In Spring 2012, Huntsman students were recognized for their achievements in several categories. One woman even earned the right to be called the “Queen,” Hannah Marie Blackburn, at the Days of ’47 Parade.
The Robins Awards are some of the most valued honors a student can earn at Utah State, and this year three top Robins Awards went to Huntsman students. Elisabeth Arellano, a marketing major, won the Bill E. Robins Memorial Award. It is an honor that recognizes college career achievements and is equivalent to a college lifetime achievement award.
Logan Smith, an economics and political science major, won the Robins Award for USU Man of the Year. This was followed by Luci Griffiths, economics and political science, who received the Robins Award for USU Woman of the Year.
Hannah Marie Blackburn, possessing both brains and beauty, was selected from among 30 contestants for one of Utah’s favorite, historic honors—the Days of ’47 Queen. Hannah and her attendants now will reign over more than a dozen community and state events this year.
Other Huntsman students taking home honors included: