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Redshirt freshman suspended for fighting

Redshirt freshman suspended for fighting

Weber State University football player Oran Maxwell has been suspended for his involvement in a fight, announced Big Sky commissioner Doug Fullerton and WSU on Tuesday. Maxwell, a redshirt freshman running back from Orlando, Fla., left the bench area and threw a punch with two minutes and 45 seconds remaining in the fourth quarter of […]

Davis campus’ D3 officially open

Aug. 29 marked the official opening of Weber State University’s newest addition, the Davis campus’ D3. Guest speakers created an evening filled with enthusiasm, accomplishment, and Wildcat pride. The speakers were Lt. Gov. Greg Bell; Jim Smith, Davis Chamber of Commerce president and CEO; Sue Johnson, president/CEO of Futura Industries and chair for the Northern […]

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Block Party, Foam Party kick off semester

The Block Party, themed Wildcat Wonderland this year, kicked off the last day of Welcome Week with Weber State University President Chuck Wight serving purple pancakes to hungry students. Booths started setting up early, and the party began at 8:30 a.m. All morning, students wandered from booth to booth, playing games, winning prizes and collecting […]

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In a recent list published by Kiplinger.com, Ogden ranked No. 2 among the best U.S. cities for cheapskates. Unsurprisingly, cities from the Midwest dominated the penny-pinching list, with Omaha, Neb., as the No. 1 and Salt Lake City taking seventh place. According to a disclaimer on the website’s list, these cities were not ranked by […]

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On Aug. 15, the Employee Wellness program brought in a new wellness coordinator, Raeanna Johnson. Johnson said she hopes to continue programs already in place and reach out to the faculty and staff to better know what programs they would like to see. “I want the faculty and staff to know that I’m here and […]

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SSD provides new program for freshmen

Graduating high school is a milestone in every teenager’s life, brimming with excitement and the hopes of greatness. The anticipation of college can incite fear and confusion, though. It can be difficult transitioning from a small campus to a large, multi-building one with thousands of students of all ages. For individuals living with learning or […]

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