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Thainy Tidbits: Social media, the downfall of personal privacy

Have you ever tried to Google your name? I just did. Without even clicking on a search result, I can see my full name, my hometown, the town I currently live in and that I attend Weber State University. Yikes. I have a Facebook, Twitter, Instagram, Pinterest, FourSquare and Vine account. I also have countless […]

They say you don’t know what you have until it’s gone. When it comes to services available to students here at Weber State University, it may be more accurate to say that most students don’t know what they have even after it’s gone. The unfortunate fact is that a large part of the student body […]

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Sodexo expands on-campus dining options

Sodexo, Weber State University’s dining services, introduced new dining locations this year. The dining area in the Shepherd Union Building now features two new restaurants — Lotza Luck and SubConnection — and the WSU Davis campus is now home to Quick Zone 3D and Sandella’s. “We really tried to focus on healthy options appealing to a variety […]

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The Junior League of Ogden will host its second annual cook-off event, Get Fresh with the Junior League, at the Oasis Community Garden this Saturday to motivate community members to bring their food from the farm to the table. The event will act as a preview to the Oasis Learning Pavilion that is currently under […]

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The semester has begun, and if you’re anything like me, you’re already drowning in assignments, due dates and deadlines. This time of year can be pretty stressful. Those of us who did summer semester are probably burned out; those of you who didn’t are probably shell-shocked at being back. But we’re here, and we have […]

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On Aug. 15, the Employee Wellness program brought in a new wellness coordinator, Raeanna Johnson. Johnson said she hopes to continue programs already in place and reach out to the faculty and staff to better know what programs they would like to see. “I want the faculty and staff to know that I’m here and […]

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