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Women’s basketball falls to Northern Colorado

The Weber State University women’s basketball team let the game slip away from it on Saturday afternoon against the University of Northern Colorado Bears. The Wildcats fell by the score of 65-47. The Wildcats came out playing strong inside, scoring their first four points off of second-chance points and taking an early lead. The Bears […]

It’s winters like this when I ask myself why the heck I’m still in Utah. Sure, the last couple of days have been relatively warm and sunny (now knock on wood that it won’t already be blizzarding again by the time this goes to print), but we still have to maneuver around towering snowbanks wherever […]

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The Utah Jazz are nearing the midpoint of the 2012-13 NBA season. Why must it pass by so quickly? I love the Utah Jazz. I love to watch them (win) and I support them in their yearly conquest to make it as far as the Western Conference Finals (rimshot!). They provide me with a cause […]

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New science lab building is a necessity

This past week, I had the privilege of sitting in a legislative committee where the plans for the new science building were presented. I watched in amazement as Weber State University President Charles Wight, Alan Hall and Vice President Norman Tarbox gave a presentation that made me realize all the horror stories I have. I […]

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There are a few benefits to shopping at local businesses: relationships between customers and owner can form, the product can be of a higher quality than similar products found in big-box stores and in corporate businesses, and money spent at local businesses stays in the local economy. Many factors go into becoming a local business […]

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Center for Sales Excellence set to launch at WSU

The Weber State University College of Applied Science and Technology announced the arrival of a new program on Friday. The Alan E. Hall Center for Sales Excellence will come to WSU through donations by the Hall family totaling $3.5 million. David Ferro, the dean of the College of Applied Science and Technology, said he is excited […]

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