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Tresnak’s career night can’t stop BYU

Tresnak’s career night can’t stop BYU

It has never been said that a team under Randy Rahe didn’t work hard and play until the end. That was true once again as the Wildcats traveled down to Provo on Friday to take on in-state rival Brigham Young University. In what many called the mid-major game of the week, the Rahe-led Wildcats were […]

The Weber State University football team came just short of its first comeback win of the year, losing 27-21 to Southern Utah University. The game dropped the Wildcats to 1-9 on the season. The Wildcats’ offense got off to a quick start, jumping out to an early 7-0 lead. Quarterback Austin Chipoletti started out hot, […]

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Volleyball struggles against Montana State

The Weber State University volleyball team was looking to start its four-game road trip off in style, but Montana State University had other ideas. The Bobcats swept the Wildcats in straight sets on Friday night (25-14, 25-23, 25-15) in a match that lasted just 82 minutes. The Wildcats dropped their overall season record to 7-22, […]

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WSU student creates air quality app

Many people who live in Utah are familiar with the negative effects of inversion, a condition in which a layer of cold air traps a layer of warm air under it, causing air pollution to remain locally confined. R.D. Hunt, a student at Weber State University, has created a smartphone application that allows people to […]

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Nearly Naked Mile encourages students to strip for charity

Weber State University’s student senate hosted the Fourth Annual Nearly Naked Mile on Friday. Starting at the Bell Tower and ending at the south side of the Shepherd Union Building, students removed their clothes as they ran for a charitable cause, eventually running in only their underwear. The race, which doubles as a clothing drive, […]

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Visiting professor presents species problem to WSU students

When a question is posed in science, a hypothesis is made and tested repeatedly. There isn’t much room for philosophical debate. However, a philosophy professor from the University of Alabama, Richard A. Richards, has found such a debate in just one word: species. Richards posed the question of whether species are real to a large […]

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