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WSU falls in 41st-straight loss

WSU falls in 41st-straight loss

The Weber State University women’s basketball team started off strong, but faltered after halftime, falling to its 41st consecutive loss on Thursday against Southern Utah University, 72-54. Brianna Averette said a lack of energy hurt the team in the second half. “In the second half when we lost the energy,” Averette said, “we put our […]

High school seniors compete in WSU auto contest

Regional high school students were all “revved up” on Thursday afternoon for Weber State University’s annual Automotive Department Contest. The contest is an opportunity offered to the best high-school seniors in the area of automotive technology, and 2013 is the contest’s 27th year. “It started out as a recruiting event to raise awareness of our […]

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Undergrad presentations seek legislative attention

On Thursday morning at Capitol Hill, purple “Wildcat” ice cream was given to members of the Utah Legislature by Weber State University alumni groups and undergraduate students presenting research projects. The WSU Day at the Capitol underwent its 10th year with 21 different undergraduate research posters and 19 projects. Many students were at the Capitol presenting […]

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Engaging learners is a tricky business. Students want to be engaged. You don’t often hear that students would rather just sit and listen. And teachers, admittedly, want their students to enjoy the lessons they’re hearing. It’s much easier to maintain a positive and educational atmosphere when students feel like they’re wanted, known and yes, even […]

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From clips of soldiers reuniting with their families to people making out for what seemed like ages, the commercials during Super Bowl XLVII made an impression on many viewers. Weber State University senior Jordan Ulibarri said she watches the Super Bowl for the actual game, but also enjoys watching the commercials. She said she liked […]

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An upcoming show in the Cultural Affairs performance series will show how two creative artists in their own right can come together in a tour and make something new, a fusion of previously unheard sound that runs from Memphis to Mali. Eric Bibb and Habib Koite’s show “Brothers in Bamako” combines Bibb’s delta blues, gospel […]

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