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ATV News: Aggie basketballer collapses; holiday updates for Cache Valley

December 10th, 2012 Posted in Arts and Life

LOGAN—Aggie TV News for Dec. 5, 2012, starts with an update on Aggie basketballer Danny Berger, who collapsed during practice this week.

He stopped breathing and his heart stopped. News of Berger’s collapse went viral through student social media as Berger was life-flighted to a hospital in Murray, where he was recovering late this week. Doctors are still uncertain what happened.

Then, in the annual Cache Rendezvous holiday program, ATV reporters bring you an array of local Christmas festivities:

• Katrina Warburton reports on the trees displayed in USU’s Taggart Student Center will be donated to needy families.

• The Sub for Santa Auction offers an Santa-bag full of gifts in the Hub.

• Kelton Wells is in the holiday Aggie Kitchen, cooking up a yummy recipe for Nutty Crunchy Bars.

• The 5-day end-of-term weather forecast for rain, a little snow and colder temperatures.

• Ski and boarding opportunities at Beaver for holiday break from Cesar Abbot.

• Ryan Humpries with tips on keeping your car on the road this winter.

• Hobbit-crazy! Emily Landeen in her Hobbit dress reports on Peter Jackson’s new prequel to Lord of the Rings—the new Hobbit in 3-D.

Elves take over the Eccles Conference Center, reports Kelsey Keller, with holiday dance, songs, hip-hop and “I Believe in Christmas” by Cache Valley resident T.J Davis.

• Loren Brewer discusses holiday traditions from around the world, with help from USU international students.

• Romina Nedovakic reports on holidays and the Huntsman Business School.

• Steve Crass takes you out on the hill for final exams with free-riding biker jumpers before the snow falls.

• How much would the “12 Days of Christmas” cost as a gift? 22 turtledoves, french hens and geese, etc? Maids and lords a-leaping? It would cost a bundle…


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