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ATV News—Cache Rendezvous brings us back from Spring Break

March 19th, 2013 Posted in Arts and Life

LOGAN—This week the Cache Rendezvous news staff finds that Utah State’s Merrill-Cazier Library is home to the world’s largest “Little Red Riding Hood” collection. Who knew?

This week’s Cache Rendezvous, produced by Courtney Robinson and anchored by Tmera Bradley and Emily Landeen, offers comfort to aid students and faculty returning to campus after Spring Break.

Loren Brewer leads off with a visit to the USU Little Red Riding Hood collection, a legacy from a former faculty member who donated her stacks of books to USU.

It was a rough outing at the WAC tournament in Las Vegas, where the Aggie men fell in the first round to the University of Texas-Arlington, 83-78. Coach Stew Morrill says the injured Aggies are ready to hang it up after their last WAC game as they look forward to joining the Mountain West Conference next season.

Victoria Cardon is a fan of former USU President Stanford Cazier, who died last week at age 82. Cazier, who was USU president from 1979-1992, is remembered by family and friends as book lover who had “a lifelong zest for learning.”

Emily Landeen reports that the Gateway Mall in Salt Lake City is planning a $2 million renovation to meet the challenge from the new City Creek.

Need a new car? Brian Champagne gives the new 2013 Audi A5 a test drive.

After Spring Break, Aaron Griffiths looks ahead to the first day of spring on Wednesday, but the forecast is for still-seasonal rain and chilly temperatures into the weekend.

Lee Kubick has the sports, reporting on the Aggie men’s last game of the year at the WAC tournament, then a thrilling 2-point loss at the buzzer in the WAC semi-final game for the Lady Ags, and the last home meet of the season for the gymnastics squad against nationally ranked Boise State at the Spectrum.

And Jason Borba wraps up this edition of Cache Rendezvous with a look at . . .wait for it . . . competitive jump rope—River Heights’ Just Jumpin’ team has some amazing moves, both at the Spectrum and in national competition.


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