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Diversity Center to host night of LGBTQ celebration

Weber State University’s Center of Diversity and Unity, along with the Associated Actors and Technicians of WSU, will host The Side of Love: A Cabaret of Celebration on Saturday. The event will take place in the Dumke Legacy Hall, located inside the Hurst Center for Lifelong Learning on WSU’s Ogden campus. The cabaret is intended […]

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I really admire female vocalists. Especially ones who don’t belt it out and have power in that way, but instead, songstresses who slowly and quietly build their voices into something truly incredible. Sally Seltmann is this type of songstress. Her 2014 release, “Hey Daydreamer,” brings this Aussie contemporary pop star closer to home. Except for […]

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O-Town Throwdown provides aid for Ogden homeless

The first-ever O-Town Throwdown began Friday at 4 p.m. and lasted until 4 p.m. on Saturday, all to aid The Empty Bowls Project and, in turn, provide aid to homeless Ogdenites. “The O-Town Throwdown is a community event where we have invited the community to come here and create pottery, ceramic bowls that will be […]

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Kickstarter offers new ways to fund ideas

In a new wave of ideas, businesses and projects are being funded through websites like Kickstarter.com. Kickstarter allows the public to view projects and businesses that need help with funding in order to get them off the ground through pledges to donate. Since Kickstarter.com launched in 2009, over $1 billion has been pledged by more […]

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An 8-bit Conversation: ‘Elder Scrolls Online’ provides welcome break

As another long and grueling semester winds to an end, many students at Weber State University look dreamily toward the sun-filled days of summer and a much-needed escape from academia. For some, the salty breeze and swaying palms of more tropical climes await. For others, the laughter and memories of more local hotspots beckon. And […]

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Being put in a trance by steady dreamlike instrumentals is only the beginning of War on Drugs’ suitably titled album, “Lost in the Dream.” I’m a fan of their last album, “Slave Ambient,” and it’s always nice to see an artist define what is new in their music. Coming from Philadelphia, War on Drugs brings […]

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