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Students thinking of leaving the wallet at home to utilize the newest technology known as the mobile wallet should think twice before making the switch. The convenience of using a smartphone as a transaction platform might not be worth the risks to one’s privacy. With apps like Google Wallet, Square Wallet and the newly released […]

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For three years running, Utah has been ranked No. 10 in the State Business Tax Climate Index. The Tax Foundation constructs the index for business leaders, government policymakers and taxpayers to see how their tax systems stack up against other states. The index helps business owners to decide in which states their businesses would profit the […]

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Ogden hosts snowy Veterans Day parade downtown

Snowy mountains and slick sidewalks were the backdrop for the sixth annual Veterans Day parade held in downtown Ogden on Saturday morning. The parade route extended north from 31st Street to 23rd Street, and then curved around to Lindquist Stadium, where the floats and various military personnel dispersed. The parade began at 11:11 a.m. and […]

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For the last couple of years, there has been a movement at Weber State University to put a permanent large ‘W’ on the side of the mountain above campus. This has resulted in a debate that has occurred primarily in the student senate, where the idea has been tossed around and some potential solutions discussed. […]

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CDU holds gender definition workshops

Hoping to raise awareness and promote tolerance and support when it comes to gender identities and definitions, the Center for Diversity and Unity at Weber State University is hosting two interactive workshops focused on transgender awareness. The first workshop, Transgender Awareness Training 101, took place Friday afternoon from 12-4 p.m. in the Center for Diversity […]

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Students run nearly naked for charity

Chattering teeth, shivering and goosebumps were shared by a crowd of more than 100 students who gathered outside of the Shepherd Union Building on Friday night to run a mile for charity, most wearing nothing but their underwear and shoes. The Nearly Naked Mile is an annual event that began in 2010 as an effort […]

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