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Microbes rule, people drool

Microbes rule, people drool

My vast (yet slightly limited) knowledge of microbial life has led me to one basic conclusion: Microbes rule, people drool. It is a simple concept of Darwin’s survival of the fittest, and let’s face it — people aren’t the fittest. If our core body temperature moves outside of the normal 97.1-100.0 body range, we are not doing […]

WSU advances to Big Sky semifinal

The Weber State University men’s basketball team opened up the 2013 Big Sky Tournament in style with an 81-58 win over Northern Arizona University on Thursday. The Wildcats never trailed in the game, and, at one point in the game, led by 23 points. The Wildcats took an early lead, going up 3-0 in the […]

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Alumni Association hosts award luncheon

David Trujillo and Brenda Kowalewski are the recipients of this year’s annual H. Aldous Dixon Award. The award ceremony and luncheon was held in the Hurst Center for Lifelong Learning on Wednesday night. The H. Aldous Dixon Award is named after former Weber State University president H. Aldous Dixon. During the luncheon, the staff showed […]

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After narrowly losing the opening game of a doubleheader, the Weber State University softball team was blown out in the second game on Wednesday. In the Wildcats’ first home game of the year, they fell 2-1 to the Utah State University Aggies, and fell 11-3 in the second game of the doubleheader. Over the two […]

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Panel and students discuss gun control

Should students carry guns on campus? This Wednesday, a four-panelist committee discussed these types of questions in the Shepherd Union Building’s ballrooms with Weber State University students. Dane LeBlanc, WSU police chief; Fred Donaldson, principal of DaVinci Academy; Stephanie Hollist, associate general counsel at WSU; and Phil Kirk, captain of the Park City Police Department, […]

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There have been some major changes to the Baltimore Ravens’ lineup this month. They have been switching things up, and I’m not exactly sure how I feel about that. It’s weird writing a column about football in the springtime, but since the big changes have been recent and I am a Ravens fan, I needed to […]

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