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.

ISU Onstage presents

Jan 22, 2021

For tonight’s program, we will be listening to the fall concert from the ISU Percussion Ensemble, under the direction of Dr. Thom Hasenpflug. This ensemble is made of students from Dr. Hasenpflug’s percussion studio, and this performance features a mix of contemporary and classic works.


This month we have ISU College of Business alum Roger Akers talking about his career and the advice he has for entrepreneurs as well as Marketing Professor Dr. Nicole Hansen discussing the future of marketing research and how consumer behavior has changed during the pandemic.


Logan Ramsey returns as host to talk to Ben Storms about SAB's upcoming plans for ISU's Got Talent and a lip syncing competition.

Host Nyele Alvarez interviews College of Arts & Letters Senator Pamela Pascali, a Senior studying Anthropology. Pascali talks about an event the week of Febuary 25-29 called Open Education Week, in an effort to raise awareness about open education resources to better accomadate more students.

Host Dr. Zac Gershberg talks with Dr. Justin Dolan Stover, an ISU historian, about recent events at the U.S. Capitol to try to make sense of it through a historical lens.