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Ogden City Council honors President Millner

The Ogden City Council and Mayor’s Office passed a proclamation on Tuesday night to declare Nov. 13, 2012 F. Ann Millner Day in Ogden. Vice Chair Bart Blair read the proclamation to propose the vote. The proclamation included a summary of Millner’s academic degrees, positions in higher education at Weber State University and other universities, […]

Clubs decorate Christmas trees for charity

The Weber State University Community Involvement Center purchased 25 Christmas trees and invited Clubs and Organizations to decorate them on Tuesday. These trees will be displayed until Dec. 17 on the mezzanine bridge of the Shepherd Union Building. The trees will then be donated to the Women’s Center Sub for Santa program and YCC. “The […]

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Ogden cinema offers different film experience

Students seeking cinema that isn’t gracing the big screens of mainstream theaters might find themselves at home at Art House Cinema 502 on Ogden’s Historic 25th Street. “We show independent films, foreign films, documentaries, stuff like that,” said Travis Gibby, a volunteer at Art House Cinema 502. “Sometimes we show some classic films.” Art House […]

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November is a month dedicated to voting, giving thanks and not shaving. No-Shave November is dedicated to men not shaving their facial hair to bring awareness to prostate cancer and other male cancer initiatives. Women are invited to participate in the event by not shaving their legs, but some people would like the no-shaving part […]

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As the snow begins to fall for this winter, some people are packing up their bicycles and digging out their bus passes, while others are bundling up and seeing the snow as a whole new adventure. Jed Breinholt, a Weber State University student and volunteer at the Ogden Bicycle Collective, said the benefits of biking […]

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Tuesday, Nov. 13 marked the 162nd anniversary of the birth of Robert Louis Stevenson, and it deserves just a touch of recognition. Stevenson was one of the first authors to address his books to younger readers (or, at least, the young at heart) without having to dumb down the language. He wrote classics like “Treasure Island,” […]

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