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Former NBA player speaks about drug addiction

Former NBA player speaks about drug addiction

After a 14-year drug addiction, Chris Herren, former NBA point guard, spoke on Tuesday in the Shepherd Union Ballrooms to an audience, many of whom were wiping away tears, about the hardships and struggles he faced during his addiction to cocaine, painkillers and heroin. Coming out of high school, Herren had the choice of going […]

With the semester in full swing and the difficult weather northern Utahns have been navigating lately, some Weber State University students may find themselves stressed or having negative feelings. The Counseling and Psychological Services Center at WSU is offering help in the form of four-week coping skills training groups. The groups are aimed at teaching […]

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This coming Sunday is the first Sunday of February, and we all know what that means: We get to sit back and watch our much-anticipated Super Bowl commercials, with the occasional, sometimes annoying, interruption of a football game. Last year, more than 111.3 million viewers watched the Super Bowl. This broke the previous record set […]

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Wildcat’s free yoga classes coming to an end

Jo McNurlan, a Weber State University student, opened Yoga Jo’s in North Ogden in 2002. In May of 2010, she began to offer free yoga classes to the public. She said it occurred to her, after running the studio for eight years, that she was losing money in the classes. She decided to make them […]

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WSU club raises awareness about sex trafficking

Each year, nearly 12,000 victims of sex trafficking cross the open border between Nepal and India. Victims of sex trafficking, the fastest-growing criminal industry in the world, are nearly impossible to trace once they pass over the borders of their native country. To combat this growing criminal enterprise, the Red Thread Movement, partnered with a […]

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WSU senate makes changes for elections

A few changes have been made to the student election that happens each March. The Weber State University Student Senate voted on these changes on Monday. The senate voted on four changes to the way elections are done. The most discussed one has been putting a cap on how much each candidate can spend on […]

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