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 […]

Robots return to WSU campus

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Junior high and high school students gathered in the Swenson Gymnasium on Feb. 23 to participate in the 2019 FIRST Tech Challenge robotics competition. Hosted by Weber State University’s College […]

What to expect from your college workload

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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 […]

Senate decides to help high school competition

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The Weber State University Student Association Senate met on Feb. 13 and discussed Senate funding of an upcoming high school science and engineering competition. The Ritchey Science and Engineering Fair […]