WSU to renovate, expand

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Changes are coming to Weber State University. Within roughly a year, Weber State will see the complete renovation of one building, and the final building stages of another. Currently, the […]

Bills or grades? Students walk a difficult line between academic success and financial stability

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For many, working while attending school is not so much an option as a requirement. Between paying for tuition and fees, along with required textbooks and supplies, dollars can add […]

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 […]

Weber receives funds to remodel Social Science building

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Last week, the Utah State Legislature approved funding to much-needed upgrades for the Weber State Social Science Building. For the remodel, the legislature approved $14 million for the 2017–18 fiscal […]

Senate decides to help high school competition

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The Weber State University Student Association Senate met on Feb. 13 and discussed Senate funding of an upcoming high school science and engineering competition. The Ritchey Science and Engineering Fair […]

Unusual talents and traits reap scholarship cash

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  Scholarships today have become incredibly unique, diverse — and often strange. Traditionally, there are eight kinds of scholarships: merit-based, need-based, student-specific, career-specific, college-specific, athletic, brand scholarships and creative scholarships. […]