Logan Ramsey

Digital Content Director

Logan Ramsey was born and raised in Pocatello, Idaho, and is now a senior studying journalism at Idaho State University. He's currently working as Digital Content Director for KISU and News Editor for The Bengal. His aspirations to be a reporter began his senior year of high school when he began to compete in International Extemporaneous Speaking in the National Speech and Debate Association. Halfway through his freshman year of college, he began to write freelance articles for the Idaho State Journal, and a couple of months later he was hired as a part-time reporter. Not long after, he began work as the Associate Editor of ISU's student newspaper, the Bengal. After a semester, he was promoted to Editor-in-Chief and stayed in that position for two semesters. In order to do more writing, he switched to the News Editor position at the paper. Logan is now working hard to ensure the Bengal has stellar news coverage.

SAB Report is back

Feb 23, 2021

Logan Ramsey returns for the SAB Report with Ben Storms to talk about what the Student Activity Board has planned.


For this month's Bengal Tales episode, Ryan Sargent welcomes Lisa Przybylski, the Director of Annual Giving for the Office of Alumni Relations and Advancement Communications at Idaho State University. Listen now to learn more about Lisa, her experiences in advancement and how Idaho has become her new home.


Dr. Shane Hunt, host of Bengal Business, meets with Kelly Hirning, and ISU Alum and the owner of Hirning Buick GMC Pocatello dealership. Also joining him is Neal Tocher, Chair of the Department of Management & Marketing, and Tara Smith, Director of Undergraduate Programs in the College of Business.


What’s it like to fight fires on a mountainside? Hosts Leif Tapanila and Peter Pruitt find out from Randy Anderson, who’s with the Snake River HotShot Crew for the Bureau of Land Management. 


This week, America Reimagined continues exploration of the question "Is the office of the US Presidency too powerful?" Dr. David Adler welcomes Political Science Professor Robert Spitzer.

 

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