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Football overmatched against Utes, loses by 63

Football overmatched against Utes, loses by 63

The Weber State University football team traveled to Salt Lake City on Saturday afternoon to face the University of Utah. The Wildcats fell behind quickly and lost the game 70-7. The Utes got on the board first as quarterback Travis Wilson faked a handoff, which caused the Wildcat defense to go left, and Wilson kept […]

Men’s soccer wins in the 90th minute

The Weber State University men’s club soccer team walked away with a narrow 3-2 victory over the Kodiak Futbol Club Saturday morning, thanks to a made penalty kick from WSU’s Jess Patterson in the 90th minute. Though the former national champions came out with the win, it didn’t come as they might have liked. Early […]

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Volleyball drops first two at Wolf Pack Invitational

The Weber State University volleyball team took to the road after a successful first weekend of the season. The Wildcats traveled to Reno, Nev., to participate in the Wolf Pack Invitational. The Wildcats started off the tournament by facing the host, the University of Nevada, Reno, in a match that lasted three sets. Even though […]

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During our production hours in the office, many of us enjoy making the rounds on various websites and showing each other the latest YouTube videos and memes. It seems like everything in social media news has a short shelf life. Mere weeks after the “Harlem Shake” video hit YouTube, it ballooned and declined in popularity. […]

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WSU students celebrate another victory for LGBTQ communtiy

The civil rights movement for the LGBTQ community claimed another victory on Sept. 4, when the Obama administration announced a new policy effectively giving veterans’ benefits to same-sex couples who are legally married. Even couples in states where same-sex marriage is not recognized can qualify for federal benefits. “I think that the federal government has proactively […]

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Not many stories are told of Weber State University students going to developing countries to do humanitarian work, yet that’s how one WSU student spent her entire summer. Living in a slum just three miles outside Kibera, the largest slum in Nairobi and the largest urban slum in Africa, Sarah Archambault, a WSU sophomore in the […]

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