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Softball wins 15-inning game

The Weber State University softball team claimed a 15-inning victory in a game spanning two days over the weekend against California State University, Sacramento. The game started Friday afternoon, and was suspended in the 15th inning due to darkness. When play resumed on Saturday, the Wildcats closed out the game for a 6-4 victory. It […]

Over the weekend, the Weber State University women’s tennis team split two matches, first defeating the University of North Dakota, then falling to the University of Northern Colorado. Against UND, the Wildcats trailed early on, losing the doubles point. UND took all three doubles matches 8-4 and claimed an early point over WSU. But the […]

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Recently I’ve been thinking a lot of about Twitter and social media and how it affects the way we take in information. What got me thinking about this was the events on Monday at the Boston Marathon. Almost immediately after the bombs had gone off, my timeline was flooded with tweets about what had happened. […]

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Tennis team secures postseason spot

The Weber State University men’s tennis team secured its eighth win of the year in a narrow win against the University of Northern Colorado on Sunday. Freshman Jakub Gewert pulled off a 6-4 win over Brandon Lupo in the third set of the No. 1 singles match to give the Wildcats a 4-3 win over […]

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Graduating is important to most college students, but for Weber State University’s Scott Bamforth, it holds a little extra importance. “I’m happy that I’m in this position,” Bamforth said. “I think I’m the first one in my family to ever graduate, so that’s a huge accomplishment. I’m not too sure, but I’m the first one […]

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Amber Henry set a Stewart Stadium record in the 1,500-meter run on Saturday during the Wildcat Outdoor Classic. Henry won the event with a time of 4:22.96, five seconds faster than the previous stadium record. Henry wasn’t the only Wildcat who turned in a good performance at the meet. There were a total of 22 conference-qualifying times […]

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