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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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Davis campus hosts HopeKids dance party

  The Davis Service Programming Board of the Weber State University Student Association is putting on an event aimed at local children with life-threatening medical conditions and their families. On Thursday, 4:30-6:30 p.m., the Davis campus’ D3 Ballroom will be transformed with games, crafts and music. HopeKids, the community partner for the event, is a […]

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Ogden chocolatier works to sweeten Valentine’s Day

  Some valentines may believe that no gift is more adored yet unimaginative than a box of chocolates. Ogden’s own chocolatier, Ruth Kendrick, founder of Chocolot Artisan Chocolates, is out to change that mindset. With flavors ranging from passion fruit to lavender espresso, Kendrick said she prides herself on making unique chocolates. “I don’t make […]

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Adam vs. atom: Nye, Ham debate science and creationism

By David Prete Armed with his television personality and famous bow tie, award-winning science educator Bill Nye, better known as the Science Guy, faced off on Tuesday against young-Earth creationist and Christian author Ken Ham in a debate that has both the scientific and religious communities abuzz. The two-and-a-half-hour event, which was held at Kentucky’s […]

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Utah is one of four states to set the legal smoking age to 19 years old. But the District of Columbia, Alabama, Alaska, New Jersey and Utah are now home to the strictest policy regarding legal smoking age. In October 2013, New York City passed a bill raising the legal smoking age to 21 instead […]

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