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Women’s basketball falls to NAU

The Weber State University women’s basketball team fell to the Northern Arizona University Lumberjacks on the road on Thursday night, 76-55. The Wildcats kept things close for most of the first half, led by freshman Desiree Ramos. Ramos led all scorers at the half with 12 points, off of 4-6 shooting from beyond the arc. […]

I received terrible news bright and early last week. Pain in my chest rolled in like an eviction notice to my lungs. Nasal blockage caused my breathing to stilt as I woke myself with a thunderous sneeze that sent both of my sleeping cats launching through the air. I am, in fact, undeniably sick. The […]

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Weber State University students said they spent Martin Luther King Jr. Day catching up on homework, working and relaxing. The day off from classes provided more than just a time to catch up in class, though. Some WSU students attended events and used the time to think about the memorable days of King. “He was […]

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Munch & March encompasses community, NAACP

The week of service presented by Weber State University to celebrate the life and service of Martin Luther King Jr. kicked off at the Marshall White Community Center in Ogden. The community center hosted the NAACP breakfast and freedom march, otherwise known as the Munch & March. Members of the WSU Student Association on the […]

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Amir Jackson and Barry Gomberg spoke in the Shepherd Union Atrium about the importance of service and of Martin Luther King Jr. Day. The Diversity Board with the Weber State University Student Association put on the event in the Shepherd Union Building. The event was for the Martin Luther King Jr. service week and a […]

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Starting March 1, Weber State University faculty and staff will switch from using Novell Groupwise to Google Apps for Education. WSU has used Novell Groupwise for the past 19 years. “This is a very large change,” said Ty Naylor, information technology communications, events, training and education coordinator. “It’s going to affect all faculty and staff […]

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