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Nontrad Facebook group offers support for students

Facebook originally started as a service for college students, but in 2006, it was opened to anybody with a valid e-mail address. The Nontraditional Student Center at Weber State University has found a way to take Facebook back to its roots and utilize this social media site for students. The Weber State Nontrad Students group […]

Over the last decade, I’ve performed with several different local bands. Drumming in front of a crowd is my favorite thing to do, and I’m always thankful for the opportunity. I’ve played for crowds of three and crowds of several hundred, and each show has been worthwhile. Some days you don’t get paid at all, […]

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Many nontraditional students might not have extra funds to buy holiday gifts, so the Nontraditional Student Center is hosting an activity focused on creating inexpensive gifts. The Super Saturday Craft Day will be Nov. 10 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. in Ballroom C of the Shepherd Union Building. “We were hoping to involve nontrads […]

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The Lucky Slice, a local pizzeria located on Historic 25th Street in Ogden, currently has two skateboard decks hanging on each side of the interior doorway. The decks are painted by local artists. In November, the restaurant walls will be covered with more than 20 skateboard decks, all painted by local artists. However, the artists […]

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Starting Tuesday, Oct. 9, the Counseling and Psychological Services Center at Weber State University is hosting a therapy group for men who are survivors of sexual trauma. The group will meet weekly in the group room of the CPSC from 3-4:30 p.m. Dianna Abel, the director of the CPSC, said research shows that 1 in […]

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Imagine a mother of three who has returned to Weber State University to finish her degree. She has car payments, a mortgage and even a teenager. What if one of her children suddenly gets sick at school and she has to leave before her next class to take care of them? No big deal, right? […]

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