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Breezy Bytes: Weber State, stop being so in love with me

As my senior year at Weber State swiftly approaches, I have come to the conclusion that WSU is in love with me. Let me explain. I will, hopefully, be graduating this spring semester with my bachelor’s degree — an amazing accomplishment that I even question how I pulled off sometimes. As the new school year […]

I think, because winter is so long in Utah, we all forgot the terribly awful things about summer. After a long winter and a grueling spring semester, students everywhere were begging for summer. So I now take it upon myself to remind and warn those of you who think summer is just the greatest time […]

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The Shepherd Union Building is a hub for Weber State University student activity, with many different venues for social interaction. The Shepherd Union Art Gallery is one of these venues where students can come and reflect upon other students’ works and open a dialogue with other students. The gallery not only gives opportunity to students […]

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As the semester comes to a close, some students will be searching high and low for a summer jobs, but others will be paid to do their own research through the Office of Undergraduate Research at Weber State University. That was the case for Paul Castleberry in the summer of 2012. As the executive producer […]

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As much as I know that I bleed purple for Weber State Wildcats, I do not follow WSU sports very closely. It is difficult to attend all the sporting events and balance my already heavily involved load of work on campus. However, I believe that even if you don’t follow sports, but are a die-hard […]

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With Easter Sunday around the corner, many Weber State University students said they still participate in Easter traditions even as they have gotten older, but for out-of-state students, the Easter holiday might be spent differently. Jamieson Strople, a WSU student, said his family did a lot of things for Easter, but he won’t be participating […]

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