Bringing home the bacon

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College life is a lot like bacon. There are so many different brands of bacon, different kinds, different ways to cook it and different prices. Stores have thick-cut, thin-cut, pre-cooked, […]

The first generation to get higher education

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Jesus Rebolledo faced many challenges while getting his degree. He came from a low-income family with five siblings, where the highest education in the family was ninth grade. The 25-year-old […]

ReUp-ing education

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Empowering students to continue their education is a main goal of Weber State University. With the help of ReUp Education, a company that specializes in helping students who have left […]

You thought college was hard? Try doing it during a pandemic!

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The global pandemic caused high school seniors and college graduates to miss out on a formal graduation and the last hurrahs of senior year. Returning students, including myself, are worried […]

Finding balance in college

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Weber State University wasn’t my first choice, but now that I’m a graduating senior, I can say that I have absolutely loved the experience. Freshmen, get ready for a roller […]

A collegial culture clash: Why Weber’s graduation rates continue to dwindle

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In 2003, 18-year-old Christina Huerta entered Weber State University a wide-eyed first-generation student looking to pursue a degree in communications. Nearly 16 years later, she is receiving her diploma. Huerta […]

First-generation club guides the future

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For a Spanish translation, click here. Thirty-nine percent of Weber State University students identify as first generation students, the first within their family to attend a four-year institution to attain […]