Ballot bug patched on first day of voting

Elections, Mobile, News

WSUSA’s student voting officially opened at midnight on March 12. Less than 12 hours later, the first irregularity with balloting popped up. A handful of students were able to vote […]

What to expect from your college workload

Mobile, Science & Tech

Coming into college, freshmen can find themselves crumbling under the weight of a workload they weren’t prepared for. Whether it’s more homework than they’re used to or more involved projects […]

Library provides tech options to students without

Science & Tech

It almost goes without saying that any class in college will require some form of technology, whether it’s a computer or tablet. These devices can be expensive; however, the Stewart […]

Ready for school? There's an app for that

Above the Scroll, Orientation

The sudden knowledge at 1  a.m. that your 10-page paper is due in the morning can cause a gut-wrenching panic. What about that time you were waiting in line to […]

Video conferencing growing at WSU

Above the Scroll, Science & Tech

[media-credit name=”Tyler Brown” align=”alignright” width=”300″][/media-credit]With the growth of Skype reaching milestones, Weber State University is increasing its use of video-conference technology. In a recent blog, Skype said on its website that […]