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WSU books place in CIT title game

WSU books place in CIT title game

It wasn’t pretty, but Weber State University got the job done. The men’s basketball team knocked off the University of Northern Iowa to advance to the CollegeInsider.com championship. WSU knocked off the Panthers 59-56 on Saturday night. Head coach Randy Rahe said he was proud of the way WSU battled in a tough game on […]

Holi Festival of Colors brings community together

A plume of orange and pink dust could be seen rising from the Lotus Temple from several miles away. Upon walking even closer, traditional mantra music along with modern dance hits accompanied the dust in a celebration only the Hindus could put on. The Holi Festival of Colors in Spanish Fork is a yearly event […]

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As many of you probably know, the much-anticipated third season of “Game of Thrones” premiered yesterday. I never thought I’d join the legion of “Game of Thrones” addicts when it first started becoming insanely popular a year or two ago. As far as I could tell, it represented everything that tends to put me off […]

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The Weber State University softball team lost in a three-game series over the weekend to defending champion Portland State University. In the first game of Friday’s doubleheader, the Wildcats fell 5-2. The Vikings got on the board early, scoring two runs off of a double to right field from freshman Lauran Bliss in the first […]

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On Saturday in the Stewart Stadium, 102 people ran eight kilometers to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project. The Weber State University ROTC hosted the event — the first time it’s had an 8K. “Being a military organization on campus, we felt like we had the resources, the time to do something with a very […]

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How does someone try to rank the 10 greatest American athletes of all time? First, you have to look at how much they achieved within their own sport. This can be measured by championships, records, times, statistics and rings. Second, their legacy within their own sport must be examined. Were they the greatest player at […]

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