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The non-secret to graduating

Another semester, another ceremony. It’s time to suit up, my fellow grads. Grab your wizard robes, funny tasseled hats and camera-toting relatives. I am supposed to write about how I got to graduation. However, I can’t say that I have done anything especially novel from any other student. I’ve see you all out there, the […]

Zoology students fundraise for elephants

Members of Sam Zeveloff’s mammalogy class joined forces with the advanced graphics design class to create a civic project fundraiser known as Save the Elephants. The poster sale and art auction took place in the Atrium and in the art gallery on the third floor of the Shepherd Union Building. Nineteen graphic design students created 21 unique […]

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Not to state the obvious or anything, but this is my last column of this semester. My tradition at the end of semesters is to write a highlight reel. I am a fan of tradition, and so I am going to stick with it. The beginning of the semester marked my final year of college. […]

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Ah! The holidays! Most people can agree that ’tis the season, and whether that means it’s the season for being jolly, merry, or to reach a normal blood pressure level after the handbasket o’ heck that is finals week, it might be said that the month of December brings about the desire to participate in […]

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The Weber State University Department of Performing Arts presented the WSU Guitar Ensemble on Monday at 7:30 p.m. in the Eccles Theater of the Val A. Browning Center for the Performing Arts.  Todd Woodbury directs the WSU Guitar Ensemble, which features a variety of students playing ensemble combinations such as guitar quartets, trios and solos. […]

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There are some people out there who abuse the power that they have been given. They think that just because they have an influence over people, they can use it for whatever personal gains they want. As Joe Biden would say, that is malarkey. We need more people in this world with integrity. Take me, […]

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