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Women’s basketball breaks uncoveted Big Sky record

Women’s basketball breaks uncoveted Big Sky record

The Weber State University women’s basketball team lost a tough game against the California State University, Sacramento Hornets on Thursday night, losing by a score of 63-57. With this loss, the Wildcats broke the Big Sky Conference record for most consecutive losses with 45 straight. The previous record belonged to CSUS, which lost 44 straight […]

The Weber State University men’s basketball team cruised to its 21st win of the year on Thursday night against California State University, Sacramento, taking a 70-55 win on the road. Head coach Randy Rahe said the team had been working hard to get ready for the game and he was happy to see the preparation […]

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Many arguments advocating sustainability efforts include appeals on behalf of baby animals or predictions about the end of the world. However, the fourth annual Intermountain Sustainability Summit, held in Weber State University’s Shepherd Union Building, emphasized another reason people should pursue sustainability: business savvy. “Companies that are leading in innovation regarding ways of using less […]

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Tell me if this scene sounds familiar: A seemingly typical room contains several catatonic individuals frozen in positions of productive bliss. All of the sudden, something disrupts it. Out of nowhere, an individual in some form of helmet, latex suit or oddly shaped hat appears on the scene and begins dancing flamboyantly to a foreign […]

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Dear Mother Nature, We have come to the blessed time of year when the desolate winter springs into a new life. The snow is beginning to melt, and the sun not only is shining, but we can feel its warmth beating down upon us. This entire week, I have not even worn my big heavy […]

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The Weber State University Wind Ensemble started its concert year with a diverse group of musicians, including the Northridge High School Band and non-music major wind ensemble members. Thomas Root, a WSU professor of music for 28 years, said he is dedicated to education and outreach within the arts on local and national levels. As […]

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