Previews 11/19-11/25

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On Nov. 22, we’ll all take a day to celebrate George Washington’s Thanksgiving holiday, which wasn’t at all connected to that infamous Pilgrim feast but rather intended to be a […]

WSU police blotter

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Case 4409: Up on the roof without roofies Officers were dispatched to a safety hazard call regarding someone trying to get onto the roof of the Browning Center. Police found […]

WSU distraught over legalized pot

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On Nov. 6, Proposition 2 was approved by Utah voters in the state midterm elections, allowing patients with certain qualifying conditions to legally obtain and consume medical marijuana under a […]

Rwandan rebuttal

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The Weber State University Debate Team was honored to host the IDebate Rwandan Debate team as a stop on their two-month tour of the United States. WSU debate was able […]

Love waits for no man, but votes do

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Since Nov. 6, U.S. Rep. Mia Love has trailed Democratic challenger Ben McAdams narrowly, often by less than one percent, in an extremely close race. On Nov. 14, Love sued […]

Science idols inspire Wildcat faculty

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Like any professional endeavor, good science is often the result of collaboration, mentorship and inspiration. Sometimes, these influencers are prominent scientists, sometimes personal mentors. Dr. Christopher Hoagstrom, chair of Weber […]