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Missing backpacks from bookstore an “honest mistake”

Jerry Everett, a self-proclaimed “proud Weber grad” and part-time employee at the Dee Events Center, saw himself on the news for possibly stealing 50 backpacks from Weber State University Campus Stores Aug. 8 and “was shocked,” he said in an interview today. Police had not confirmed Everett as a suspect, according to WSU Police Department […]

What is art?

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There are many interpretations as to what constitutes art or entertainment. Some classical art purists might say that art should only be measured in precision and sophistication, that the doodles of a 3-year-old couldn’t possibly compare to a work of van Gogh, or the chord play of an acoustic guitar is nothing compared to the […]

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Wildcats seek connections at annual Job Fair

By Tyler Saal Weber State University students spoke with companies seeking student employees at the Job Fair sponsored by Career Services yesterday in the Shepherd Union Atrium. More than 25 on- and off-campus employers from the Ogden, Davis and Salt Lake areas set up booths at the annual fair between 9 a.m. and 1 p.m, […]

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After a strong season last year, expectations are once again high for the Weber State University men’s and women’s cross-country teams. “We are looking forward to the season and excited to get started,” said Head Coach Paul Pilkington. The men’s and women’s teams were both picked to have a strong season in the preseason poll. The […]

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Adrian Maxson Day volunteers clean up nature center

The WSU Community Involvement Center started the Adrian Maxson Day of Service three years ago. The day is used to honor the life of Adrian Maxson, an early-college student who was attending both the DaVinci Academy and WSU when he was killed in an auto-pedestrian accident after leaving a benefit concert for Amnesty International at […]

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Weber State University students can now use a dining service located in Stewart Wasatch Hall that is unlike any other in the state. The Food On Demand restaurant is the latest addition to the residential complex and offers an innovative dining experience with touchscreen kiosks to order food. “We are trying to become more like […]

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