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Jane Breen Holmes Scholarship benefits single parents

Jane Breen Holmes Scholarship benefits single parents

Many Weber State University students continue to pay it forward after graduation by giving back to WSU. Jane Breen Holmes made sure she helped those who came after her by creating a scholarship geared toward single mothers wanting to go back to school. The scholarship started in 2005 and continued after Holmes’s death in 2011. […]

Dan Walker to be Blaisdell’s successor

Effective July 1, 2014, Jim Blaisdell will ride off into the sunset after 33 years as part the Weber State University track and field program. He will leave a legacy of hard work and winning behind him, but athletic director Jerry Bovee said he feels that those who follow him will keep the tradition going. […]

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At Weber State University, many internships are offered through each department. WSU students can ask their advisers and the department heads about their opportunities. “We have relationships with employers that we build over the years, and so, generally, here at Weber when they have an opportunity arise, then they contact us with an internship,” said […]

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Spring has sprung upon Utah with all the cheeriness and warmth of an aggressive Easter Bunny. Flowers are in bloom, grass is perking up, and the despotic grip of winter seems to finally be slipping. This holds many implications for the Beehive State, arguably the most vital being a catalyst to start work on one […]

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Salt Lake celebrates send-off for couples in same-sex marriage case

Hundreds of LGBTQ community members, advocates and supporters circled together in Salt Lake City’s Library Square on Monday evening to give a united farewell to couples in the Utah same-sex marriage case Kitchen v. Herbert. “The responsibilities and the benefits of marriage to gay and lesbian couples not only will make Utah stronger, but our […]

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O-Town Throwdown provides aid for Ogden homeless

The first-ever O-Town Throwdown began Friday at 4 p.m. and lasted until 4 p.m. on Saturday, all to aid The Empty Bowls Project and, in turn, provide aid to homeless Ogdenites. “The O-Town Throwdown is a community event where we have invited the community to come here and create pottery, ceramic bowls that will be […]

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