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On Air discusses pros and cons of wind energy

Renewable energy production is in high demand and gaining momentum across the globe. Weber State University hosted On Air: Alternative Energy, a lecture by Kirk Hagan, WSU department chair of engineering, on Wednesday in the Wildcat Theater to spread information about wind energy in particular. Six different types of renewable energy sources are available for […]

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In a world where love and affection are expressed through “<3″ and random text messages throughout the day, it’s no wonder that dating has become an easy way to speed your way through the piles of men and women just yearning for your attention and love. Short paragraphs and questionnaires tell us whether or not […]

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What was your first tweet? #HappyBirthdayTwitter If you use Twitter at all, as many of you should (more on that in a bit), you’ll likely be seeing tweets similar to the one above parading across your Twitter feed for the next few days. To celebrate its eighth birthday, Twitter has provided a tool to quickly […]

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Entrepreneur encourages service in lecture

Dumke Legacy Hall filled with students, business owners and professors tonight to hear an ethics lecture by Robert Workman, founder of nonprofit organization TIFIE and businesses Goal Zero and Bare Bones. Jeff Steagall, dean of the John B. Goddard School of Business & Economics, said the annual lecture was by far the best-attended of any in […]

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Recently, a Facebook page labeled Finding Brady has sprung up. If Weber State University students spot Brady Harris, president of the WSU Student Senate, they can take a picture of him and post it to the Facebook page saying they found Harris. “Honestly, it makes me laugh a lot,” Harris said. “One day people started […]

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One of the perks of having a smartphone is the instant access to a plethora of knowledge. Smartphones have made vacations and travel a little easier on people who are road-/sky-bound during Spring Break. For those of you lucky students, faculty or staff members who are trotting around the globe during your break, sometimes we […]

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