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 […]

Love waits for no man, but votes do

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Since Nov. 6, U.S. Rep. Mia Love has trailed Democratic challenger Ben McAdams narrowly, often by less than one percent, in an extremely close race. On Nov. 14, Love sued […]

Do you know your news?

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1. Following President Donald Trump’s embracing of the term nationalism for the “America First” movement, which world leader condemned nationalism at the commemoration of the Arc de Triomphe on Nov. […]

This week in politics

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Midterms are over. The last results in races too close to call on Nov. 6 came in on Nov. 9. On the national stage, Republicans flipped seats over weak Democratic […]

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 […]

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1. Midterm elections concluded Nov. 6, with some races still tallying ballots and too close to call. However, the results nationally were largely set by the morning of Nov. 7. […]

Do you know your news? Nov. 1

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1. Halloween is a holiday about scares, but one real-life statistic may frighten more people this year than the ghouls and ghosts. A report by the journal JAMA just released […]