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French Club puts on multicultural holiday social

For the second year, the Weber State University French Club gathered for a holiday party that highlighted the traditions and religions of French-speaking regions all around the world. The French Club held its event on Friday night in the Shepherd Union Building, Room 404. There are 55 countries that speak French either as a first […]

The NASPA Student Affairs Administration in Higher Education recently named Weber State University a model school and lead institution for civic learning and democratic engagement. WSU was one of only 50 lead institutions picked as part of an initiative from the United States Department of Education that started in January of 2012. “From that initiative, large organizations like […]

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WSU studies artifacts from archaeological dig

Weber State University houses new artifacts from an archaeological dig in which WSU anthropology students participated. These artifacts are helping the anthropology department discover new information about prehistoric Native American cultures. The team, led by WSU anthropology professor Brooke Arkush, dug a large L-shaped trench at the site and went level by level into the […]

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For the last couple of years, there has been a movement at Weber State University to put a permanent large ‘W’ on the side of the mountain above campus. This has resulted in a debate that has occurred primarily in the student senate, where the idea has been tossed around and some potential solutions discussed. […]

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On Halloween night, the Weber State University Student Association screened “The Ring” to entertain students and raise funds for participating clubs. The movie played from 8-11. p.m. for WSUSA Programming’s Night of Fright Drive-in. Brady Harris, the legislative vice president for WSUSA, was at the event to help the organizers set up and make sure […]

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Governor Gary Herbert and Weber State University are working to develop strategies to raise the graduation rate by 2020. Currently, around 40 percent of WSU students graduate after six years of attending classes, while around 10 percent graduate within four years. Herbert’s plan, announced on Oct. 15, is designed to help reach a goal of […]

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