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WSU professor recovers from severe fall

WSU professor recovers from severe fall

Mike Vause fell, first hitting his right eye on a boulder, which made it swell shut, making him unable to see and stop himself from continuing down the ridge. He bounced off boulders the size of bowling balls, some the size of television screens, stopping just short of falling down a 15-foot dropoff. On June […]

While the George Zimmerman case has reached its non-guilty verdict in court, it is far from closed in the public’s eye. To some, Zimmerman is a racially profiling criminal getting away with murder. They view the trial as an illustration of a broken, racist justice and law enforcement system that’s only interested in protecting those […]

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Robots, WSU students practice surgery at Ogden hospital

Weber State University students and faculty stepped into blue surgical suits, gloves and masks to “test-drive” a Da Vinci surgical robot at Ogden Regional Medical Center on Monday night. The robot allows surgeries to be less invasive, which increases the patient’s recovery time through the use of small incisions. Dr. Amber Bradshaw, the first fellowship-trained […]

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Weber State University shone and popped Sunday evening as thousands of people converged on and off campus to attend the 35th annual Lindquist Family Symphony Pops and Fireworks show. The annual show featured roughly an hour of music by the New American Philharmonic, a battery of cannons put on by the Cannoneers of the Wasatch […]

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WSU hosts first annual Mom and Daughter Science Camp

During the summer, sciences like chemistry, physics, astronomy, microbiology and physiology are the average student’s worst nightmare. But for 20 mothers and daughters last week at Weber State University’s first annual Mom and Daughter Science Camp, it became a fun reality. “We wanted to be doing more camps, and we really wanted (to) look at […]

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My wife and I just got back from The Happiest Place on Earth. Crowds of children roamed the park with parents, ranging from disgruntled to moderately happy, being dragged from one dent in their child’s college savings to the next. It’s a testament to what capitalism can do: You take demand (demand that America didn’t know was […]

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