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Golden Key inducts Pres. Wight, 56 new members

Golden Key inducts Pres. Wight, 56 new members

The Golden Key International Honour Society inducted 56 new members Tuesday evening in the Shepherd Union Ballrooms, including five honorary faculty members from Weber State University, one of which was WSU President Charles Wight. Militia Earl, public relations officer for Golden Key, said the society chose Wight because of his dedication to the university, his […]

Students represent WSU at FBLA-PBL state competition

Seventeen Weber State University students participated in the Future Business Leaders of America–Phi Beta Lambda State Leadership Competition on March 7-8 at the Davis Conference Center. Students competed in a variety of events against other colleges and universities in the state for a chance to represent Utah at the National Leadership Competition. First- and second-place […]

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Signpost staff brings home awards

Saturday night in St. George, Utah, representatives from Utah newspapers gathered for an awards ceremony recognizing excellence in journalism from across the state. Known for being an award-winning student news organization, The Signpost was recognized in four separate categories at The Better Newspaper Contest presented by the Utah Press Association. The Signpost competed in Group 2, […]

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WSU lead engineer and mentor dies at 58

  Avid pilot, engineer and mentor Ronald Allen Carter, 58, died Sunday evening while practicing the sport he loved, paragliding. Carter, who was a project manager and lead engineer with the Utah Center for Applied Innovation and Design at Weber State University, was involved in extreme sports when he wasn’t helping students. Carter loved sailing, […]

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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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Bills aim to help veterans in education

Two bills aimed at helping active military service members and veterans get into and complete their college educations, House Bill 45 and Senate Bill 16, are moving through the Utah State Legislature. The Utah State Legislature passed a law two years ago clarifying the documentation that service members needed to provide to qualify for in-state […]

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