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Letter to the Editor: Op-Ed Divestment at Weber State

Recently, I’ve been working with Weber State’s administration to find out where the university’s endowment is invested. Before I looked at Weber State’s energy investments, I figured I would find at least a few renewable energy companies or corporations on the list. Apparently, I was wrong. Upon looking at Weber State’s energy portion of the […]

WSU names Jay Hill new head football coach

Weber State University announced Thursday the hiring of Jay Hill as the 11th head coach of its football program. Hill was formerly an assistant coach at the University of Utah, coaching there full-time for eight years. He comes to WSU with a reputation as one of the top recruiters in the West and has spent time […]

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BREAKING: Pipe bursts, flooding union and halting finals

Internet and phone networks are down in the Shepherd Union Building after a pipe in the Fireplace Lounge ceiling burst and flooded the area. The pipe broke at approximately 1:35 p.m., flooding the bookstore and Fireplace Lounge. THe emergency alarm sounded, and students in the surrounding areas were evacuated. Although students are now allowed back […]

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Dear Editor, I am writing as a resident and student of Weber State University in regards to the fact that Weber is a dry campus. In fact, the only college that is not ‘dry’ in the whole state of Utah is Westminster College in Salt Lake City. That is only 1 out of 18 colleges. […]

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DECEMBER 2013 GRADUATION CANDIDATES     COLLEGE OF APPLIED SCIENCE & TECHNOLOGY   Associate of Applied Science Alvarez, Jaime Alzamil, Ibrahim Abdulaziz I Campbell, Brody K Chesley, Natalie A Child, Kristen Jean Day, Ashlie Douglas, Jonathan M Flint, Austin Grow, Joshua Roger Harrison, Andy Hootman, Joshua Dallas Horton, David William Jenkins, Brady L Johnson, Amanda […]

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Startup Ogden offers space for budding entrepreneurs

Startup Ogden grew from small roots with the dreams of building a business hive. With help from Ogden City and Weber State University, graduates and entrepreneurs with big ideas can blossom those into business ventures. According to Tom Christopoulos, Ogden’s director of community and economic development, Utah universities rank eighth in the export of STEM […]

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