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Aggie TV News—$512M+, canal lawsuit, sports & more

Friday, October 19th, 2012 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on Aggie TV News—$512M+, canal lawsuit, sports & more

LOGAN—The news team at Aggie TV News has a umber in mind: $512,861,410. That’s the amount Aggie donors have contributed to USU’s capital campaign. In other news, USU fires its longtime head tennis coach, Christian Wright. Landowners file a lawsuit ...

Albrecht statement on Coward retirement; Cockett named new provost

Wednesday, October 3rd, 2012 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on Albrecht statement on Coward retirement; Cockett named new provost

LOGAN—Utah State University President Stan Albrecht released this statement Tuesday: Transitions in leadership are very much a part of the “cycle” of university governance. For the past seven years, Executive Vice President and Provost Raymond Coward has provided strong  leadership for ...

Albrecht confident in annual dance with Legislature: ‘We are so good’

Friday, February 17th, 2012 Posted in Opinion | Comments Off on Albrecht confident in annual dance with Legislature: ‘We are so good’

By Natasha Bodily LOGAN—“I’ve been in a dark mood, so I wore a dark tie,” USU President Stan Albrecht quipped to a conference room full of student journalists Wednesday. Following his recent trip to the Utah Capitol, Albrecht was exhausted from ...

USU president meets the press, touts USU growth, buildings and future

Friday, February 17th, 2012 Posted in Opinion | 2 Comments »

By Kristi Ottley LOGAN—Utah State University is undergoing a makeover, with many new additions to its campus and landscape—a new veterinary school, multiple new buildings, and a luxurious new Aggie Rec Center in its near future. USU President Stan Albrecht discussed his ...

Budget uncertainty continues for USU as 2011 legislative session opens

Sunday, January 16th, 2011 Posted in Opinion | 1 Comment »

By Alex Thatcher LOGAN—As the economic recession lingers, many universities still face tough budget cuts. Although Utah is more economically stable than many states, universities, including Utah State, are still tightening their belts. According to Commonfund, an organization that manages many colleges’ ...