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WSU’s health promotion program hosts Health Fair

Walking fruits and vegetables, free candy, games and a lot of free advice filled the atrium in the Shepherd Union Building on March 4 for the first Weber State University Health Fair. Students from the WSU Department of Health Promotion and Human Performance organized the fair. “As the instructor of the class, I am making them […]

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Outdoor Program offers equipment, ideas for Spring Break

This coming week is Spring Break, and the Weber State University Outdoor Program is ready to rent out equipment and offer suggestions as to where the hot spots are this March in Utah and the surrounding areas. “If you are looking to ski, there are a lot of great things out here,” said Outdoor Program […]

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Faculty members petition renovation of library

Plans to renovate the Stewart Library have been put on hold due to a petition signed by 127 faculty members, which outlines five major concerns. Spearheaded by Susan Matt, chair of the Weber State University History Department, the petition read, “At the very least maintain the current number of books in the Library’s collections, and […]

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Committee issues budget recommendations

The Weber State University Student Fee Recommendation Committee has come to a consensus on recommendations for student fee allocations. The student senate will vote on and clear these amounts tomorrow, so they are unofficial. With a surplus of $26,404 in base funding, the committee decided Friday afternoon during its final meeting of the year to […]

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The library renovation has been a hot topic on campus the last couple of weeks. For those who haven’t heard, it’s been proposed that the library be renovated to include a number of additions. These additions include condensed shelving, more group study areas, a testing center and potentially a cafe. The testing center proposal is […]

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WSU offers veterans services to get started in school

During the 2013-14 year, 375 veterans and a larger population of active military are currently enrolled at Weber State University. Their college experience can be a bit different from a student fresh out of high school. “A lot of people who have been in the military have chosen that instead of going to college right […]

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