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‘Cats can’t exorcise demons in Montana

‘Cats can’t exorcise demons in Montana

For the second-straight year, Weber State University fell to the University of Montana in the Big Sky Championship game, falling 67-64. “I have to give Montana credit, because they earned it,” said head coach Randy Rahe. “I couldn’t be more proud of our team.” Kyle Tresnak opened up the scoring on WSU’s first possession of […]

Apart from my employment as a sports reporter and columnist, I have a job working as a tutor and program leader for an after-school program at a local elementary school. I love the opportunity to work with some great kids every day. It’s a very fulfilling experience to be around with a group people who […]

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Wildcats fill ballrooms for Weber’s Got Talent

From headdresses and whips to piano, Weber’s Got Talent showcased a variety of talents from a diverse group of participants. On Friday night, more than 100 students showed up in the ballrooms in the Shepherd Union Building for the competition. Audience members texted a code to the Weber State University Student Association to vote for the winner […]

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Student leaders prep for business world

In the executive branch of the Weber State University Student Association, the range of majors is as wide as the range of jobs the members have to help the student body. The WSUSA vice presidents and president all said being involved has brought them experiences and opportunities that are useful in not only the workplace, […]

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Student votes for the student body president did not count last week, as the Weber State University Student Association Supreme Court met and determined that the student body presidential elections will be recalled. The recall election will be held the week of March 18, and polls will open early Tuesday morning and close Wednesday night. […]

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Wight reports on legislative session, new science building gets $3.5 million

The Wattis Business Building’s Smith Auditorium filled to standing room only on Friday afternoon as Weber State University President Charles Wight gave a report on the results of the 2013 Utah State Legislative Session and how WSU will be affected by legislation. “You don’t want to know how complicated this was,” Wight joked of the […]

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