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WSU holds Affordable Care Act Fair

Health insurance coverage has been a headache for many students who feel they cannot afford it. To help alleviate those worries, Weber State University hosted five different health insurance carriers in the Shepherd Union Atrium on Tuesday. Representatives of the carriers worked to increase awareness about the health insurance options available to students. Attendees had the […]

Attendance policies may feel unfair to some Weber State University students, but professors have the authority to determine whether they take roll or if missed classes will affect student grades. Professors use both general guidelines and their personal beliefs to create attendance policies and decide whether attendance will be an essential requirement for their courses. […]

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Colonel Mustard? The study? With the rope? Since 1949, children and adults have played the game of Clue. Centered on a murder mystery plot, clue after clue, the excitement builds as players try to be the first to solve the puzzle and win the game. This Saturday, Weber State University students will be able to […]

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New gallery on 25th gives ‘freaky’ art a home

Costume shops are popping up all over town, movie theaters have started playing horror flicks to get people in the mood for Halloween, and a new art gallery in Ogden will fit right in. The Pandemonium Art Gallery has opened up on Historic 25th Street and features artwork with more of a “creepy” and “freaky” […]

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Career Services reaches more students with Career Cafe

Career Services has started up Career Cafe once again on the Weber State University Ogden campus with the intent of reaching out to more students through social media and advertising efforts. J.T. Eborn, a current student and information specialist for Career Services, heads the Career Cafe. Eborn has helped develop a new strategy for Career […]

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For Weber State University graduate Scott Harris, elementary-school science meant making goo and musical instruments. Middle-school science objectives were to bake a cake to represent the earth’s layers. In high school, he dissected a frog. But in college, Harris said science lost the magic that once captivated him. “It went from fun, hands-on activities to […]

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