WSU cracks down on hazing

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Greek Life has earned notoriety across American campuses, but WSU is taking strides to address that. Every year, WSU hosts hazing meetings for both new pledges and returning members of […]

FCC’s net neutrality repeal concerns communication experts

Mobile, Science & Tech

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 […]

2018-2019 WSUSA executive and Senate elections results are in

Elections, Mobile, News, Student Government

Without precedent, the Weber State University Student Association held their 2018-2019 elections for legislative and executive positions during the same week with ballots available on Canvas. The new Senators were […]

President Chuck Wight takes pies in the face for students

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Weber State University President Chuck Wight allowed students to throw a pie in his face for a fundraising event on February 27. The fundraiser was for campus fraternity Phi Gamma […]

Outdoor recreation gets million-dollar makeover

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University faculty members presented the development of two new Ogden campus buildings to the Weber State University Student Association Senatorial meeting on Feb. 12. Assistant Director of WSU’s Campus Recreation […]

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. […]