Panel discusses costs incurred under capital punishment system

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Utah Conservatives Concerned About the Death Penalty, in association with Catholic Association for Social Action, hosted a panel discussion about Utah’s system of capital punishment on Jan. 16 at Weber […]

Cornel West entertains capacity crowd at WSU

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Philosopher and political activist Cornel West addressed a record-breaking crowd during his visit to Weber State University on Jan. 12, the weekend of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. West spoke […]

The great outdoors and $30,000

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With the new year underway, Weber State University is putting on a brand-new event in 2018. The Hall Global Entrepreneurship Center will host an Outdoor Weber contest, which is open […]

‘Tax laws and sausage’: Financial expert discloses meaty nature of tax reform

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“There’s two things you don’t wanna see be made: tax laws and sausage.” Wilford Val Oveson, American Express Centurion Bank board of directors member, made light of the importance of […]

Native Symposium Keynote highlights civility

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Dr. Cassandra Manuelito-Kerkvliet came to Weber State to give a keynote address sharing personal stories about civility for the 12th Annual Native Symposium. Manuelito-Kerkliet is the first Native American woman […]

Native Symposium Keynote highlights civility

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Dr. Cassandra Manuelito-Kerkvliet came to Weber State to give a keynote address sharing personal stories about civility for the 12th Annual Native Symposium. Manuelito-Kerkliet is the first Native American woman […]