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One of largest storms in recorded history hits Phillippines

One of largest storms in recorded history hits Phillippines

Winds going 195 mph left an estimated 2,000-2,500 dead in the Philippines after Super Typhoon Haiyan leveled buildings, flooded islands and left disaster in its wake. Nicknamed Super Typhoon Yolanda by locals, Filipino President Benigno Aquino III has reported that the initial projection of 10,000 may be “too high,” stating that the death toll is […]

WSU’s globetrotting nurse shares abroad experiences

According to the Institute of International Education, approximately 283,332 U.S. students received academic credit for adventuring to exotic countries, embracing the world as global citizens through study-abroad programs in 2011-12. Weber State University assistant nursing professor Kathleen Cadman has visited 108 countries and encourages students to experience the world. She has been involved with several […]

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WWII collection comes to WSU

  Last week, Weber State University honored Veterans Day a bit early. Displayed in the Shepherd Union Atrium were actual items from World War II collections, including weaponry, uniforms and grenade launchers. Nathan Cragun and Benjamin Johnson have jointly collected World War II memorabilia since they were 16. Cragun, a WSU student, said he finds […]

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Zoology Club is newest organization to campus

After years of preparation, the Zoology Club is now a registered organization on the Weber State University campus. Open to all students, the club has a simple, clearly defined mission in its constitution: “The mission of the Zoology Club is to provide learning experiences and activities related to the field of zoology. The club will […]

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A task force of members of the Utah Legislature paid campus a visit on Tuesday. Meeting to talk about the future of education, the Legislative Task Force on Education in Utah was sponsored by the Olene S. Walker Institute of Politics. The representatives met for a discussion with Speaker Rebecca Lockhart, Senate President Wayne Niederhauser, […]

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It’s been said many times in the military, “Don’t ask, don’t tell” — a policy that kept cadets from being questioned about their sexual orientation openly. In 2011, the United States military decided to discard the Don’t Ask, Don’t Tell policy and implement an LGBT support group in the military. Daniel Yockey, contractor and recruiting […]

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