a huge component of the college experience as a whole. Students often spend countless hours researching and touring various places both on and off campus. However, that can be jeopardized if policies are broken and eviction results. Full story