Neon Party sets a bright start to the new decade

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Student involvement does not always have to be about joining clubs or taking part in student government. It can be as simple as attending events on campus, such as the […]

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 […]

It takes two to be a ‘True Wildcat’

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Every year after the homecoming dance, students from Weber State University flock with their dates to the Bell Tower Plaza in order earn the official status of “True Wildcat” at […]

WSU honors MLK speech 50 years later

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On Aug. 28, 1963, the movement toward equality in jobs, housing, schools and general purposes of freedom landed on the steps of Washington D.C. Now, 50 years later, Weber State […]

Sam Comroe: "I got 99 problems, but a twitch ain't one"

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On Thursday afternoon, comedian Sam Comroe performed a show about living with Tourette’s syndrome. The show covered various topics including dating,   parties, bullying and even driving in Utah snow. “This […]

Flute Studio Spring Concert

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[media-credit name=”Amanda Lewark” align=”alignright” width=”300″][/media-credit]When the Weber State University Flute Studio had its spring recital on Wednesday, director Cindy Henderson started it off by saying, “I love my job.” Henderson […]