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This week, Weber State University Athletics announced that 46 members of WSU sports teams have been named to the 2012 Fall Academic All-Conference teams. Members from the football, volleyball, soccer, and men’s and women’s cross-country teams were named to the list. The best-represented team was the women’s soccer team, which had 14 players on the […]

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If you have kept up with my column over the last few years, you will know that I am a Ravens fan. If this is your first time reading, well, now you know. I call them my team. So you can assume that I am a happy camper right now because — duh da duh […]

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Television comedy was officially declared dead on Thursday, January 2013. “30 Rock,” the funniest show you never really watched, came to the end of its miraculous seven-year run. How it lasted seven years, no one really knows, because when measuring viewership of shows run during Primetime hours, it never ranked higher than No. 69 in […]

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Fashion Week is one of the most important and chaotic times within the fashion industry. This is the week for the debut of what is considered”trendy” by the style gods on high for each season of the year. The runways this year were met with an explosion of similarities between them. Some of the fashions […]

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The Weber State University Athletic Department will soon celebrate the 50th anniversary of Division I men’s basketball. The celebration will take place on the weekend of March 8-9. On March 8, WSU will host “An Evening with Legends,” which will celebrate the history of Wildcat basketball. Fans will have the chance to hear former players […]

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Two senators will be coming to Weber State University on Feb. 4-5 to meet with students. The congressmen will visit classes and host a lunch where students will have the chance to meet them and ask questions. Charles Djou, a Republican from Hawaii, and Richard Stallings, a Democrat from Idaho, are coming to WSU as […]

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