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When we were children, bullies threatened us to give them our lunch or money. As adults, bullying is much less straightforward. One form of bullying now is political cyberbullying, where […]

Do you know your news? Sept. 29

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1. The new Supreme Court Justice selected by President Donald Trump, Amy Coney Barrett, is a ________ candidate for the right, and a _________ for the left, according to NPR. […]

The enemy we know

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Our world has an enemy; one so powerful that even the largest military force cannot stop it. It doesn’t care about location, gender, status or race. It is responsible for […]

WSU remains “in good shape” as strategic planning continues

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WSU President Brad Mortensen led a campus town hall meeting via Zoom on Sept. 15 as part of Weber State’s ongoing strategic planning process to shape the university’s priorities and […]

Weber State women’s soccer prepares for postponed season during pandemic

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The Weber State women’s soccer team is one of many teams affected by the Big Sky Conference’s decision to postpone the fall season. Because of the season’s postponement, the women […]

Older but no wiser in Bill and Ted’s Excellent return

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Keanu Reeves recently returned to a decades-old franchise wherein he battles killer robots, thwarts death and, ultimately, saves the world. The Bill and Ted franchise. The Matrix return is coming, […]

COVID-19 has left college football scattered and confused

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In a perfect world, the Weber State Wildcats would be preparing for their Sept. 19 matchup in Cedar Falls, Iowa, against the Northern Iowa Panthers. Last year, WSU welcomed them […]