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WSU joins in global initiative to host TEDx event

Weber State University students, faculty and alumni joined in a global initiative on Friday by sharing their ideas in the Worthy of Your Dreams TEDx event held in the Eccles Theater of the Val. A Browning Center. TEDx is an independently organized event inspired through the TED conference, a nonprofit devoted to “ideas worth spreading” and is […]

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Sochi Olympics come to end amidst negative media

  The 2014 Sochi Olympics, fraught with negative media, came to a close on Sunday with the passing of the Olympic flag to South Korea, host of the 2018 Winter Olympics. Prior to Sochi’s opening ceremony news of brown drinking water, inhumane roundups of roaming dogs and hospitality failures seemed to be the main topics […]

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Count My Vote generates debate on campus

A debate broke out during an event at the Hurst Center for Lifelong Learning on Weber State University’s campus on Tuesday. Sponsored by the Olene S. Walker Institute of Politics and Public Service, the event was part of a series to help students become more involved in politics. It featured Utah Lt. Gov. Spencer Cox, who […]

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Glass recycling now available at WSU

In the fall of 2013, Weber State University joined with the city of Ogden in an effort to promote glass recycling. Ogden had three locations for residents to recycle glass, with a fourth location now on the WSU main campus. According to WSU’s sustainability webpage, the university recycled about 17 percent of all waste last […]

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Men’s basketball beats the Bengals

The Weber State University men’s basketball team was able to hold off a late run from Idaho State University in Monday night’s game, coming away with a 65-59 win over the Bengals. WSU senior Davion Berry finished with a team-high 23 points and six assists, while Joel Bolomboy cleaned the glass with 16 rebounds. In […]

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Annual Freedom March commemorates MLK

Volunteers from Ogden and Weber State University came together to serve breakfast to community participants at the Annual Freedom March held at the Marshall White Community & Recreation Center. Forrest Crawford, former WSU assistant to the president for diversity and professor of teacher education, said the event has evolved to become an anchor point for bringing […]

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