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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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Resumes go digital

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Mark Jenkins, the CFO of Petersen Inc., said Wednesday that social networking sites can be an important factor when considering a prospective employee. “Everything is going electronic,” Jenkins says. “If I were a young college graduate looking for a job, I would definitely have my linked-in profile up to date and current.” Jenkins was a […]

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Derek Shaw, a physics major at Weber State University, recently presented his data on X-ray fluorescence detection techniques to help detect lead in the human body. Commonly referred to as lead poisoning, the buildup of lead within a human system does not have any obvious or immediate symptoms.  The effects of high concentrations of lead […]

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WSU professors weigh in on 10-year anniversary of Olympics

[media-credit id=11 align="alignright" width="200"][/media-credit] The Olympic rings adorn the Ice Sheet in Ogden, which hosted curling events during the 2002 Winter Olympics. Ten years ago, when the 2002 Winter Olympic Games came to Salt Lake City, many news stories were published discussing winners of events, current happenings, sportsmanship stories, celebrity sightings and more. Some of […]

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