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Building construction affects campus parking

Building construction affects campus parking

Months into the Tracy Hall Science Center building project, Weber State University is exploring possible solutions to accommodate parking while construction zones spread across primary parking lots. The current construction project includes the demolition of Buildings 3 and 4 to build a new state-of-the-art science building that will take about 23 months to complete. Mark […]

WSU student leader works on community garden

Weber State University provides a food pantry for students in need. The pantry is full of canned and dried foods to help meet students’ needs. The pantry has been a success on campus, but it doesn’t provide students with fresh food. Currently, WSU is working on creating a garden that will provide fresh fruits and […]

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Weber State to add new parking lot

Weber State University will address traffic congestion and lack of student parking on the northwest end of Edvalson Drive with a new 85-stall parking lot, set to be complete by fall 2014. “The university’s No. 1 inquiry is to increase student parking,” said Mark Halverson, director of campus planning and construction. Despite the growth of […]

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Jane Breen Holmes Scholarship benefits single parents

Many Weber State University students continue to pay it forward after graduation by giving back to WSU. Jane Breen Holmes made sure she helped those who came after her by creating a scholarship geared toward single mothers wanting to go back to school. The scholarship started in 2005 and continued after Holmes’s death in 2011. […]

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The end of the semester is rapidly approaching. Students and faculty are bracing for the onslaught of finals, papers,  assignments and anxiety that comes with the close of every semester. Mounting deadlines and anticipation often push students to their limits, leaving them to various strategies for maintaining grades and sanity, which at times seem like […]

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For some, the end of the semester is a time of late nights, frenzied studying and cramming four months’ worth of work into a single night of caffeine and sugar. Finals week, and the weeks leading up to it, are often filled with deadlines, obligations and stress. “The more stressed a person is, the worse […]

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