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WSU’s late drama can’t top Grizzlies

WSU’s late drama can’t top Grizzlies

After leading for much of the game, Weber State University fell short against the University of Montana on Saturday at Stewart Stadium, falling 24-21. Following a UM field goal which gave the team a 10-point lead, Cordero Dixon returned a 100-yard kickoff for a touchdown, blazing down the left side of the field with three […]

After a bye week, the Weber State University football team will be back in action this weekend as it hosts the University of Montana Grizzlies on Saturday. The last time the Wildcats played was two weeks ago, when they secured their first win of the season against Southern Utah University. Head Coach Jody Sears said […]

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Volleyball heads on the road

After losing two games at home, the Weber State University volleyball team will head on the road in search of its first conference win of the season. WSU started the season off winning six matches, but has struggled in conference play. WSU headed east for a two-game road trip in Montana. The Wildcats will take […]

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Over the course of a three-day road trip to Montana, I earned a new nickname, met some new friends and got to do some in-depth coverage of a conference tournament. On Monday afternoon, a van full of students from Weber State University news organizations set out to Missoula, Mont., to cover the Big Sky Conference […]

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[media-credit id=13 align="aligncenter" width="600"][/media-credit]For the second time in a week, the Weber State University men’s basketball team lost to the University of Montana, this time in the Big Sky Conference title game. WSU fell to the Grizzlies 85-66. Damian Lillard said he was disappointed with the loss and was hoping to get revenge against UM. […]

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New class combines art and travel

Weber State University is offering a new study program this summer at Lakeview, Mont., from July 27 to Aug. 2. Students will have the opportunity to practice creative non-fiction writing, sketching and painting in the wilderness of the Centennial Valley. This is the first year that the Environmental Humanities Education Center has invited educational groups […]

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