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KWCR Album of the Week: War on Drugs, ‘Lost in the Dream’

Being put in a trance by steady dreamlike instrumentals is only the beginning of War on Drugs’ suitably titled album, “Lost in the Dream.” I’m a fan of their last album, “Slave Ambient,” and it’s always nice to see an artist define what is new in their music. Coming from Philadelphia, War on Drugs brings […]

Local bloggers keep community posted on events

Social media is making it easier for members of the Ogden community to come together for events. Bloggers such as the Indie Ogden staff post weekly calendar updates to keep the public brushed up on local happenings. Only in Ogden also uses social media to create event awareness and bring the community together. This past […]

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Harris pursues student regent position

Student senate president Brady Harris, having decided not to run for senate this year, will not be a member of the Weber State University Student Association for the first time in four years after this semester. “Brady has accomplished so much in WSUSA,” said David Wilson, student body president. “I think it is time for […]

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Speaker recalls Japanese-American internment camps

When most people think of the Holocaust, the first thing that comes to mind is the Jewish plight. The mistreatment of Japanese-Americans in the United States during World War II is often forgotten. Presented by the Weber State University Center for Diversity & Unity, Holocaust remembrance speaker Yukio Shimomura discussed Utah’s Topaz internment camp Wednesday […]

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WSU hosts National Undergraduate Literature Conference

Attendees and participants filled the Wildcat Theater this afternoon for the 29th annual National Undergraduate Literature Conference to listen and share their favorite poems.     Weber State University also hosted the 2014 Favorite Poems Project on Wednesday as part of NULC. The Favorite Poem Project is held to celebrate, document and encourage poetry’s role in […]

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WSU dancers prep for concert, give service

The Weber State University Dance Department will showcase its production of Spring Orchesis April 10-12. The modern dance production will feature choreography by both students and guest professionals. Genres will range from ballet to jazz. “(Orchesis is) the dance department’s biannual show,” said Jordan White, a dance performance and choreography major at WSU and performer […]

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