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Dance: The answer to life’s struggles

What if we could solve all problems, confrontations and awkward moments with dancing? Go with me here. What if dancing was an intricate part of our communication with one another to avoid those moments that make us feel uncomfortable? For example, imagine you get home from work to find that your roommate has eaten the […]

WSU fashion students weigh in on winter attire

Fashion changes with the seasons, and even more so with the weather. Staying in fashion and still warm can take some thought, according to Weber State University professor Desiree Cooper’s fashion merchandising class. “What I really like about winter — and is a trend and something you can keep for a couple years; it really […]

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Students, legislatures to join at Capitol Hill

For the 10th year in a row, Weber State University alumni, undergraduate students and members of Utah’s legislature will converge at Capitol Hill on Thursday. Outfitted in purple attire in true WSU spirit, alumni have been going up to the capitol since 2003 to talk to legislature and show support for WSU and its programs. […]

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The amount of alcohol-related arrests has decreased both on campus and in the residence halls. According to the Clery Compliance Information, alcohol arrests on campus have decreased since 2009. In 2009, 26 alcohol arrests were made on the Weber State University campus and 23 were made in the residence halls. The number increased to 44 on […]

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The Weber State University men’s and women’s indoor track and field teams once again qualified more athletes for the Big Sky Conference Championship at their last meet. The Big Sky Championships will take place at the end of the month. Men’s head coach Dan Walker said the primary goal of these meets is to qualify […]

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And on the eighth day, God looked down on his planned paradise and said, “I need a caretaker.” So God made a farmer. And on the ninth day, God saw that the farmers were doing one heckuva job taking care of the things that really mattered, like calves and corn and brush fires, and he […]

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