Do you know your news? July 31

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1. On July 29, President Donald Trump tweeted what threat if Democrats didn’t agree to provide votes for stricter border security, including funding for the wall? a. Reopening the investigation […]

Amid campaign controversy, Weston Lee loses to Jessica Cairo

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After a hard-fought battle after being left off the ballot and being nearly disqualified, Weston Lee lost the position as Vice President of Diversity and Unity for WSUSA to Jessica […]

2018-2019 WSUSA executive and Senate elections results are in

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Without precedent, the Weber State University Student Association held their 2018-2019 elections for legislative and executive positions during the same week with ballots available on Canvas. The new Senators were […]

Candidate left off ballot for unknown reasons

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Early on March 13, Weber State University Student Association elections opened. However, Diversity and Unity Vice President candidate Weston Lee was left off the voting ballot and some students were […]

WSUSA senate and executive elections opens week after break

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Elections for both Weber State University Student Association legislative and executive bodies will be held March 13-15, with the presidential debate beginning at noon on March 12 in the Shepherd […]

Do you know your news: July 11

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1. World leaders gathered at this meeting in Hamburg, Germany last week: a) Group of Seven b) Group of 12 c) Group of 20 2. Russian President Vladimir Putin believes […]