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Last panel of semester discusses sustainability at WSU

Last panel of semester discusses sustainability at WSU

Weber State University has been pulling efforts together to help promote cleaner air in the Ogden City area. The Environmental Issues Committee has organized projects and conducted discussion panels throughout the semester. Its panel discussion on Wednesday concluded the goals and projects finished this semester, also setting future goals and hopeful projects for next semester. […]

Project LEAD teaches student leaders about reaching their potential

Weber State University student leaders gathered at the Davis campus on Friday afternoon for the start of the WSU Student Association’s Project LEAD: Leaders of Tomorrow conference. The event was aimed at helping all WSU students become better leaders, and featured student panels, leadership exercises and presentations from keynote speaker Brad Barton. Students also participated […]

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Slammin’ students encourage poetry participation

Ben Barker stepped up to the microphone preparing to share a past experience. He started out soft and gentle, then, as his story went on, his voice became louder. His voice echoed off the walls and filled the air, thick with descriptive words. Finally, his story came to an end, and his voice became quiet […]

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Facebook originally started as a service for college students, but in 2006, it was opened to anybody with a valid e-mail address. The Nontraditional Student Center at Weber State University has found a way to take Facebook back to its roots and utilize this social media site for students. The Weber State Nontrad Students group […]

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The Lucky Slice, a local pizzeria located on Historic 25th Street in Ogden, currently has two skateboard decks hanging on each side of the interior doorway. The decks are painted by local artists. In November, the restaurant walls will be covered with more than 20 skateboard decks, all painted by local artists. However, the artists […]

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Many students older than 40 have friends and family to offer social support, but some of them may be looking for a peer group to relate to — not simply people their age, but people their age dealing with similar situations. Weber Wise is a group for WSU students ages 40 and older. The founders […]

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