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Nontrad student balances school and parenting

Nontrad student balances school and parenting

Wendy Parrish has been going to school off on and on over the years in order to be there for her daughter. She is a nontraditional student now graduating with a Bachelor of Integrated Studies in geology, health promotion and recreation. “I can’t wait; I’m speechless,” said Parrish about her upcoming graduation. She said she […]

Carnival showcases WSU’s clubs

As students walked through the Shepherd Union Atrium on Wednesday, they were surrounded by people riding unicycles and walking on stilts, and tables advertising clubs at Weber State University for the annual Clubs and Organizations Carnival. “It brings all the clubs together and it showcases what they have done throughout the year,” said Abelardo Saucedo, […]

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The Shepherd Union Building will provide food and study areas at night for students during finals week on Tuesday and Wednesday. Andrew Gardiner, the Weber State University Student Association president, said WSUSA hopes to also extend the union building’s hours two hours later and close at 2 a.m. The idea first came up in the […]

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International students share their cultures at banquet

Weber State University international students from all over the world came together to serve foods from their countries and perform traditional dances for the International Student Banquet on Saturday. The banquet is an annual event hosted by the international students, who make all the food served at the banquet. Most of the international students on […]

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People in the audience cried and wiped their eyes as poet Asia Samson recited a poem he wrote about the death of his sister. “I bet when you came into this theater, you didn’t think you would be laughing and crying all at one time, right?” Samson said once the poem was finished. “I think […]

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On Saturday in the Stewart Stadium, 102 people ran eight kilometers to raise money for the Wounded Warrior Project. The Weber State University ROTC hosted the event — the first time it’s had an 8K. “Being a military organization on campus, we felt like we had the resources, the time to do something with a very […]

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