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Top five new uses for ordinary items

Top five new uses for ordinary items

As college students we are often on a tight budget. If you are looking for ways to pinch pennies you have come to the right place, because there are things all of us have lying around that can be used for something completely new. Turn it up! If you are with a group of friends, listening […]

How to beat the heat this summer

If you are anything like me, the smoldering heat this summer has made going outside close to unbearable. With temperatures rising into the nineties for the past month, I am sure students are beginning to wonder, “When will this heat let up?” According to a temperature forecast, August is planned to bring us temperatures in […]

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Five gluten free student-friendly snacks

Gluten Intolerance and Celiac Disease are becoming more prominent in our society. About half-way through my freshman year of college, I found out I had a minor gluten intolerance. As I started my life of gluten-free eating, I found that it was far from cheap. Being a hungry student on-the-go, I wanted snacks that would […]

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WSU hosts annual Dash For Donation

The Intermountain Donor Service’s annual Dash For Donation is coming up on August 2. Dash for Donation is a 5K run or a 2K walk where organ and tissue donor families and recipient families can come together and celebrate. Weber State University’s Senior Development Director, Lisa Largent Wright has a close connection to the Intermountain Donor […]

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Summer staycation ideas

Hot summer days and long summer nights have arrived, so the question is, what kind of adventure is calling your name? Many students dream of going on a lavish vacation, but most of us can’t afford it. In light of being a poor college student myself, I thought of some enjoyable and inexpensive staycations students […]

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Together or apart, best friends at heart

When I was in kindergarten, I lined up with all my other classmates. I covered up each of my eyes as I read unrelated letters on a piece of paper taped to the wall. Apparently I did something wrong because before I even knew what was going on, my mom was scheduling an eye doctor […]

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