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‘I Am’ aims to empower sexual assault survivors

‘I Am’ aims to empower sexual assault survivors

Civic advocacy major Jaime Heiner wants to empower survivors of sexual assault with her nonprofit organization, I Am. Heiner, who currently serves as the Weber State University Student Association’s senate secretary, said she is well aware of the struggles many survivors face long after the attack ends. Heiner came forward in December 2012 with allegations […]

At least five Ogden City officials, including police and firefighters, investigated the Shepherd Union Building’s Grill 155° on Wednesday afternoon. According to one Sodexo employee working the shift, a gas leak in the Sodexo food counter had been reported after about three employees were sent home feeling “dizzy (and) not being able to stand up.” The […]

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WSUSA reaching small number of students

On the heels of student body president David Wilson’s State of the Association Address, students are sharing their opinions on the effectiveness of the Weber State University Student Association. WSUSA encompasses all students enrolled at WSU, and facilitates approximately 120 student leadership positions, including all student senators, vice presidents and committee heads. WSUSA, which houses […]

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Wilson addresses students on State of the Association

For the first time in four years, Weber State University had a State of the Association Address during the weekly student senate meeting Monday. Student body president David Wilson gave the speech, which was meant to be similar to the United States’ Presidential State of the Union Address. Wilson highlighted the accomplishments and events of […]

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Seminar discusses financial responsibility

Students gathered in Weber State University’s Center for Diversity and Unity to hear about fiscal responsibility on Tuesday. Speakers from the Student Wellness Center and Weber State Credit Union explained to students the basics of debt and how to save money during college. Kaitlyn Ott, student director of peer education for the Student Wellness Center, […]

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The three-strike policy at Weber State may appear silly, absolutely. The policy is an overbearing measure meant to help students push their way through required developmental math and English courses. Students are required to complete (or, at the very least, enroll) in the first available developmental math course within three semesters before they’re bullied into […]

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