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Weber State University is inviting everyone to join in on Jan. 7 for a celebration from sunup to sundown. On Tuesday, WSU will celebrate its 125th birthday. “Tuesday is going to be a huge party and celebration,” said WSU President Charles Wight. Wight asked that students, faculty and staff, and Ogden City residents celebrate this […]

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‘Cat Bash draws funds for athletic scholarships

The Weber State University Wildcat Club brought more than 500 people together Friday night for its annual ‘Cat Bash at the Ogden Eccles Conference Center to support athletic scholarships. With approximately 300 student athletes at WSU benefiting and receiving some form of scholarship from the ‘Cat Bash, many at the event said there is no […]

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Ogden City and WSU sign College Town Charter

The city of Ogden and Weber State University have sealed the deal and made Ogden a college town. The Ogden City Council met yesterday and signed into effect the College Town Charter. Representatives from WSU included WSU President Charles Wight, vice president of student affairs Jan Winniford, and WSU student body president David Wilson. Both […]

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Greek Food Festival serves thousands of Utahns

Not even the rain could keep Ogden ‘foodies’ from attending the Ogden Greek Food Festival. The two-day event kicked off Friday at 10 a.m. and continued throughout Saturday. More than 10,000 people from across Utah made their way to the Transfiguration Greek Orthodox Church on 42nd Street in Ogden. “We came up from Layton. It’s […]

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XTERRA brings athletes from around the world to Ogden

XTERRA kicked off Saturday morning with the USA National Championship Triathlon in the Ogden Valley. Amateur and professional athletes competed for their share of the $80,000 purse prize and a chance to compete in the XTERRA World Championship in Hawaii. The race began at Pineview Reservoir’s Port Ramp, where athletes completed the 1,500-meter swim. “It’s […]

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Wildcats show off at Harvest Moon festival

The 12th annual Harvest Moon Festival kicked off with a performance by Waldo the Wildcat and the Weber State University Spirit Squad. “It means so much to me to come out here and to be supporting my school that I love so much; I’ve been here so long,” said Paul Thorpe, a WSU senior and […]

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