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Women’s basketball falls to Montana State

The Weber State University women’s basketball team fell to the first-place Montana State University Bobcats on Thursday night by the score of 67-37. The Bobcats got out to a quick start, overpowering the Wildcats in the paint. The Wildcats had a seven-minute scoring drought, whereas the Bobcats went on a 17-0 run. The Wildcats picked […]

WSU loses first conference game

On Thursday night, Weber State University’s undefeated streak in Big Sky Conference play came to an end when the Wildcats lost 79-76 to Montana State University. Head coach Randy Rahe said MSU came into the game with a bit of a different look, and WSU struggled to adjust. “Montana State changed some things up on […]

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Fair gives students opportunities to study abroad

Tables filled the Shepherd Union Atrium on Wednesday morning, advertising opportunities for students to travel to places such as Spain, Italy and China at the Study Abroad Fair. Students can study abroad for a semester while earning school credit. “It’s an opportunity to promote programs and get the word out,” said Lori Ornelas, the secretary […]

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Freezing rain uncommon in Utah

With today’s average temperature above freezing, odd weather phenomena such as freezing rain leaves some Weber State University students out in the cold. According to the National Weather Service, freezing rain, or precipitation that falls frozen to the ground, has only occurred 10 times since 1940. The last time was Jan. 27, 2005. Ulia Hatch, […]

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First off, I would like to apologize for my absence last week. My brother got married, and my time and attentions were demanded elsewhere. Could I have written a column in advance? Probably. Did I? Obviously not. But now I am back and ready to go. So, let’s get to it. One thing most people […]

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Students spending time in the Shepherd Union Building can visit the Watershed Exhibit in the Shepherd Union Gallery from now until Jan. 30. The exhibit showcases the mountains surrounding Ogden City and the Weber Basin. Part of the exhibit, “Basin and Range VI,” is an artistic response to the issues facing the local environment in […]

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