Aggies’ Biggest Fan Shocked by April Fools Prank

Aggie fan, 7 year-old Colin, reactions to the “breaking news” of BYU-Logan.  Read the background information given by Colin’s mother, who posted the video. 

 

April fools’ day rolls around, and it seems everyone is subject to a little ribbing. Even media outlets have increasingly upped their “game” in April 1st pranks. A tip of the hat is deserved to Cache Valley Daily for the “LDS Church to purchase Utah State University, rename it BYU-Logan” story that ran on the Local News section of its website. 

 

The story/prank plays off of the rivalry between the state (USU) and private-church (BYU) universities. 

 

“We hope this move will defuse any tension between Aggie fans and Cougar fans. Now fans from both schools can cheer for BYU, regardless if they’re from Logan or Provo, said a church spokesperson,” states the article. Followed by, “They joke around and call us their little brother. Now they can call us their twin brother, said a school spokesperson.” 

 

While the prank caught a few readers off guard, most were shocked by the headline and quickly remembered it was April fools. Regionally, the prank gathered speed and saw coverage on both radio and TV. 

 

Eventually, the news hit one of the Aggies’ biggest fans, 7 year-old Colin. Above is his reaction to the “breaking news.” 

 

 Don’t worry Colin, we’re still the Aggies. And we’ll be here when you enroll in your first semester. We’ll be saving you a front-row seat for your first BYU-USU game as True Aggie!

It’s a Beuatiful day in the Aggieverse

There are many iconic vistas at Utah State University that evoke a sense of collegiate pride that only those with the shared experiences of being an Aggie can fully appreciate. The view of USU’s historic Quad conjures the Aggie-filled nostalgia of what being in college is all about. And of course, for many Utah State alumni, later-afternoon naps in the sun.

 

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USU Student Health 101: March 2013

Click here to view this month’s Student Health 101

What you’ll find in this month’s issue:

 

  • The Five Elements of Fitness Incorporate new strategies to maximize results.
  • Feed Your Body, Nourish Your Mind How what you eat affects the way you feel.
  • What’s Your Learning Style? Ways to apply what works for you.
  • The 8 Hour Advantage Discover the science behind shut-eye.
  • UCookbook: Comfort Food Makeovers
  • FitnessU: Gym-Free Routines

And much more…

 

And if you missed it – be sure to check out February’s issue, with Solo & Satisfied, Capturing Your Creativity, Get More From Your Core, Stop, Collaborate and Listen and more, at http://readsh101.com/last_usu.html.

 

Entrepreneur Leadership Series – Dan Clark

Wednesday, Mar 06 – 6:00PM to 7:00PM

 

Sponsor: Jon M. Huntsman College of Business

Location: George S. Eccles Business Building – Map it

Room: 215

Open To: Students Alumni Faculty Staff Public

Admission Info: Free

 

Dan Clark is the founder of Clark Success Systems and has been named one of the top ten speakers in the world by Achievers North America and Achievers Europe. He will speak on building an international speaking business. The event is free and open to the students, faculty and members of the public.

 

BIOGRAPHY

Dan Clark, the Master Motivator, has been named one of the Top Ten Speakers in the World. He has been inducted into the National Speakers Association Speakers Hall of Fame and was the youngest speaker ever to earn The Certified Speaking Professional (CSP) designation, conferred by the National Speakers Association and the International Federation for Professional Speakers. Dan is President/CEO of the international communications and high performance consulting firm, Clark Success Systems, a New York Times Best Selling author, Award Winning Athlete, University Professor, Adventurer, Journalist, Gold Record Songwriter/Recording Artist, Philanthropist, and one of the most sought after speakers on the platform today. Clark is leading an international movement to teach leaders and organizations how to transform themselves from successful to significant.