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WSU falls in CIT championship

WSU falls in CIT championship

The Weber State University men’s basketball team lost the CIT Championship at the buzzer on Tuesday night at the Dee Events Center. The Wildcats faced off against the East Carolina University Pirates for a very intense and emotional basketball game — their final one of the season. The Wildcats came into the match on a […]

67th National Debate Tournament makes history

Elijah Smith and Ryan Wash of Emporia State University made history when they advanced to the final round of the 67th National Debate Tournament held this last weekend. They were the first all-black, openly gay team to ever get that far. But they didn’t stop there. By the end of the final round, audience members gave […]

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In order to streamline student grievances of academic nature, the Weber State University Student Senate passed a motion to amend the WSU Student Code. The new amendment still needs to pass in the faculty senate before it can go before the President’s Council and then the Board of Trustees. The amended section of the bill […]

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Weber State University is currently hosting the 28th annual National Undergraduate Literature Conference from Thursday to Saturday. The conference, which allowed undergraduate students to present work to fellow students and educators from around the United States, featured three prominent speakers: Jay Parini, the acclaimed author of “Benjamin’s Crossing,” “The Passage of H.M.” and “The Last […]

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As much as I know that I bleed purple for Weber State Wildcats, I do not follow WSU sports very closely. It is difficult to attend all the sporting events and balance my already heavily involved load of work on campus. However, I believe that even if you don’t follow sports, but are a die-hard […]

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The sound of colorful blocks clicked together mixed with the laughter of junior high students. A student teacher walked around the room, encouraging the students to figure out the next shape to the Soma cube. This was the activity for the after-school program the Weber State University Science Department provides for junior high students. The […]

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