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Athletics trainers-turned-EMTs graduate

The first group of Weber State University athletic trainers to certify as emergency medical technicians will graduate on June 21. Six WSU athletic trainers and 14 emergency care and rescue students will have completed the seven-week course and be able to test for Utah certification as EMTs. The ceremony will be held in the Marriott Allied Health Building, Room 406, at 6 p.m.

 

Stewart Library continues history project

The Stewart Library Special Collections Department will continue its 25th Street documentation project by conducting oral history interviews. “Business at the Crossroads” is a multi-phase project that will record Historic 25th Street businesses that date post-World War II. The library needs the public’s help identifying interview subjects.

 

WSU briefly loses power

Just prior to the American Legion Boys State graduation on Friday, a power fuse blew in the Shepherd Union Building, causing the power to cut out across campus. Power didn’t come back on for nearly 40 minutes, lighting back up at 11:30 a.m.

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