“I didn’t know what I was getting into,” said Aubri Liechty, a sophomore in English, as she reflected on her experience with the eight-hour event of CommStrong.
College students experience stress, and Aggies are no exception. With summer around the corner, students are finding ways to manage stress and be emotionally healthy.
Students and community members come together at first annual Blanket Brigade,
“I probably sound awful,” said Harrison Cooper, a junior double majoring in philosophy and global communication, as she explained one of the stereotypes she perceived at Utah State University.
As summer nears, Utah State University students discuss how they plan to keep up a healthy diet while motivating others to do the same.
“Literacy is power,” said English teaching senior Hilary Webb, and literacy is the power she is cultivating through the Logan Community Writing Center.
Whether they are doing heavy traveling or staying right here at home, Aggies are giving thought to what it really takes to maintain a physically fit physique over the summer.
In the spirit of the second-to-last True Aggie Night of the semester, some True and non-True Aggies are considering the pros and cons of kissing strangers.
Boyfriends and boundaries: Students define the lines between having friends of the opposite sex while in relationships
When in a relationship, crossing the “line” with a friend of the opposite sex can be catastrophic, leading to loss of trust or, worse, loss of the relationship.
At 9 a.m. Saturday a shot was fired, and more than 200 runners, walkers and stroller pushers began to race at the ROTC’s fifth-annual 5K and 10K Braveheart charity race.