Change the channel on objectification

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In 1965, Congress passed the Federal Cigarette Labeling and Advertising Act, which required tobacco companies to issue a surgeon general’s warning on cigarette labels, stating that smoking may be hazardous […]

This week in politics

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Midterms are over. The last results in races too close to call on Nov. 6 came in on Nov. 9. On the national stage, Republicans flipped seats over weak Democratic […]

FCC’s net neutrality repeal concerns communication experts

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Nearly one month after net neutrality’s end June 11, Weber State University professors and students have expressed concerns over the future of the internet. Network Neutrality is the idea that […]

Former WSU student challenges Republican incumbent’s seat

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Former Weber State University student Lee Castillo, who graduated over two decades ago, is currently running for Congress in Utah’s First Congressional District. Lee Castillo has dealt with countless obstacles […]

‘Tax laws and sausage’: Financial expert discloses meaty nature of tax reform

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“There’s two things you don’t wanna see be made: tax laws and sausage.” Wilford Val Oveson, American Express Centurion Bank board of directors member, made light of the importance of […]

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 […]