STEM night lights up boxes and faces

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Weber State University hosted its ninth-consecutive Parent-Daughter Engineering Night on Oct. 26. It’s a way to help young girls get more involved in engineering, a predominately male field. Dana Dellinger, […]

Flu season affects students’ productivity

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In an effort to stifle what is purported to be another devastating flu season, Weber State University’s Student Health Center is offering free flu shots to its student body. Weber […]

WSU honors medical hero Annie Taylor Dee

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Weber State University has renamed its school of nursing in honor of Annie Taylor Dee, an Ogden philanthropist who was instrumental in expanding health care in the city. Today the […]

Health-care admin degree ranked 11th in nation

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Weber State University’s Healthcare Administration Program has been recognized as one of the top 15 bachelors programs by the Long-Term Care Administration of 2018-2019. They are ranked number 11 in […]

Utah County wildfires consume homes and resources

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Two wildfires at Pole Creek and Bald Mountain have burned at least 125,500 acres at the time of this writing, forcing thousands of people to evacuate. Maria Groves, professor of […]

Colonizing Mars: the ultimate doomsday prep

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Elon Musk, billionaire, scientist and CEO of SpaceX intends to send two crewed crafts to the planet Mars to create a self-sustaining civilization by 2022. “The launch cost, you may […]