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Thank you, Marissa!

In the six years Marissa Neeley has worked with Utah State University Student Media, she has built a legacy and framework of what a student leader should be. Starting as a Utah Statesman staff writer, she published more than 45 articles in seven months. Almost...

How New Promotions Team Impacts Aggie Radio 

This semester has been big for Aggie Radio as this year’s new promotions team has been behind the scenes with a goal to “create self-sustaining systems that will effectively run our marketing team.” Ari Romo has been a large part of reaching this goal as promotions...

Aggie Radio Board of Directors Takes on CBI St. Louis

Written by: Sydney Dahle A selection of radio board members attended College Broadcasting Inc. St. Louis the last week in October. CBI is a multimedia conference focused on provided attendees with classes and information to better their radio and media experiences, in...

Video Team to Production Studio

Written by: Sydney Dahle This year, Klaus VanZanten is taking video production to a new level. After Utah State’s SNAC facility moved, VanZanten saw the opportunity for a new studio and seized it. Faculty was more than willing to help, providing VanZanten and his team...

Summer Citizen Gets Show on Aggie Radio

Fred Coad and his wife spent the summer in Logan living in Millennial Towers. They were program coordinators for the Summer Citizens program which brings several couples out of the heat of the Arizona summer to the green, and much-cooler, Cache Valley. As program...

Mental Health Issue 2019

March 29th issue of The Utah Statesman was a special edition centered around Mental Health Awareness Week. Each story in the issue relates to mental health and USU students, fulfilling our goal to encourage students to “Stop the Stigma” a phrase seen on the first page...

Aggies Win at Mountain West Tournament

The Aggies have just gained there first title since 2011 as Mountain West Champs. Not only is this title a huge deal for Aggies, it’s an automatic in to the NCAA Tournament. Student Media sent a group to the tournament to document the weekend. This included our Sports...

Highlander Releases First Edition

This month a new magazine was released by USU Student Media. Highlander’s goal is to encourage readers to get outside and inform about conservation. The name itself stems from USU’s roots. “The idea behind it really was the fact that we are an outdoorsy school without...

ACP/CMBAM Awards Student Media Nine Titles

Three members of the sales team, two members of the editorial board, both Student Media advisers, and one associate director of the Student Involvement and Leadership Center flew off to La Jolla, California for the annual Associated Collegiate Press/College Media...

Student Media Hosts Debate

The Stateman debate, which was originally scheduled for Wednesday, February 27, was rescheduled for Thursday, February 28 due to grievances filed against one presidential candidate. The debate took place in the TSC Hub and was hosted by Alison Berg (News Managing...

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