Renowned Spanish professor’s passing brings legacy to light

Academics, Campus Events, Features, Mobile, Spanish

Dr. Alicia Giralt, Weber State University Spanish professor and coordinator for the Latin American studies program, passed away on June 1. Her nearly two decades of teaching, community resourcing and […]

Are You Current With Your News?

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1. The White House requested $________ from Congress in immediate aid for the Hurricane Harvey aftermath. a. $7.9 billion b. $8.3 billion c. $7.1 billion 2. Californian record-breaking La Tuna […]

E-cig vapors causing mouth cells to die

Science Weekly

In 2003 Hon Lik, a pharmacist, inventor and smoker, invented the first electronic cigarette that was commercially successful. Since its inception, the e-cigarette has grown in popularity. A team of […]

A touching solution to testicular cancer

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Testicular cancer is most common among men ages 15–35, and more men with testicular cancer than women with breast cancer die from the disease, according to the Testicular Cancer Awareness […]

Skin cells turned into cancer hunters

Science & Tech, Science Weekly

The world of medical science broke into new territory this week as researchers from the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill and the Lineberger Comprehensive Care Center turned skin […]

Science Weekly: Surgery has a new glow

Science Weekly

Doctors at Duke University are testing a new agent that will cause cancer cells present in tumors to fluoresce or glow. This will allow surgeons to more effectively remove cancerous […]