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 […]

Get paid to advance your career

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Most Weber State University students graduate having completed an internship. In fact, many majors require one. However, WSU students also work and often have families outside of school. Getting an […]

Seniors sell their skills during Speed Interviewing

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Students in the Weber State University Department of Professional Sales learned to promote a different type product at this year’s Speed Interviewing event: themselves. Graduating seniors gathered on Oct. 7 […]

Leaders aren’t born

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Project LEAD, a two-day conference hosted by Weber State University, aims to forge new leaders through keynote speaker series, workshops, alumni interaction and a day of service. The Weber State […]

Rumblings of change in financial aid

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The current, looming Weber State University financial aid changes have been under construction since 2016. The proposal as of now is to change the financial aid policy and redistribute the […]

Money talks louder than words

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Need money to pay for school? It’s out there, especially within the Communication Department. Students just need to get involved. Participating in one of the five co-curriculars within the department […]

Reconstructing Reconstruction-era history

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Pulitzer Prize winner in History and Bancroft Prize winner in American History Professor Steven Hahn delivered the 20th Lampros Lecture at WSU, in what was an opportunity to hear someone […]