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Performers raise money for Mozwoc

Dancers and musicians spanning several genres performed at the Unity Gala on Saturday night in the Shepherd Union Ballrooms. Unity: An Evening of Music, Dance and Art was the latest effort to raise money for a women’s center in Mozambique, a class project known as Mozwoc. Kylie Peterson, a child and family studies major at […]

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Company brings 3-D printing to Ogden consumers

Three-dimensional printing is the process of creating a 3-D object by printing a variety of materials layer by layer. These materials — which can be plastics, full-color sandstone, rubber-like material, metal or even human tissue — and bioprinted blood vessels are read from a computer file and brought physically into reality through a 3-D printer. […]

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WSU strives to make campus less trashy

Weber State University is experiencing issues with garbage not being discarded properly on campus. It is not uncommon to see empty cups, candy wrappers and lecture notes clinging to bushes outside the buildings. A waste audit by WSU Facilities Management shows that 70 percent of the trash generated on campus could be recycled, but students […]

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Roller Dolls lead Ogden’s derby scene

The Junction City Roller Dolls of Ogden have been a leading force in Utah’s derby scene since they were founded in 2008. The Roller Dolls are women who strive to play strong roles both on and off the track. “I think a lot of people still have a picture in their head of old-school 1970s […]

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Beehive Cheese business gives lecture at WSU

Pat Ford, co-founder of the Beehive Cheese Co., came to Weber State University on Thursday to talk to business students about the successes and failures of his business ventures in the Goddard School of Business & Economics. Ford and his brother-in-law Tim Welsh founded Beehive Cheese in 2005. Ford said that when they started, they had no […]

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Panel discusses privacy issues in a digital world

In an effort to encourage students and faculty to be more careful with their information, the Weber State University Information Technology Division hosted the Privacy Day panel discussion on Wednesday. Panel members included Julie Park from the Data Privacy Office for the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints; Bret Ellis, vice president of WSU IT; […]

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