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WSU professor studies cyberstalking

WSU professor studies cyberstalking

Stalking can be a result of a bad breakup or some other end to a bad relationship. In most stalking cases, the offender wants to maintain the relationship and does this through stalking or cyberstalking. Why people stalk is a question no studies have been able to answer. Brad Reyns is an assistant criminal justice […]

Ogden mayor, City Council declare Idle-Free Week

To help combat the inversions the Wasatch Front often gets during the winter, the Ogden City Council and Ogden Mayor Mike Caldwell have designated Jan. 14-21 as Idle-Free Week. The proclamation is intended to help promote air-quality awareness and challenge all residents to reduce their individual contributions to air pollution. “We challenge residents, schools, businesses and […]

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Women’s basketball falls to Bengals at home

The Weber State University women’s basketball team fell to the Idaho State University Bengals at home on Monday night, 69-45. ISU had three players in double digits, including the game’s leading scorer, Kaela Oakes, who had 17 points. The Bengals’ Ashleigh Vella had 16 points, and Jessa Jeppesen had 10 points. Despite the loss, head […]

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The Weber State University Women’s Center is making a push to be more inclusive of all different kinds of women after a student mentioned she wasn’t sure the center was for her because she is younger and not married, nor does she have children. Carol Merrill, director of the Women’s Center, confirmed that the center […]

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Rock boxes rock elementary school lessons

Children in the Weber School District have the opportunity to experience learning earth science with hands-on material, thanks to a group of geoscience students who donated rock boxes to the surrounding elementary school. National honor society Sigma Gamma Epsilon recently made 100 rock boxes for the Weber School District to use in teaching elementary students […]

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Students at higher risk for depression during winter

A change in season is capable of disrupting the body’s internal clock, decreasing the brain’s production of serotonin and disrupting the balance of melatonin in one’s body. For 4 to 6 percent of the U.S. population, that means suffering from seasonal affective disorder, a type of depression. Many changes occur when winter comes around that […]

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