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KWCR Album of the week: Deer Tick, ‘Negativity’

Deer Tick’s latest album, “Negativity,” comes all-inclusive with everything the band has to offer — satisfying sounds from keys, stable drums and an innate sense of maturity and lessons learned. I’ve heard he’s boozy, but really, all I hear is dreamy. John McCauley, frontman and guitarist, has the anomalous voice that suits the indie-country outfit. […]

Wight advocates Dream Weber to Ben Lomond seniors

The statewide initiative Utah College Application Week is a pilot program among eight Utah high schools, aiming to give high school seniors from across the state the chance to complete one or more college applications. Weber State University President Charles Wight seized this opportunity to speak to seniors at Ben Lomond High School on Thursday. “Weber State is […]

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WSU volleyball can’t keep up with Bengals, loses in straight sets

Just a month removed from a five-set thriller in which the Weber State University volleyball team was on the verge of beating a quality Idaho State University team in the Swenson Gym, the Wildcats traveled to Pocatello, Idaho, late Wednesday night with revenge on their minds. However, while the Wildcats made it interesting in the […]

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Last panel of semester discusses sustainability at WSU

Weber State University has been pulling efforts together to help promote cleaner air in the Ogden City area. The Environmental Issues Committee has organized projects and conducted discussion panels throughout the semester. Its panel discussion on Wednesday concluded the goals and projects finished this semester, also setting future goals and hopeful projects for next semester. […]

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On Wednesday night, members of the Box Elder School District’s board met and voted on a new policy that will continue to allow extracurricular clubs at the high schools. Members voted 5-1 on the policy, but this isn’t the hook. Box Elder High School student Gloria Hammond turned in a formal application to start a […]

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WSU, FBLA host opening of Teddy Bear Den

Weber State University, in conjunction with Future Business Leaders of America, hosted the grand opening of the Teddy Bear Den at the Midtown Community Health Center on Wednesday afternoon. The Teddy Bear Den will offer prenatal care and help new mothers in need of support for their newborns. “The Teddy Bear Den is a program […]

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