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As Weber State University students return to school from the summer break, each class gives requirements and assignments. Many classes at WSU require a minimum number of service hours in the community as part of a student’s final grade. The Community Involvement Center gives opportunities for students involved at WSU to volunteer their time and […]

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Students visit border for Spring Break

[media-credit name="Heather Gray" align="alignright" width="300"][/media-credit]Instead of partying, working, or doing homework during spring break this year, eighteen Weber State University students traveled to San Diego as part of a service-learning mission for the Community Involvement Center. The service mission was called Alternative Spring Break. The trip is taken annually and provides students with the opportunity […]

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Weber State University is celebrating the 30th anniversary of the Crystal Crest Awards. The awards were created to honor members of the WSU community who have been nominated by students, faculty, administration and staff. Awards are given to individuals and organizations that have set themselves apart and showed exceptional traits in one of nine categories. […]

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Remodeling for a family

Weber State University’s Community Involvement Center teamed up with Habitat for Humanity Saturday to remodel a house for a local Clearfield family from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. This CIC volunteer event is part of the Martin Luther King Jr. week of service. “The house has gone through such a huge transformation,” said Lois Golde, […]

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To honor the legacy of Martin Luther King Jr., Weber State University and the Ogden chapter of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored Persons teamed up and hosted a Munch and March on Monday at the Marshall White Community Center in Ogden. [media-credit id=13 align="alignright" width="300"][/media-credit] Weber State University march through Ogden carrying […]

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Christmas Tree Decorations

[media-credit name="Aimee Smith" align="alignright" width="200"][/media-credit] Recently, the Shepherd Union Building was given a dash of holiday spirit when its mezzanine bridge on the third floor was decorated with Christmas trees. These trees don’t serve as mere decoration, however. Thirty four-foot trees were purchased by the Weber State University Community Involvement Center for decoration. WSU clubs, […]

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