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Geek in Gear: The Xbox One and the question of privacy

There’s this new generation of console coming out. No, not the PlayStation 4. I’m talking about the Xbox One here. Have you heard about it? Because it’s potentially doing some stuff that might be crazy privacy-wise, and at the moment, I’m not entirely impressed. So, I’m a gamer girl. Or at least, I’m a sort […]

Many events have happened between our last issue and now, and like the newsy folk we are, we like getting in our say on everything that might be of interest to our fellow college students. Unfortunately, that’s a bit difficult when we’re busy basking in the glow of no homework and celebrating/ignoring final grades. So […]

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Leonardo museum makes science hands-on

Walk through the doors of The Leonardo Museum in downtown Salt Lake City and it’s as if Leonardo da Vinci himself is running around saying, “Hurry up! Come and look at this!” “Leonardo da Vinci was an inventor, a scientist, an artist — he did everything,” said Bryton Sampson, communications manager at The Leonardo. “The […]

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Walker Institute to hold forum on bond election for library

  The Olene S. Walker Institute of Politics and Public Service at Weber State University will host a forum and discussion on the upcoming bond election which will decide whether or not the Weber County Library System will receive $45 million for repairs, improvements and expansion. The forum will be held June 5, 2013, in […]

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Packer center aims to offer support to families, attracts controversy

Weber State University is now able to offer more streamlined assistance to individuals and families through the new Boyd K. and Donna S. Packer Center for Family and Community Education. However, the naming of the center has inspired a degree of protest. Some individuals feel the center shouldn’t be named after Boyd K. Packer, president of […]

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For Weber State students who aren’t taking summer classes, it’s been summer break for more than a month now, yet it hasn’t really felt like it until the last couple days. It never really feels like summer until June, so I feel like our summer break is just now kicking off. I’ve already crossed off […]

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