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WSU students attend Equality Utah’s Allies Dinner

Equality Utah held its 12th Annual Allies Dinner on Monday evening in the Salt Palace Convention Center, and Weber State University students and faculty were there to show support. The event’s theme was “Equality in the Community,” and the dinner featured actor, Sundance Film Festival founder and LGBTQA activist Robert Redford as the keynote speaker. […]

ROTC provides opportunities for Wildcats

Graphic by Felisha Larsen The U.S. Military provides a multitude of benefits to American soldiers, including the GI bill and fully paid tuition for students from the National Guard, Army and Army Reserves. Soliders also receive preference for jobs and guaranteed interviews with prestigious companies such as JP Morgan, Goodyear, Pepsi, and police and sheriff’s departments […]

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Anthropology Club discusses the Greeks

To help kick off the Greek Festival, the anthropology and sociology departments held a lecture yesterday in the Social Sciences Building. Rosemary Conover, chair of the sociology department and a professor at Weber State University, gave the lecture. Conover spoke to students about the importance of the Greek civilization, specifically about the Greeks being the first […]

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Ogden’s “Painted Ladies” show off on historic tour

Often called “Painted Ladies” for their multicolored exteriors and graceful architectural style, homes built during the late nineteenth century were the talk of the town on Saturday. Highlighting historic homes that once belonged to some of Ogden’s most important families, the Weber County Heritage Foundation took patrons on a stroll back in time to the […]

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Volleyball puts up fight in Philadelphia

In the past two weekends, the Weber State University volleyball team has racked up the frequent flier miles and the wins. This past weekend, it took part in the Crowne Plaza Philadelphia West Penn Invitational, playing four games spread across two days in the city of brotherly love. The Wildcats opened up the tournament with a […]

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