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Marc’s Remarks: NFL settlement could have far-reaching effects

The National Football League announced this past week that it has come to a settlement in a lawsuit brought against it by more than 4,500 retired players or their families. The suit, which said the NFL did not properly educate and warn against the dangers of concussions, will set aside $765 million for injury compensation, […]

WSU students strive to help local food bank

Weber State University students and Ogden City are banding together to raise awareness for Hunger Action Month in September. Alex Holt, student chair for the Catholic Community Services food bank, part of the Center for Community Engaged Learning, is helping the food bank gather donations. The first event, Dine Out to Help Out, is an […]

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WSU alum awarded for emergency rescues

The Utah Bureau of Emergency Medical Services has honored Weber State University alumnus Zackery Hatch with both the Paramedic of the Year and the Incident of the Year awards. After graduating in 2005, Hatch has been working for the West Valley City Fire Department. It was Hatch’s participation in two separate instances that qualified him […]

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The Junior League of Ogden will host its second annual cook-off event, Get Fresh with the Junior League, at the Oasis Community Garden this Saturday to motivate community members to bring their food from the farm to the table. The event will act as a preview to the Oasis Learning Pavilion that is currently under […]

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The semester has begun, and if you’re anything like me, you’re already drowning in assignments, due dates and deadlines. This time of year can be pretty stressful. Those of us who did summer semester are probably burned out; those of you who didn’t are probably shell-shocked at being back. But we’re here, and we have […]

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How many Muslims does it take to change a light bulb? Ask the Christians in Egypt that have been physically and sexually assaulted, killed and had their churches, schools, homes and businesses looted and burned by Muslims in the guise of eliminating the light of Christian political opinion. Such religious intolerance and persecution, for material gain, is reminiscent of the Catholic […]

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