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News: Nate Alder named as one of Utah State Aggies' ten most influential alumni
The Utah Statesman, the student-led newspaper at Utah State University, has named C&J’s Nate Alder as one of Utah State’s ten most influential alumni. It solicited and gathered nominations for its “50 Most Influential Aggies” to identify individuals, including the university’s president, an NFL linebacker, the state’s lieutenant governor, top professors and advisors, legislators, engaged student leaders, a military general, program directors, a dean of a college, the athletic director, business leaders, a landscape architect, and many more.

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