Developmental math program, one size does not fit all

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In 2012, computer science major Frankie Ruttenbur was enrolled in the developmental math program. She was taking Math 950 and struggled throughout the class, especially when it came time to […]

Calling all future women engineers

Campus Events, Davis Campus, Science & Tech

The focus of Weber State University’s annual Parent-Daughter Engineering Day is to bring in successful female engineers to encourage seventh- and eighth-grade girls with an interest in engineering. Taking place […]

Simulation Center overhaul heralds medical care of the future

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Weber State University’s Annie Taylor Dee Simulation Center was packed with excited students and staff who had the chance to explore the newly-renovated area on Nov. 10. The open house […]

It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Supermoon!!

Science & Tech

Since the beginning of 2016, most of the U.S. has been tense because of the presidential election. With the end of that tumultuous event comes something soothing: A supermoon. The […]

Home of the Wildcats is riddled with wild cats

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Most students are aware that the Weber State University campus plays host to animals — the geese in the crosswalks, the deer who venture onto the grounds at night — […]