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With a 21-32 overall record last year, the Wildcats are looking to improve once again. Weber State University has improved every year since joining the softball world. Last year, WSU’s five seniors helped guide the Wildcats to the record. In 2011, they improved nine games with a 19-win improvement in 2010. The team struggled this […]

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Weber County participates in homeless count

Volunteers surveyed the homeless population of Weber County over a three-day period as part of the Point In Time census project that counts the homeless population nationwide. The Point In Time census is a yearly count with more than 3,000 participating cities and counties, according to the OneCPD Resource Exchange. The counts are organized locally, […]

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Looking to score free food whenever I can, I recently accepted an invitation to attend the wedding reception of a close friend. One might wonder, “If he’s a close friend, why did it take free food to get you to go?” Let me explain. I hate almost everything about wedding receptions. Almost, because I like […]

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The Wildcat Tech Expo will return this year with more vendors in attendance and more tech classes, which means more prizes to be given away. Tyler Cahoon, manager of Wildcat Tech, said the expo is an opportunity to learn from both on-campus and off-campus professionals about modern technology and the social media world. “We invite […]

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Marriage before finishing college is stereotypically not recommended, but among the Weber State University student body, it does not seem to matter. WSU students, whether married or single, still seem to engage in the college experience to some extent. However, for those who are married, participating in college activities seems to rank lower on their […]

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Daughters, parents become engineers for a day

[media-credit name="Source: Rainie Ingram" align="alignright" width="300"][/media-credit] Girls from the fourth to eighth grades make wind turbines at Parent-Daughter Engineering Day at WSU. Last Saturday, girls ranging from the fourth to eighth grades created small-scale wind turbines and competed in a catapult-building contest. The girls had opportunities to talk with volunteer engineers from Weber State University […]

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