For centuries, large saline lakes in Utah and Iran have served as feeding grounds for millions of birds. And lately,
Decades of drought leave many people wondering what they can do to preserve every last precious drop.
In April, with most
For decades, Utah State University professors climbed aboard small aircraft in Logan to hop over 13,000-foot peaks to teach in
Imagine this frustrating start to your day:
Late for work, you rush out the door, forgoing your usual breakfast routine
I spent my childhood summers and weekends mending fences, branding cattle, and planting the fields of my uncle’s 3,500-acre ranch
Zachary Ames is no stranger to global setbacks.
When he graduated from Utah State University in 2008, the country was
After a long pause, Melanie Domenech Rodríguez apologizes. “I’m thinking in Spanish, sorry,” she says.
“When I think about something
Why focus an entire issue of Utah State magazine on tiny things? Because sometimes they make the biggest impact.
In the early days of COVID-19, homebound Americans descended upon stores, scooping up what remained of flour, yeast, and toilet
When students first enroll in college, they are often asked by family members, “What do you want to do?” I