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Viewpoint: Any discrimination is wrong

With the government shutdown only a few weeks behind us and the Obamacare website as twitchy as an excited puppy, it’s refreshing to see the Senate getting something positive done. On Thursday, the U.S. Senate voted to approve the Employment Non-Discrimination Act, which makes it illegal for employers to discriminate against LGBT individuals. ENDA has […]

Soccer advances to Big Sky Championship

After taking a week-long break between regular season and tournament play, the Weber State University women’s soccer team was back in action on Thursday afternoon against the second-place Northern Arizona University Lumberjacks in the first semifinal game of the Big Sky Tournament in Portland, Ore. The Wildcats came away victorious with a convincing 3-0 win […]

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President Wight ‘arrested’ for MDA

Airmen from Hill Air Force Base came to Weber State University President Charles Wight’s office Thursday morning to arrest him. He was then taken to the Ogden Union Station to await bail in an effort to raise funds for muscular dystrophy. The Muscular Dystrophy Association’s Utah chapter holds an annual lockup where local business professionals […]

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On Nov. 5 of 1973, Weber State University finished construction of the Social Science Building, designed to hold approximately 4,000 students and house 69 faculty and 14 staff. With this week’s 40th anniversary celebration, the Social Science Building is trying to raise money for an improvement to the Social Science Building. The celebration began with […]

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Protest the Hero entered 2013 stronger than ever with their latest album, “Volition.” This piece of lyrical genius has everything a PTH fan could anticipate from the band: lofty and powerful vocals, intricate and poetic lyrics, and, of course, the progressive and technical guitar work. Let’s talk lyrics, because frankly, ever since experiencing “Bone Marrow” […]

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WSU freshman connects Sodexo and St. Anne’s Center

Devin Smith, Weber State University freshman and dental hygiene major, was doing research for a communications speech when she came across the Food Recovery Network. The program, commonly known as FRN, works to fight hunger in local communities by recovering perishable “leftovers” from university campuses and redistributing them to the needy in their area. Smith, who doesn’t have any […]

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