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WSU gay couple gets married at Grammys

Married by Queen Latifah, with a musical number by Madonna, witnessed by a packed Staples Center and the rest of the country through live television, Sean Bishop, a Weber State University musical theater alumnus, and Taylor Knuth, a WSU musical theater senior, exchanged wedding vows on stage at the Grammy Awards ceremony among 31 other […]

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Adam vs. atom: Nye, Ham debate science and creationism

By David Prete Armed with his television personality and famous bow tie, award-winning science educator Bill Nye, better known as the Science Guy, faced off on Tuesday against young-Earth creationist and Christian author Ken Ham in a debate that has both the scientific and religious communities abuzz. The two-and-a-half-hour event, which was held at Kentucky’s […]

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Wyvern provides social space for anime fans

Every Thursday evening, a diverse handful of students gather in Room 404 of the Shepherd Union Building, pop in a movie and hang out, discussing anime, gaming and other “geeky” interests. These weekly meetings of Wyvern, Weber State University’s anime and gaming club, has been going on for more a decade, but recently, the club’s […]

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If there’s one thing that’s sure to set a room of people into a heated conversation, it’s gay marriage. Yeah, we’ve talked about it before already this month, but it’s a hot topic, and it got even hotter during the 2014 Grammys awards show. For those who don’t keep track of entertainment news, part of […]

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As I scroll through my Tumblr dashboard, it’s riddled with pictures and gifs about fandoms, movies, television shows and all kind of other cultural media-ness. While all of this is a conglomeration of my personal interests, I can’t help but notice the overwhelming amount of British influence. From their men to their movies and even […]

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Every few semesters, Weber State University offers students classes to analyze TV shows and novels. These classes are offered mainly to English major, but attract other undergraduate students as well. “I every now and then will teach a class on television,” said Scott Rogers, who teaches a class on zombies. ”A couple of years ago, I […]

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