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Tuition, fees to go up at WSU

Tuition, fees to go up at WSU

Effective summer 2014, tuition and fees will go up at Weber State University. With an anticipated 4 percent tuition increase and a 3.2 percent increase in student fees, a full-time resident undergraduate student will pay $94 more per semester. “All students in regular courses will be affected by the FY15 tuition increases,” said Norm Tarbox, vice […]

SFRC hears department funding requests for new fiscal year

The 2013-14 fiscal year brought many changes to Weber State University. Changes to improve WSU included everything from inaugurating the new president, Charles Wight, to drastically altering the skyline with construction additions to the Stromberg Complex and the Weber County Sports Complex. Funding through student fees accomplished most of these projects and improvements. Every fiscal […]

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Senators, professors respond to State of the Union

“Wherever and whenever I can take steps without legislation to expand opportunity for more American families,” President Barack Obama said in his 2014 State of the Union Address, “that’s what I’m going to do.” Briefly following Obama’s address, Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah) issued a statement criticizing what the president said. “The fact is the president could take […]

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ADP hosts screening of State of the Union Address

President Barack Obama said in his State of the Union Address that the United States is currently experiencing the lowest unemployment rates in more than five years. In addition, for the first time in more than a decade, the president claimed that business leaders worldwide say the United States is the No. 1 place to invest. The […]

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High school students compete in annual FBLA event

Weber State University hosted the Northern Region Competition for the Future Business Leaders of America on Jan. 23. More than 360 high school students competed in Elizabeth Hall. The competition is an annual event organized by WSU’s Phi Beta Lambda, the collegiate division of FBLA. Students who participate in the program practice skills required to […]

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Utah’s poor air quality prompts need for change

Ranked against other states, Utah tends to be low on the list for air quality, especially during the cold season. When Utah air pollution is high, it can affect the health of citizens along the Wasatch Front. According to the Utah DEQ website, particulate matter for Utah is currently 2.5, which has held steadily for the […]

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