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Studio 76 creates Wildcat1 channel

Studio 76 creates Wildcat1 channel

Weber State University’s Studio 76 has created a new channel for WSU students called Wildcat1. The channel provides movies, contests and student-produced content to entertain and update students about things happening on and off campus.  Drew Tyler, WSU digital media professor, said Wildcat1 has been a dream of WSU’s for a couple of years now, and […]

WSU alumnus competes in reality TV show

Weber State University alumnus Russ Adams anxiously awaited the first episode of the Syfy Channel’s reality TV show “Jim Henson’s Creature Shop Challenge” during his premiere party at Kaffe Mercantile on Tuesday night. Adams was one of 10 competitors who appeared on the show. Each week, they were put in pairs and asked to design […]

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‘Cosmos’ reignites religious debate

“The Cosmos is all that is, or ever was, or ever will be,” said renowned scientist Carl Sagan when introducing the critically acclaimed 13-part television series “Cosmos: A Personal Voyage,” which debuted more than 30 years ago on PBS. “Cosmos” takes viewers on an immersive journey to the edge of scientific knowledge and back. The show, […]

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I’ve been told by more than one adult in my life that I am the queen of procrastination. For some reason unbeknownst to me, I cannot for the life of me get anything done with any sort of skill unless I have a deadline staring me in the face. One of my favorite tools of […]

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There’s this weird belief going around that cartoons are for kids. It’s not a new misconception. Certainly not one that’s going to go away any time soon, either. But it is, well, more than a little bit wrong. Just because something is animated does not mean it’s “just for kids.” Just because it’s on a […]

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‘Breaking Bad’ actor encourages students to achieve their dreams

Giancarlo Esposito, best known for his role as the villainous Gus Fring in AMC’s “Breaking Bad,” put aside his written speech on Tuesday to discuss his life lessons and the “key to life” with Weber State University students. Esposito spoke to more than 600 students in the Shepherd Union Ballrooms about appreciating life and pursuing […]

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