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WSU graduate presents research on autism and sleep

WSU graduate presents research on autism and sleep

Lack of sleep can make even the best of people act like someone else. Weber State University graduate Trevor Hicks-Collins observed how lack of sleep negatively impacted his autistic son. His research into the subject has landed him a spot on Capitol Hill, where he will present his research to the National Council of Undergraduate Research […]

Women of Weber honored for contributions

Women of the Weber State University community received recognition Wednesday afternoon at a banquet announcing the recipients of the WOW awards, awards offered to women of WSU who make significant contributions to the community. WOW awards are accolades put on by the Women’s Center, awarded to women who inspire others through their actions but might […]

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Developmental math offers expansive options for students

At Weber State University, it’s not uncommon for students to put off taking developmental math courses, which include any math course below 1050. The developmental math department has worked to make the process as painless as possible. There are currently three course options for students, each with varied results: TERM (Technology-Engineered Redesigned Mathematics), Fast Track […]

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WSU to face Northern Iowa in CIT semifinals

The Weber State University men’s basketball team will take on the University of Northern Iowa in Cedar Falls, Iowa, on Saturday night for a chance to play in the CollegeInsider.com Tournament final. Head coach Randy Rahe said he’s proud of the team and hopes it can turn in another good performance in its first road […]

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What is the difference between Babe Ruth and Alex Rodriguez? Robert Downey Jr. and Clark Gable? Madonna and Billie Holiday? The answer to that question is accessibility, and it’s ruining the definition of “celebrity.” It used to be that famous people were far away. They lived in Los Angeles and New York City and Paris, […]

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“What do you want to be when you grow up?” The answers we give to that question have differed depending on how old or young we are. When we were little kids, we used to say “a fireman” or “I’m going to be famous.” When we got a little older, it started being about money: […]

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