Government ‘shuts down’ funding for Utah national parks

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With snow covering the roads of Arches and Canyonlands national parks, travelers will have to postpone their sightseeing as the partial government shutdown trudges into the new year. Although the […]

A new building for a new year

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After months of renovation and construction, the newly-renamed Lindquist Hall is finally open for classes at Weber State University. Formerly known as the Social Science building, Lindquist Hall features several […]

Mental illness isn’t invisible, it just takes a harder look

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Mental illness is often referred to as an invisible illness. Many of the people who call mental illness invisible do so from a place of caring and an aim to […]

Science department unveils new gadget

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Weber State University’s physics department held a seminar Nov. 14 at Tracy Hall Science Center to discuss Utah’s rock composition, its relation to climate change and their new X-ray fluorescence […]

Science idols inspire Wildcat faculty

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Like any professional endeavor, good science is often the result of collaboration, mentorship and inspiration. Sometimes, these influencers are prominent scientists, sometimes personal mentors. Dr. Christopher Hoagstrom, chair of Weber […]

Student success STEMs from scholarship lottery

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Weber State University student-hopefuls who participated in Weber Science Day on Nov. 10 were randomly selected to win scholarships. Weber Science Day is a yearly event hosted at Tracy Hall […]

STEM night lights up boxes and faces

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Weber State University hosted its ninth-consecutive Parent-Daughter Engineering Night on Oct. 26. It’s a way to help young girls get more involved in engineering, a predominately male field. Dana Dellinger, […]