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Student senator shows concern with building demolition

Student senator shows concern with building demolition

Construction crews are waiting for the end of spring semester to start on the demolition of Buildings 3 and 4, which will be replaced by the Tracy A. Hall Science Center, set to open in the fall of 2016. The demolition of Buildings 3 and 4, which have housed many of the math and engineering […]

WSU student Ian Crookston accepted to Harvard

Ian Crookston, a senior at Weber State University, will attend Harvard University after he graduates this spring. He will participate in Harvard’s Master of Arts program in regional studies of Russia, Eastern Europe and Central Asia. “Ian is a remarkable student who has been accepted to one of the nation’s most prestigious graduate programs,” said Brandon Little, […]

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Students present at Undergraduate Research Symposium

Students shared their original research at Weber State University’s 10th Annual Undergraduate Research Symposium and Celebration on Monday. The symposium included both oral and poster student presentations in a variety of academic areas, as well as a lunch for students and their mentors to celebrate their accomplishments. Undergraduate research is a collaboration between students and […]

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WSU student presents research on air pollution

As spring weather comes around, Weber State University students and faculty are working up ways to reduce air pollution. On Wednesday, WSU physics major Anna Hodshire presented their findings at a physics seminar in the Lind Lecture Hall. Her presentation, entitled “Our Air is Killing Us,” covered and highlighted the research she has performed alongside […]

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WSU to host 10th annual Undergraduate Research Symposium

On March 31, Weber State University will host its 10th annual Undergraduate Research Symposium from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. in the Shepherd Union Building. The symposium will feature 92 student presentations, including both oral and poster presentations, and will highlight representatives from each of WSU’s colleges. “We wanted an avenue for students to disseminate […]

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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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