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Wildcats take part in Idaho Cup

The Weber State University track and field team turned in an impressive performance over the weekend at the Idaho Cup held in Boise, Idaho. The men’s and women’s teams each saw more athletes qualify for the Big Sky meet and had a handful of athletes pick up seasonal-best marks at the tournament. The women’s team […]

What if mermaids were real? More importantly, what if mermaids were being killed left and right by human-related causes, such as habitat destruction or disease? Wouldn’t that be something we would want to stop? Long ago, around the days of Columbus, sailors claimed to have seen mermaids in the waters around the new world. They […]

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Critique is a part of life. We all make and work on things — art, homework assignments, food, really cool basketball moves. We all have opinions on the things we make and the things other people make. And we all have a response when other people critique our stuff. As much as we’re invested in […]

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Finals are just around the corner, and we’re all trying to morph into the Little Engine That Could through the month of April while everything comes to a stressful academic close. It might be hard to buckle down and plow through all the piling work and upcoming tests, but sometimes it helps to have a […]

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Club plays traditional African rhythms

Almost every Sunday, members of the African Drumming Society at Weber State University practice traditional African rhythms, some of which are played on handmade instruments carved by members of the club. Cameron Williams, president of the club, first started studying these rhythms more than 12 years ago. Around four years ago, he heard that a […]

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