Trump, taxes and tenure: the 45th POTUS’s first year evaluated by WSU professors

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President Donald Trump’s first year has been filled with several policies as well as controversies. Weber State University professors reflected on his effectiveness in achieving his campaign promises thus far. […]

News quiz Feb. 15

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1. What has former White House senior aide Rob Porter been accused of? a. Embezzlement b. Lying under oath c. Domestic abuse 2. Former Obama administration official Maria Contreras-Sweet is […]

Do you know your news? Jan. 25

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1. On the week of Jan. 7, California officials announced formal charges against David and Louise Turpin, the couple suspected of starving and shackling their children to their beds. How […]

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 […]

Do you know your news? Jan. 18

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1. How long did the recent California wildfires burn? a. Over two months b. Three weeks c. More than one month 2. Which two corporations will reap a $7 billion […]

Do you know your news? Jan. 11

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1. The president of which western Asian country called on the government in December 2017 to publish how much it spends on each institution? a. Iraq b. Iran c. Afghanistan […]

Risk​ ​management​ ​for​ ​Uganda​ ​2018

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Weber State University Global Education Program Coordinator Julie Rich is confident that the 2018 program for Uganda remains safe despite recent news of political tension in other countries such as […]