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Students use social media as professional platform

In order for students’ social media presence to help them after college, it is important to consciously develop and manage a professional online persona, said Niccolle Spjut. Spjut is a sociology major who is interested in studying the concept of an online persona. She will lead a discussion about online presence in a Sociology Club […]

Recently I’ve been thinking a lot of about Twitter and social media and how it affects the way we take in information. What got me thinking about this was the events on Monday at the Boston Marathon. Almost immediately after the bombs had gone off, my timeline was flooded with tweets about what had happened. […]

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WSU student balances military, family and school

Jayrod Garrett is a National Guard serviceman, husband, campus employee, and former honors and BIS senator. He is also a nontraditional student who has overcome many obstacles to get his associate’s degree this semester. To be considered a nontraditional student, one must be a veteran, 25 or older, married, a parent, and/or be widowed or […]

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Weber State University has a tradition of engaging in bizarre activities. By the time they graduate, some students are shocked by facts they have learned about the university, ranging from the Polygamist Prance of 1944 to Weber College moving from downtown 25th Street to Harrison Boulevard in 1954. “I was surprised to find out that […]

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This season marks the fourth season since the return of the softball program to Weber State University. With the anniversary comes the first four-year softball graduate. London Clarke, who will graduate this summer semester with a double major in health promotion and psychology, is the only player left on the team who remembers what it […]

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“Are you graduating this year?” “Um, no, actually . . .” “Oh. Well, then, what year are you?” “Well, I’ve been here for about three years now, so technically I’m a junior, but —” “So are you going to graduate next year?” “Hmm, well, about that, ya see . . . ” With the approaching […]

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