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Volleyball to face MSU, UM

Volleyball to face MSU, UM

[media-credit name="Cade Clark" align="alignright" width="186"][/media-credit]The Weber State University volleyball team is preparing to play two conference matches this weekend against Montana State University and the University of Montana. The Wildcats recently came home from a two-week period of away games. During their four games on the road, they went 0-4 against Big Sky Conference teams. […]

Democratic candidate for governor speaks at WSU

Retired major general and Utah Democratic governor candidate Peter Cooke spoke to students and answered questions at Weber State University on Tuesday evening in Room 119 of the Social Sciences Building. Cooke spoke as part of professor Sean Pressey’s American Social Welfare Policy class, though all WSU students were invited to attend. Pressey explained the […]

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Braving the storm: Wildcats share experiences in Hurricane Sandy

As the storm warnings about Hurricane Sandy increased in New York over the weekend, Weber State University freshman Tyler White’s parents and sister knew they had to get out. They had already shortened their trip by one day, but on Sunday morning began to feel too uncomfortable to remain in Manhattan and went to the […]

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WSU student leads charge for USO-like center

As veteran soldiers make the transition from active duty to full-time academia, many are finding themselves engaged in a different type of struggle on soil as foreign as the battlefields they left behind. Iraqi war vet and Weber State University student Jennifer Comer is fighting back. Comer, a criminal justice and sociology major, is campaigning […]

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Frankenstein’s monster, a witch and Mike Wazowski from “Monsters Inc.” are among the characters made into lunch-bag puppets that line the counter in Weber State University’s Community Involvement Center. The crafts are favors to be handed out to students at a Halloween party for elementary school students held by WSU’s YMCA After-School Program. The YMCA […]

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Halloween traditions change from childhood to college

By Katie Byrd & Karlee Berezay As children, Halloween means trick-or-treating, dressing up and watching scary movies. For many Weber State University students, growing up means traditions change. Trick-or-treating with family is replaced by partying, and robot costumes are replaced with schoolgirl outfits. “As you get older, Halloween goes from being a fun holiday to […]

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