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Athletics “expecting” to announce new head football coach

Athletics “expecting” to announce new head football coach

On Tuesday night, other local media outlets reported that Weber State University Athletics might announce the interim tag will be dropped from Jody Sears’ title as head football coach. Paul Grua, director of athletic communications, said he could not confirm these claims on Tuesday night. “We are expecting to have something to announce tomorrow (Wednesday),” […]

Winners announced for decorated Christmas trees

With the arrival of the winter holidays, the Shepherd Union Building is decking the halls with Christmas trees large and small. Among the most important of these trees is the Angel Tree, which is sponsored in part by the Community Involvement Center and the Salvation Army. This tree was a collaborative effort put together by […]

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Most Weber State University students have heard of the sleepiness experienced after eating turkey on Thanksgiving day, but whether or not this can be attributed to the turkey alone is a debated subject. Carlee Huckleberry, a WSU freshman, said she learned about turkey creating tiredness in a high school psychology class she took, but she […]

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For the past few weeks, the diversity and unity vice president position has been open for all Weber State University students to apply for. Joshua Hunt has been selected as the diversity and unity vice president candidate. Hunt came into the student senate meeting on Monday to talk about his nomination and why he thought […]

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Poor Thanksgiving. We hardly knew ye. I remember the first year that my mother and grandmother prepared for Black Friday on Thanksgiving evening. Keep in mind that this is back in the day when The Junction was the Ogden Mall. That’s where they were going. They wanted to wake up at 4 in the morning […]

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WSU students celebrate vegan thanksgiving

While some are thinking Thanksgiving is all about the turkey, some Weber State University students are getting their Tofurky ready. Michael Brown, a WSU alumnus, is taking to a movement called “Gentle Thanksgiving.” Brown has been vegan for nine years. This year, Brown will be attending the WSU Animal Unanimity club’s potluck. Brown said the […]

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