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Legendary “Freedom Rider” speaks at WSU

Joan Trumpauer Mulholland, civil rights activist and member of the 1961 Freedom Riders, shared her story with students, faculty and members of the community on Sept. 13 in the Wildcat Theater. Mulholland, who grew up in segregated Virginia, joined the Freedom Riders in 1961 upon entering Tougaloo University. There, she became part of the 1 […]

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WSU students strive to help local food bank

Weber State University students and Ogden City are banding together to raise awareness for Hunger Action Month in September. Alex Holt, student chair for the Catholic Community Services food bank, part of the Center for Community Engaged Learning, is helping the food bank gather donations. The first event, Dine Out to Help Out, is an […]

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Weber State University will welcome high school debaters from across the country to the 2014 National Debate Coaches Association Championship April 12-14. The national championship will run for three days, spanning Saturday and Sunday on campus, with Monday’s events being held at the Ogden Summit Hotel to avoid interrupting classes and other campus activities. WSU […]

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Weber State University chemistry major Amanda Barnes pulled her long black hair into a ponytail and quietly read the lab instructions. She stopped, walked to the reagent bench and read the instructions again. She stared at each glass stoppered bottle, scrutinizing each chemical name. “There,” she said. “That’s the one I used instead of ether.” […]

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Since America’s earliest forms of higher education, college students have used academic advising. Today, Weber State University students are able to take advantage of academic advisers to help them navigate the more than 200 majors offered at WSU. Academic advisers prevent the nightmarish reality that many college students face of not graduating on time because of […]

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Wildcats of all ages plentiful at Ragnar Relay

The 10th anniversary of the annual Ragnar Relay concluded early Saturday morning with former and current Weber State University students taking home the first-place prize in both the men’s and women’s divisions. The 198-mile relay race started out in 2004 with just 22 teams. The race began what is known as the Ragnar Relay Series […]

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