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Viewpoint: Trendy color runs are designed for fun

Colorful posters advertising even more colorful events are popping up left and right not only on our campus, but all over nearby communities like Ogden, Salt Lake City and Logan. These colorful events promise excitement, usually benefit a charity and have the appeal of colored cornstarch being blasted in your face by complete strangers. These […]

Interior design students give Alumni Center new look

The John and Telitha E. Lindquist Alumni Center at Weber State University is undergoing renovations and redecorating, and the center commissioned WSU’s department of interior design for the decorations. The center, founded in 1983, serves as a meeting place to bring together Wildcats past and present. The Alumni Center is primarily used to host events […]

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Weber State University students who enjoy having a cigarette in the main corridor of campus or while they walk to their next class will soon be expected to smoke in designated areas. WSU officials are preparing to start enforcing the smoking policy, which came into effect November 2012. WSU administration began deliberating about the tobacco […]

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Salt Lake’s first Comic Con draws tens of thousands

      Nearly 80,000 people flooded through the doors of the Salt Palace Convention Center last weekend for Salt Lake City’s first-ever Comic Con. Many attractions lured fans, but the star who drew the most hype was comic book legend Stan Lee. Lee, the creator of “X-Men,” “Fantastic Four,” “Spiderman” and countless other comic […]

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A great NASCAR driver, probably the best of his generation, was once quoted as saying, “If you are not first, then you are last.” All right, Ricky Bobby never actually drove in NASCAR or even existed, but he brings up a good point. Does anyone know if Bobby is an alumnus of Oklahoma State? What […]

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An exhibition of artistic quilts sewn by Judy Elsley, professor of English and director of the honors program at Weber State University, documented her struggle with breast cancer through a quilt project called “40 Days and 40 Nights.” Originally an exercise for her planned sabbatical leave, Elsley said this project is one where she can […]

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