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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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When deciding which university to attend, many students consider campus perks. These might include dorm quality, what the food on campus is like and the social atmosphere. A quality many nontraditional students might consider is how they might be able to spend time with their children. Purple Pals is a club for children of Weber […]

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When Annika Karlsen says she is trying to calm down and not join any other clubs or organizations because she wants to stay committed to what she’s already doing, she’s not referring to one or two extracurricular activities. Karlsen, the captain of the women’s tennis team at Weber State University, is currently a senior enrolled […]

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By Thaina Olson Trevor Annis, assistant director of the Volunteer Involvement Program at Weber State University, said he has had many little moments while serving that have helped him realize there is a need for volunteers in the community. “I’ve always made service a part of my life,” Annis said in a phone interview. He […]

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Religious group invites students to ask questions

Many students use their college years to figure out who they are and who they want to be. This can encompass careers, work ethics and even spirituality. InterVarsity is a national Christian fellowship on college campuses. It is not a church organization, but an interdenominational auxiliary group open to any interested. InterVarsity is part of Weber […]

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[media-credit id=36 align="alignright" width="300"][/media-credit]As much as some upperclassmen might enjoy making fun of incoming freshmen, many of them remember trying to figure out how to survive in the university world. Students from differing programs and stages of their education shared their advice for new students at Weber State University. Jasmine Ioane, a sociology major, said […]

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