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WSU increases recycling efforts

Every day, Weber State University students pass many recycling bins around campus. Bins are now paired with trash cans, organizing them into a buddy system in most buildings, making it easier for students to utilize them. “If there is a bin available, I recycle whenever possible,” said Parker Alexander, a public relations major at WSU. […]

Search begins for new diversity VP

The Weber State University Student Association will be seeing some executive changes in vice president leadership positions this November. With the resignation of Diversity and Unity Vice President Mindy Chamberlin, a new vice president must be chosen and put through the WSU Student Senate by the end of fall semester at the latest. The position for […]

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‘Cats help birds at wildlife center

Weber State University students are coordinating in part with the Community Involvement Center to give assistance to the Wildlife Rehabilitation Center of Northern Utah. The WRCNU is looking for both volunteers and donations to the facility to help cover its variety of needs. “It’s an important task,” said Maurice Crichlow, a WSU student who is […]

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The crowd watching the game next to mine gets excited as the ball soars over the center-field fence. I am used to seeing that. I have almost become desensitized. My brother drops the bat and takes off around the bases. His mullet is flowing out from underneath his hat as he continues his “I just […]

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On Halloween night, the Weber State University Student Association screened “The Ring” to entertain students and raise funds for participating clubs. The movie played from 8-11. p.m. for WSUSA Programming’s Night of Fright Drive-in. Brady Harris, the legislative vice president for WSUSA, was at the event to help the organizers set up and make sure […]

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Director, cast promise good time at “Lucky Stiff”

[media-credit name="Alex Thedell" align="alignright" width="300"][/media-credit]With 25 different roles and only 11 cast members, keeping up with the who’s who and the whodunit will keep audience members busy throughout “Lucky Stiff.” The Weber State University Performing Arts Department is putting on the musical stage production. “We looked for people who showed creativity and flexibility,” said director […]

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