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O-Town Throwdown provides aid for Ogden homeless

The first-ever O-Town Throwdown began Friday at 4 p.m. and lasted until 4 p.m. on Saturday, all to aid The Empty Bowls Project and, in turn, provide aid to homeless Ogdenites. “The O-Town Throwdown is a community event where we have invited the community to come here and create pottery, ceramic bowls that will be […]

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WSU Davis campus holds color festival

On Friday evening, the only cloud in the sky at the Weber State University Davis campus was a large plume of pink, purple and green as Wildcats welcomed spring with their own color festival. At about 6 p.m., celebrators moved their party from inside the D3 Ballroom to outside on the grass, where bags of […]

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Panel discusses ‘Mormonism and the Environment’

Utah’s declining quality in air and water were hot topics in a discussion on Friday in the Wildcat Theater. The Ogden LDS Institute of Religion and the WSU Environmental Issues Committee sponsored Mormonism and the Environment, a panel discussion on environmental issues in the context of Latter-day Saint theology. George Handley, a professor of comparative […]

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Ogden Nature Center offers contest for the birds

Springtime at the Ogden Nature Center means 152 acres of wildlife, education and some of the world’s most unique handcrafted birdhouses. “If somebody has never visited here before and arrived for the first time, it is a wonderful surprise,” said Mary McKinley, executive director of the Ogden Nature Center. “It’s actually beautiful year round, but […]

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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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