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Wildcat Tech held the Wildcat Kiss-Off in the Shepherd Union Building on Wednesday. Competitors stood on top of a platform while Weber State University students cheered them on. The rules were simple: Each student held an iPad mini between their partner’s lips, arms behind their backs, and tried to outlast the other participants. Judges walked […]

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Student senate offers free guitar lessons

Courtesy of the student senate, free guitar lessons are held every Tuesday at 9 p.m. in Room 316 of the Shepherd Union Building. The classes are aimed toward beginners, but people of every skill level can attend. David Wilson, a sophomore majoring in international economics and the traditional student senator, teaches the class. “I play […]

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Sometimes people just need a break. It’s that simple. We make life too complicated, overload our schedules and stress out. When this happens, we just need a break. Sometimes we just can’t handle it anymore, and we throw in the towel. We are college students. We have classes, homework, jobs, social lives, family lives and […]

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With a 21-32 overall record last year, the Wildcats are looking to improve once again. Weber State University has improved every year since joining the softball world. Last year, WSU’s five seniors helped guide the Wildcats to the record. In 2011, they improved nine games with a 19-win improvement in 2010. The team struggled this […]

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Weber State University’s chamber and concert choirs came together to hold their Winter Choirfest performance on Wednesday night. The choir members’ voices filled the space with the aid of a specially created microphone system that hangs from the ceiling. Chamber choir president Arianne Hellewell said WSU alumnus Ray Kimber deserves the credit for creating this […]

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Recently, a phishing e-mail was sent out across campus asking for personal account information including username, password and e-mail address. The e-mail said it was sent from the Weber State University help desk with the subject line Weber UserID. Andrea Grover, the information security manager, said she is still investigating who sent the e-mail and […]

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