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Student organizes “The Vagina Monologues” performances

Student organizes “The Vagina Monologues” performances

  In an effort to stop violence against women, celebrate women and raise awareness, one student, with the help of her committee, organized V-Day at Weber State University. Avery Pince, a senior majoring in women’s studies, organized a production of “The Vagina Monologues” and a resource fair as part of V-Day, an international activist movement […]

Students take on family roles during Poverty Simulation

Linda and Larry Locke-Louis are living in poverty, with a 15-year-old daughter and a disabled father-in-law. This was one of the simulated families students portrayed during the Poverty Simulation on Tuesday. The Poverty Simulation is the second poverty-related event Weber State University and the Community Involvement Center have hosted this year. Each participant was given […]

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According to Weber State University’s 2011 student profile, 87 percent of students work for pay during the academic year. Cady Mecham is a full-time student with a part-time job at Subway. She is a sophomore studying marketing at WSU. She said she handles a full load at school and a part-time job with time management. […]

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Weather in Utah can definitely make it hard to differentiate when it is actually time to bust out the spring clothes. There is always a transitional period between cool winter-wear and spring attire. As I’m sure some of you may have noticed, this is a tricky situation in the way our weather goes. This is […]

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WSU hockey in top 10 teams in the nation

The Weber State University hockey team’s season ended over the weekend with a 1-1-1 record at the American Collegiate Hockey Association’s national tournament. After a tough season the previous year, the Wildcats ended in the top 10 teams out of 260 in the nation. “It felt like any other game to me,” said team captain […]

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Last week, the NFL kicked off free agency. Every year begins with the signing of the “big names,” with teams doling out huge money to the players they believe will have an immediate impact on their new teams. Other teams try to make deals to bring in players through trades. This year, there have been […]

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