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Nick’s Picks: Winning season guaranteed for Pirates

The year was 1992. The price of a gallon of gas was $1.13. The No. 1 song at the time was “End of the Road” by Boyz II Men, which, by the way, could not be downloaded; it had to be purchased at your local record store as a single on cassette. Cassette? What is […]

Men’s club soccer dominates Utes, 7-0

Coming off of a winning but sluggish weekend of play, the Weber State University men’s soccer team dominated both sides of the ball for the full 90 minutes against the University of Utah on Friday night, scoring four of its seven goals in the first half and not allowing a single goal for the Utes. […]

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Legendary “Freedom Rider” speaks at WSU

Joan Trumpauer Mulholland, civil rights activist and member of the 1961 Freedom Riders, shared her story with students, faculty and members of the community on Sept. 13 in the Wildcat Theater. Mulholland, who grew up in segregated Virginia, joined the Freedom Riders in 1961 upon entering Tougaloo University. There, she became part of the 1 […]

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Ogden OUTreach reaches beyond community

Ogden OUTreach is working to better the Ogden community as a whole by providing information, programs and support to LGBTQ youth ages 14-23 to help them build happy, healthy lives, and its influence is reaching far beyond its target group. “OUTreach provides low-cost/free diversity training, as well as resources for community groups, churches, businesses, law enforcement, schools […]

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WSU’s ACM chapter holds programming competition

  Weber State University’s Association for Computing Machinery chapter will host a programming competition for students. The chapter offers an outlet for WSU students to enhance their experience outside of the classroom in an environment that enables them to grow as programmers and computer science enthusiasts. The ACM is not only a WSU club, but offers […]

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After waiting three years, Weber State University’s first engineering degree received accreditation from the Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology last month. This means the program, which started in 2010, can now graduate students with a degree that meets international standards in applied science, computing, engineering and engineering technology. This accreditation gives students a better chance […]

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