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I will soon be a father, and this has made me realize that (1) I am poor, and (2) my current academic trajectory points me toward a life in education, which doesn’t really fix No. 1. So, after I read that there are about 26 million copies of “The Hunger Games” trilogy in print, I […]

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We’re nearing the middle of November, and a game has yet to be played in the NHL. The first two months of the season were canceled due to the second lockout in five years and the third lockout under Gary Bettman’s term as NHL commissioner. As the lockout drags on and on, the NHL stands […]

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Students host International Education Week

The 13th annual International Education Week will be held this week, Nov. 12-16 — the first week it has been celebrated at Weber State University. Events sponsored by the International Student and Scholar Center will be held in the Shepherd Union Building between 9:30 a.m. and 1:30 p.m., Monday through Friday. According to its government […]

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During the student senate meeting on Monday, the senators decided on the topic for Deliberative Democracy Day: gun control and the Second Amendment of the Constitution. Deliberative Democracy Day is an annual event that takes place during spring semester. Students get to hear from a panel of people on the chosen topic. After the panel, […]

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​Women’s cross-country wins region title

The women’s cross-country team continued its successful season with a first-place victory and title claim at the NCAA Mountain Region event. The team victory marked the first-ever Mountain Region title for Weber State University, and the women’s team qualified for the NCAA Championships with the win. “We ran a great race, and I’m really pleased […]

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