Police Blotter

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Medical Emergencies During the Late Night at Weber event on Aug. 23, an attendee passed out and hit her head on concrete. Police responded and called Ogden Fire for a […]

From generation ‘me’ to generation ‘we’

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“The young people of today think of nothing but themselves. They have no reverence for parents or old age.” At first glance, this sounds like something parents and grandparents would […]

Financial aid flashback: changes over the past year

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Over the past academic year, financial aid at Weber State University has undergone several changes. Beginning in Fall 2018, all freshman, out-of-state students who qualified for a scholarship were given […]

Free Adobe? It’s here

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Students frequently use the Adobe applications — software such as InDesign, the Premiere programs and Photoshop — during classes. However, typically had to stay after class or come early so […]

Ogden’s mayoral candidates debate at WSU

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Four candidates are in the race for Ogden Mayor in 2019: incumbent Mayor Mike Caldwell, Ogden City Planning Commissioner Angel Castillo, Ogden businessman Daniel Tabish, and perennial candidate for office […]