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Kickstarter offers new ways to fund ideas

Kickstarter offers new ways to fund ideas

In a new wave of ideas, businesses and projects are being funded through websites like Kickstarter.com. Kickstarter allows the public to view projects and businesses that need help with funding in order to get them off the ground through pledges to donate. Since Kickstarter.com launched in 2009, over $1 billion has been pledged by more […]

WSU softball splits games with ISU

After getting off to a tough start to its Big Sky Conference season, the Weber State University softball team looked to right the ship Friday as it hosted a doubleheader against Idaho State University. The Wildcats won the first game against the Bengals, but fell in the second game. “I feel like we played a […]

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WSU announces new student senators

Senate winners celebrated in the Shepherd Union Atrium on Friday during the 2014-15 election winners announcement. However, the lack of student body presence showed a disconnect between Student Involvement & Leadership and the Weber State University community. Less than 100 students attended the celebration. The senator receiving the highest total number of votes was Samuel […]

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Ordain Women marches for priesthood for second time

This article has been altered from the print version.  Rain, wind and a hailstorm didn’t stop 510 women and their male allies from attempting to attend the male-only Priesthood Session of the 184th annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Saturday. LDS priesthood holders give blessings, perform baptisms and […]

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Big Al’s Bites: Chunga’s Mexican Food

I am constantly surprised by the benefits of branching out. Stepping outside of the norm is frightening, especially when both money and food are on the table, but it’s necessary if you want to stop eating at the same four restaurants for the rest of your life. This happened for me one provident evening late […]

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The end of the semester is rapidly approaching. Students and faculty are bracing for the onslaught of finals, papers,  assignments and anxiety that comes with the close of every semester. Mounting deadlines and anticipation often push students to their limits, leaving them to various strategies for maintaining grades and sanity, which at times seem like […]

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