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Favero wins student body president vote

Favero wins student body president vote

As announced Friday, Joe Favero is the newly elected student body president at WSU. “It is extremely humbling,” said Favero, minutes after being elected. “In all my weeks preparing for the election and campaigning, I had the opportunity to reach out to thousands of students. I went to 25 different classes to speak with students, […]

Panel discusses gender inequality in education, careers

When it comes down to boys versus girls, studies are finding that there might be favoritism for one gender over the other in the American education system. On Thursday afternoon, as part of the Stop the Hate panel series presented by the Center for Diversity and Unity, a panel and a group of students discussed […]

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Golden Key inducts Pres. Wight, 56 new members

The Golden Key International Honour Society inducted 56 new members Tuesday evening in the Shepherd Union Ballrooms, including five honorary faculty members from Weber State University, one of which was WSU President Charles Wight. Militia Earl, public relations officer for Golden Key, said the society chose Wight because of his dedication to the university, his […]

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City Cycle opens its doors as Ogden’s newest bike shop

Drew Johnson, lifetime cyclist and owner of City Cycles, cuts the ribbon on his new shop in Ogden Wednesday evening. With the assistance of Ogden Mayor Mike Caldwell, an avid cyclist himself, as well as other Ogden officials, Johnson welcomed the public into Ogden’s newest bicycle and accessory retailer. The bicycle shop, located at 2371 Kiesel […]

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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 from any in […]

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Deliberative Democracy Day focuses on athletics

Athletics was the topic for the sixth annual Deliberative Democracy Day at Weber State University, held this afternoon. Panelists answered questions ranging from budget distribution to the exploitation of college athletes. Prior to the panel discussion, students met in focus groups to discuss various issues in collegiate athletics, including Title IX, the Education Amendment of […]

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