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International students plan for jobs upon graduation

Many international students at Weber State University are preparing for graduation at the end of fall semester. Some of them will return to their home countries, while others are ready to find jobs in the United States. The process of coming to a U.S. college is complex for international students. It requires enrollment, expenses amounting up to […]

Companies do trade business at expo

Christmas is right around the corner, and some shoppers are out buying presents, while some found gifts at the International Trade Exchange holiday barter expo at the Weber County Fairgrounds on Thursday. Different local companies were able to sell equipment at cheaper prices. The expo is a yearly event provided by ITEX, giving companies a way […]

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Weber State University’s radiology program received top honors from the Minnies, an award from professional peers in the medical field. The program is one of the few in the country that offers associate’s, bachelor’s and master’s degrees. “We’re one of seven master’s programs in the country in radiologic sciences,” said Robert Walker, chair of the […]

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The Upside Down Christmas Tree Gift Expo gathered the attention of shoppers at the Davis Conference Center in Layton on Friday as a new way of getting vendors recognition in the community. The three-day event provided a safer way of shopping than fighting other shoppers for items. The event, hosted by Jambaleens, lasted from Friday to […]

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As part of Geography Awareness Week, Ogden mountaineers Will Carlton and Tom Burton visited Weber State University on Wednesday to tell their story about climbing Mount Everest earlier this year. The two are among the few in Utah who have reached the summit. About 130 slides of pictures were shown of the events that took […]

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Despite the slow economy of China, trade between the country and the United States has been key to both economies. Both countries have learned each other’s business practices to apply to their own. In a presentation last week during the Chinese Delegation, Jenny Sheng, chair of educational development in Shanghai, told Weber State University students and […]

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