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Weber State University’s Career Services will be hosting a Graduate School Fair Wednesday, where prospective graduate students have the opportunity to speak with representatives of graduate programs from more than 100 different schools. “They (students) get an opportunity to talk with a representative from the university that they’re interested in attending,” said Winn Stanger, director […]

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Weber State University’s Union Building has held many events and activities during  its 50 years. Some have come and gone, while others have become tradition. Soon after its construction in 1961, the Union Building began hosting the Miss Weber State College Pageant, where contestants were judged on their face and figure beauty, intelligence, grace and charm, […]

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Weber State University students can visit Greece right on campus this week as the 14th annual WSU Greek Festival kicks off. The festival is being sponsored by the Honors Program in conjunction with the department of performing arts. The 10-day festival will end with a performance of the Euripides play Iphigenia in Tauris. On Monday, […]

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An oath to serve

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For Constitution Week this year, Weber State University provided students, faculty and staff with a panel of student veterans from the United States Armed Services who gathered to tell their tales and motivations for defending the United States Constitution. “9/11 will always and forever, even after my military career has come to an end, be […]

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The benefits of breakfast on academic performance

[Bryan Butterfield] A study performed at Blinn College shows that students who ate breakfast received better grades on their exams. According to the study of 1,259 college students, more than 70 percent of the students who ate breakfast passed an exam with a C grade or better, compared to 50 percent of students who did […]

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Weber State University students are bleeding a new color this semester, and it’s green. The WSU Environmental Club has experienced a surge of new members, inspiring the club to take on new projects like a proposed Green Fund on campus. The proposal consists of adding a few dollars annually to student fees that would go […]

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