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Favero wins student body president vote

Favero wins student body president vote

As announced Friday, Joe Favero is the newly elected student body president at WSU. “It is extremely humbling,” said Favero, minutes after being elected. “In all my weeks preparing for the election and campaigning, I had the opportunity to reach out to thousands of students. I went to 25 different classes to speak with students, […]

The Weber State University executive elections started on Monday. Joe Favero and Brady Harris are running for student body president, and both are vying to win students’ votes this week. “There are three sides to being student body president,” said Kyle Braithwaite, a former student body president at WSU. “First, as president, you act as […]

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This week marks the opening of the elections for the executive offices of the Weber State University Student Association. These positions are important to the WSU community in several ways. Knowledge is power (thank you, “Schoolhouse Rock”), and it’s important to know what is happening before appropriately figuring out how to carry on. The president […]

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Executive elections approach at WSU amidst rule changes

During Weber State University student representative elections last year, 50-60 candidates filed grievances against their opponents, which led to the delay of the election results. The WSU Student Association changed the rules for this year in hopes of reducing the number of grievances filed and to increase voter participation. One of the rule changes was […]

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Recently, a Facebook page labeled Finding Brady has sprung up. If Weber State University students spot Brady Harris, president of the WSU Student Senate, they can take a picture of him and post it to the Facebook page saying they found Harris. “Honestly, it makes me laugh a lot,” Harris said. “One day people started […]

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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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