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State approves funding for Tracy Hall Science Center

The Utah State Legislature approved funding of $57.4 million for the Tracy Hall Science Center, the new science building at Weber State University. Construction on the approximate 175,000-square-foot project is expected to begin in June. “Legislative funding for the Tracy Hall Science Center is secure, and Gov. Gary Herbert now has 20 days to sign the […]

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Before all of you get up all riled up that I’m going all “Revenge of the Nerds” on our athletic program, I would like to point out that I am a very big supporter of sports teams. I am at every Real Salt Lake home game or at home on my couch screaming at the […]

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English professor receives Nye Honor at WSU

This year’s recipient of the Nye Honor award is Christy Call, a professor in the Weber State University Honors English Department. The Nye Honor first went to a professor in 2006. The first recipients of the award were Craig Oberg, Gene Sessions and Sam Zeveloff. The award is presented annually to an Honors Program professor. […]

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Wildcats present research on Capitol Hill

Weber State University Wildcats descended upon the capitol building Monday afternoon to present undergraduate research projects for the sixth year in a row. The WSU Day at the Capitol is a day set aside specifically for WSU students and alumni to speak to legislature and showcase their research. Other universities in the state have similar […]

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Warning: This is the column of a severely jaded, chronically pessimistic senior who is feeling particularly grieved. If you are feeling optimistic about your academic life, you may want to seriously consider whether you should read any more. Symptoms may include questioning authority, rebellion, subtle anarchy, stickittothemaneiosis and Machiavellianism. If you have questions about these […]

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Like many other universities, Weber State University is following the trend of offering online classes for its students. Some students thrive with the online model, while others don’t do as well. “Any way you can get in contact with your instructor, either by email to introduce yourself and ask questions or if you’re on campus […]

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