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Students listen to music all around campus

Andrew Stanger, a sophomore at Weber State University, listens to music on his headphones every day, just about everywhere he goes around campus. He mainly listens to rock and metal, but he said he listens to a lot of different bands. Stanger is not alone. Around the WSU campus, many students can be seen with […]

Gym expansion construction begins

Construction begins today on not just a new building at Weber State University’s Ogden campus, but a dream three years in the making. Prior WSU student body presidents Victoria Thompson and Kyle Braithwaite gathered on Tuesday with current members of the WSU Student Association, including Legislative Vice President Brady Harris, to break ground for the […]

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Lecture is Santa’s biggest enemy

With the holiday season reaching a fervor, one Weber State University professor is helping to keep it in check. On Tuesday afternoon, L. Kay Gillespie, a retired WSU professor, gave his annual “Anti-Claus” lecture. The near-infamous lecture discusses the myths, realities and historical background of Santa Claus as a uniquely American character. “It’s just sort […]

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Jayrod Garrett, a creative writing senior, said he loves to play racquetball. He plays in Weber State University’s Stromberg Gym whenever he gets the chance, but he can’t play alone. Garrett’s father also loves to play, and so does his wife. But, unlike Garrett, his wife and his father aren’t students and must pay $6 […]

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As spring semester approaches, the 2013 track and field season does as well. Many Weber State University cross-country athletes are also on track and field and are currently making changes in their training to prepare for the upcoming season. Paul Pilkington, cross-country head coach and track distance coach, said that, in order to train for […]

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Student-parents balance school and family

Nicole Rowley, a Weber State University student, spends her days teaching pre-kindergarten children various subjects at a local school, but at the end of her day, the teacher becomes the student. Rowley is not only a teacher and a WSU student, but also a mother to two teenagers. With so much on her schedule, Rowley […]

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