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Student senator shows concern with building demolition

Student senator shows concern with building demolition

Construction crews are waiting for the end of spring semester to start on the demolition of Buildings 3 and 4, which will be replaced by the Tracy A. Hall Science Center, set to open in the fall of 2016. The demolition of Buildings 3 and 4, which have housed many of the math and engineering […]

A power outage interrupted classes and students working on their class assignments at Weber State University about 2:15 p.m. today. Diana R., a WSU student, said she was ringing up her food order in the Shepherd Union Building when she heard a buzzing sound and the lights began to flicker, and then the power went […]

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Walker Institute hosts meeting with candidates

More than 200 students and community members met with political candidates from Davis, Weber and Morgan counties Tuesday at the Hurst Center to hear their platforms. The Olene S. Walker Institute of Politics and Public Service at Weber State University sponsored the event, the last of its political leadership series. “There’s a lot of complaining about […]

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Ordain Women marches for priesthood for second time

This article has been altered from the print version.  Rain, wind and a hailstorm didn’t stop 510 women and their male allies from attempting to attend the male-only Priesthood Session of the 184th annual General Conference of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints on Saturday. LDS priesthood holders give blessings, perform baptisms and […]

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Utah bans ‘revenge porn’

Utah lawmakers have passed a new law banning what is commonly referred to as “revenge porn.” House Bill 71 creates criminal penalties for disturbing intimate images with the intent to cause emotional distress or harm. The bill passed the House with only six members voting against it, and through the Senate unanimously. Utah Gov. Gary […]

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Wilkens shares stories from Rwandan Genocide

In 1994, Carl Wilkens signed a document refusing help from the United States government, which was working to get him out of Rwanda safely. The only American to stay in Rwanda during the genocide, Wilkens spoke to attendees Friday evening in the first of many lectures held at Weber State University to commemorate the 20th year […]

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