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Women’s basketball loses by five at home

The Weber State University women’s basketball team lost a close game on Thursday night to the University of North Dakota, by the score of 56-51. This was the second-straight single-digit loss for the Wildcats, and their closest game of the season. UND started the game on a 12-2 run over a four-minute span, as the […]

Wildcats snap losing streak

After a tightly contested first half, Weber State University was able to pull away after halftime to snap its two-game losing streak and defeat the University of North Dakota, 66-51. Davion Berry was the top scorer for WSU with 21 points. Frank Otis racked up a career-high with 20 points. He scored the first six […]

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Sociology professor presents research on Great Salt Lake

A huge snowstorm proved only a minor delay for Carla Trentelman, assistant professor of sociology at Weber State University, in sharing her research on the Great Salt Lake with the WSU community. Trentelman’s talk, “Big Smelly Salty Lake That I Call Home,” was originally scheduled for Jan. 10, but had to be rescheduled because of […]

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15-year-old WSU senior prepares for medical school

Jessica Brooke isn’t much different from many 15-year-olds. She enjoys hanging out with her friends. She goes to church on Sundays. She likes music — her favorite composer is Beethoven. She has to study hard for school. Unlike most 15-year-olds, though, Jessica’s school happens to be Weber State University, and Jessica is a senior double-majoring […]

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WSUSA honors Brant’s life

The Weber State University Student Association honored the life of Juan Brant by presenting Brant’s family an award on Wednesday night. The WSUSA created the monthly award, known as the Extra Mile Medallion, in 2012 as a way to honor student leaders who go above and beyond their calls of service. Although Brant wasn’t an […]

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Rarely performed “Will Rogers Follies” opening at WSU

“The Will Rogers Follies,” which covers the life and times of the performer and humorist, will open its run at Weber State University on Feb. 7 at 7:30 p.m. Performances will continue Feb. 8-9, 19-23 with a 2 p.m. matinee on Feb. 9 and 23, the latter to include American Sign Language interpretation. The term […]

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