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‘Captain Clean Air’ teaches kindergartners air pollution dangers

Weber State University professor Hal Crimmel donned goggles, a persona named Captain Clean Air and a hand puppet named Badger inside the WSU Charter Academy’s kindergarten classes on Tuesday. A member of the WSU Environmental Issues Committee, Crimmel is working to help this generation and the next understand the danger of Utah’s air pollution. The […]

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Alum’s band, local cupcake company help with party

  As the clock struck 1:25 p.m., Ryan Shupe & The Rubberband rang in the landmark moment that students, staff and alumni had been waiting for as they sang “Happy Birthday” to Weber State University. The university celebrated its 125th anniversary with approximately 12,500 balloons raining from the ceiling of the Shepherd Union Atrium. WSU […]

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Davis campus observes WSU’s birthday

While Weber State University’s main campus was dropping 12,500 balloons, Wildcats at the Davis campus were having a party of their own on Tuesday morning. With all the festivities commemorating WSU’s 125th anniversary, this milestone was celebrated in the lobby of the D3 Building of WSU’s Davis campus. Following the theme, the room was transformed […]

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LGBT marriage equality takes Utah by surprise

  In a unprecedented turn of events, Utah became the 18th state to allow same-sex marriages within its borders. On Dec. 20, U.S. District Court Judge Robert J. Shelby struck down the statewide outlawing of gay marriages in Kitchen v. Herbert, citing the unconstitutionality of the almost-10-year-old ban found in Amendment 3 of the state’s constitution. […]

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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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An official bill by the Weber State University Student Senate has requested that the standing developmental math and English policies be re-examined. The current policy requires students who have tested into a developmental math or English class (including math classes up to the 1010 level and English classes at the 955 level and lower) to […]

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