A state of addiction

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The phrase “opioid epidemic” has consumed our state in the form of billboards, newspapers and documentaries for several years. The number of fatal drug overdoses has risen nationwide since 1999, […]

Nearly Naked Mile breaks fall streak

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Complications this year have kicked the Nearly Naked Mile charity run, originally set to take place on Oct. 26, back to spring 2019. Ordinarily, the Phi Gamma Lambda fraternity would […]

Freedom isn’t free, neither is lunch

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It turns out, honoring soldiers who served their country with a free lunch on Veteran’s Day isn’t cheap: in fact, it’s going to cost $849 this year. Sodexo is the […]

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 […]

Mo’ money, no problems

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Applying for scholarships can be stressful and confusing for any college student. However, the financial aid office and many other resources exist to help ease students through the process. The […]