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CCEL hosts sixth Community Engagement Symposium

CCEL hosts sixth Community Engagement Symposium

On April 16, Weber State University’s civically engaged Wildcats will have an opportunity to showcase their cooperation and involvement in the local, state and national communities during the Sixth Annual Community Engagement Symposium. The Center for Community Engaged Learning hosts the symposium every year to encourage students who have volunteered to showcase what they have […]

WSU debate team ends year with championship

The Weber State University debate team celebrated its 90-year anniversary with a bang, winning first place in the Cross Examination Debate Association’s National Tournament WEST Conference for the third year in a row. The Cross Examination Debate Association, in cooperation with both the Nation Debate Tournament Committee and the American Debate Association, help to organize […]

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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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Seniors prep for their big day at Grad Fest

The Weber State University Grad Fest started relatively slowly as students arrived this morning, talking to other students and the people hosting booths. The biannual Grad Fest is designed for students to meet their graduation needs in one convenient location. It will be held in the Shepherd Union Building Atrium today and tomorrow from 7:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. […]

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On Air discusses pros and cons of wind energy

Renewable energy production is in high demand and gaining momentum across the globe. Weber State University hosted On Air: Alternative Energy, a lecture by Kirk Hagan, WSU department chair of engineering, on Wednesday in the Wildcat Theater to spread information about wind energy in particular. Six different types of renewable energy sources are available for […]

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Panel discusses gender inequality in education, careers

When it comes down to boys versus girls, studies are finding that there might be favoritism for one gender over the other in the American education system. On Thursday afternoon, as part of the Stop the Hate panel series presented by the Center for Diversity and Unity, a panel and a group of students discussed […]

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