A USU student participates in a drum circle during the music therapy class.

By Bryan Stalvey As we explore mental health and the diverse options available in taking care of ourselves, music therapy offers a unique and effective evidence-based approach that stands out among other methods. With nearly five decades worth of experience, USU’s

Elizabeth Fauth (left), USU's Alzheimer's Disease and Dementia Research Center director, sits with an elderly woman explaining a test that could help with early detection of the diseases.

By Anna Sadler '20 Funded by an appropriation from the State Legislature in 2022, the Alzheimer’s Disease and Dementia Research Center (ADRC) at Utah State University is increasing research across the state to find ways to better understand Alzheimer’s and dementia,


Julene Reese '85 Utah’s farmers, producers, and agricultural workers grapple with challenges often beyond their control — unpredictable weather, financial strains due to fluctuating commodity prices, labor shortages, relationship complexities, and the delicate balance between work and family life, which are

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Leslie Martinez is the son of immigrants and the first in his family to earn a college degree. He recently returned to school to earn his MBA from Utah State University's Jon M. Huntsman School of Business. Why now? Why did you want to go back to school and get an

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Thirty-six years after murdering two people to cloak his secret life as a forger of historic documents, a Netflix documentary entitled Murder Among the Mormons generated renewed interest in the story of convicted murderer Mark Hofmann. Hofmann, who attended Utah State University in the late 1970s and early ‘80s, is now