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Wildcats running in Boston Marathon OK

Wildcats running in Boston Marathon OK

Craig Oberg stopped before he crossed the finish line of the 117th Boston Marathon on Monday to take pictures with his wife, sister and mother. He then ran ahead, finished the race, and was walking to get his bag when he saw one bomb go off, then another. “I felt that concussion, and I could feel […]

The night before Fan-Ya Lin’s audition at Weber State University, she sat down at Yu-Jane Yang’s piano to play Chopin’s Ballad No. 4. Yang worked with her on the piece, note by note, and before they knew it, it was after midnight. The next day, Lin played that same piece at her audition and, to […]

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67th National Debate Tournament makes history

Elijah Smith and Ryan Wash of Emporia State University made history when they advanced to the final round of the 67th National Debate Tournament held this last weekend. They were the first all-black, openly gay team to ever get that far. But they didn’t stop there. By the end of the final round, audience members gave […]

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In its meeting today, the State Board of Regents approved tuition increases of 5 percent at six public colleges and universities in Utah, and a 6 percent increase at Utah Valley University and Salt Lake Community College. According to the board’s press release, for many students, this will be the lowest tuition increase in a […]

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Starting today and for the next four days, the nation’s top debaters will compete in 15-hour shifts at Weber State University to claim the title of Best Policy Debate Team in the country. The debates will be held in the Shepherd Union Building and Elizabeth Hall today, Saturday and Sunday. All classes held in Elizabeth […]

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Weber State University student body president Andrew Gardiner announced today in the WSU Student Association student senate meeting that there will not be a recall election for the 2013-14 student body president and the results of last week’s election will stand. Service vice president Julia Saxton’s appeal to the WSUSA Supreme Court only grieved the […]

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