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 […]

Do you know your news?

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1. Midterm elections concluded Nov. 6, with some races still tallying ballots and too close to call. However, the results nationally were largely set by the morning of Nov. 7. […]

A Friend in Froerer

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“That is just the climate, something needs to change,” said Deana Froerer, economics instructor at Weber State University for over 20 years and now-candidate for House District 8 here in […]

Trump, taxes and tenure: the 45th POTUS’s first year evaluated by WSU professors

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President Donald Trump’s first year has been filled with several policies as well as controversies. Weber State University professors reflected on his effectiveness in achieving his campaign promises thus far. […]

Democrat and Republican politicians meet during bi-annual Civic Leadership Forum

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Utah Sen. Jim Dabakis and House Speaker Greg Hughes discussed civility in an increasingly polarized nation and a myriad of other topics in the Weber State University Shepherd Union on […]

Science Weekly: Political beliefs bound in brain physiology

Science Weekly

After a polarizing election year, and a less-than-peaceful transition of power, it is becoming increasingly apparent that political beliefs are tied to emotions. Neuroscientists from the Brain and Creativity Institute […]

Ditch the Pokéstops for political stops

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The election year will officially come to an end Nov. 8 as Americans flood to the polls to cast their votes, but there is one last way to get in […]