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illustration of a mushroom cloud and a family sauntering towards a fallout shelter.

LYNN THOMAS WALKS IN THE SPITTING RAIN TO THE DARYL CHASE FINE ARTS BUILDING. His keys jingle as he describes growing up in Hyrum during the height of the Cold War—a time when neighbors erected fallout shelters in the mountains and classmates performed duck and cover drills in school. Mid-sentence

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[caption id="attachment_4715" align="alignnone" width="934"] Al Trujillo[/caption] I have lived through 64 D-Days, but not until recently have come to really appreciate its significance. My father served in the Navy during World War II, and yet I could not tell you a thing about what he did and how he felt. He

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a judge weighs the milk output of two dairy cows

What was Aggie Ice Cream before it became famous? Meh, apparently. [caption id="attachment_4463" align="alignleft" width="257"] The Creamery annex in 1924, approximately where the Block A stands today northeast of Old Main[/caption] The 1932 Student Life newspaper reported that the 350 students who daily frequented the college’s cafeteria, only consumed two gallons of

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WWI nurses wear masks and hold plates of food for the sick.

“Instructors are advised to limit their instruction to one of the other branches of our student population, either civilian or military, and are further advised to avoid all public gathering and otherwise render themselves, as far as possible, free from danger of carrying the infection.” – President Elmer G. Peterson, October

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