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Wildcats remain winless after loss to SUU

The Weber State University women’s basketball team fell to in-state rival Southern Utah University 74-61 on Saturday afternoon at the Dee Events Center. Head coach Bethann Ord told Brandon Garside of KWCR that the team has been working hard in practice and making improvements, which made this loss hard to take. “This one really hurt,” […]

Following its sixth-straight win last week, the Weber State University men’s basketball team will face rival Idaho State University on Monday night in Pocatello, Idaho. WSU holds a commanding series lead over the Bengals: 75 of the 122 games played between the two teams. The Wildcats have won seven of the last eight meetings between […]

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On Friday, I turned 24 (that’s why they really closed the campus that day). The Monday right before that, the first day of the semester, marked the beginning of my sixth year at Weber State University (and not even for a lucrative degree). And, though I am married, I don’t have any kids yet, nor […]

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I would love to be really, really good at a sport. I don’t really care which sport it would be. Many people seem to find their forte early on, but I wasn’t so lucky. I am cursed with being very mediocre at a handful of them. I can make a free throw, get the cutoff […]

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Starting on Jan. 21, a week of service will be dedicated to Martin Luther King Jr. The week will start off with the annual Martin Luther King Jr. Freedom Munch and March at 9 a.m. in the Marshall White Center. The Weber State University Community Involvement Center, Center for Diversity & Unity, American Democracy Project, […]

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As I sat in a classroom last semester, there was a claim made that did not sit well with me. The claim was that the inversion has particles that, over generations, can alter a person’s DNA. My mind was blown, and, as a future scientist, I wondered why I had never heard of this study […]

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