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Every two years, the Mary Elizabeth Dee Shaw Gallery hosts the Biennial Faculty Exhibit in conjunction with Weber State University’s department of visual arts. The event is an opportunity for WSU faculty to display artwork and installations for the students, faculty and public. This year, the exhibit will open on Sept. 7, with a gala […]

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This topic is coming up a bit late, but it’s something I thought was interesting. Having three jobs and running my section every three weeks in the summer can be a bit limiting. Brave came to theaters on June 22. Seemingly it is just another animated Disney-storyline film with a princess and a witch and […]

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The women who inspire Weber

[media-credit name="Aimee Smith" align="alignright" width="200"][/media-credit]Many women throughout history have inspired, fought for and blazed trails for others. These women have been writers, professionals, artists, advocates, mothers and voices for those who couldn’t be heard. March is Women’s History Month, and the Weber State University women’s studies department members have answered the question: what woman inspires […]

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They met on campus

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They met on campus

[media-credit id=7 align="alignright" width="300"][/media-credit]Every day, taking a walk through the Weber State University campus could be an opportunity to meet a new person. Here are a few stories of Wildcats who found romance on campus. Brittany Long and Trevor Moore: Teaching major Trevor Moore and business and multimedia major Brittany Long met in a WSU […]

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MLK column

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Last October, I had the opportunity to visit Washington D.C. and Maryland with several other journalism and broadcasting majors from Weber State University. We had one day to see the sites before we were due at a journalism conference. We went through the White House, saw the archives and visited several museums. Washington D.C. is […]

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Weber Reads!

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For the past five years, Weber State University has collaborated with the Weber County Library, Weber County Commission and Standard Examiner to bring the Ogden community the Weber Reads! program. Committee members in charge of the program team-up each year to decide what books will be read and what topics discussed. 2012’s theme is “The […]

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