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Wilkens shares stories from Rwandan Genocide

Wilkens shares stories from Rwandan Genocide

In 1994, Carl Wilkens signed a document refusing help from the United States government, which was working to get him out of Rwanda safely. The only American to stay in Rwanda during the genocide, Wilkens spoke to attendees Friday evening in the first of many lectures held at Weber State University to commemorate the 20th year […]

For some, the end of the semester is a time of late nights, frenzied studying and cramming four months’ worth of work into a single night of caffeine and sugar. Finals week, and the weeks leading up to it, are often filled with deadlines, obligations and stress. “The more stressed a person is, the worse […]

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Conference play continued on Friday for the Weber State University softball team as the University of Northern Colorado Bears made their way into Ogden for an early-season series. The Wildcats were unable to capture a win in Friday’s doubleheader, dropping both games to the Bears. The losses put the Wildcats at 18-14 overall and 1-4 […]

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Ogden City encourages beekeeping to preserve species

Bees have become a buzzworthy topic in Ogden recently. The Ogden City Council Changes made changes to municipal code and adopted a new ordinance allowing residents to keep bees. Previously, residents of Ogden City known to have verboten beehives didn’t register with the Utah Department of Agriculture and Food for fear of the city finding […]

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WSU student presents research on air pollution

As spring weather comes around, Weber State University students and faculty are working up ways to reduce air pollution. On Wednesday, WSU physics major Anna Hodshire presented their findings at a physics seminar in the Lind Lecture Hall. Her presentation, entitled “Our Air is Killing Us,” covered and highlighted the research she has performed alongside […]

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Studio 76 creates Wildcat1 channel

Weber State University’s Studio 76 has created a new channel for WSU students called Wildcat1. The channel provides movies, contests and student-produced content to entertain and update students about things happening on and off campus.  Drew Tyler, WSU digital media professor, said Wildcat1 has been a dream of WSU’s for a couple of years now, and […]

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