COVID-19 case uncertainty following fall break

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Colleges and universities struggled with the dilemma of whether or not to cancel fall break in order to minimize the exposure to COVID-19. Weber State University decided to continue with […]

Staying ahead of the curve, WSU’s fall enrollment remains steady

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Even during a pandemic, Weber State University students want an education. Student enrollment during fall 2020 at WSU has remained steady during the pandemic. This semester, WSU has a total […]

Obamacare enrollment opens — what that means for students

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It’s been discussed across the nation, both in praise and criticism. The Affordable Care Act, commonly known as Obamacare, has been making headlines since President Barack Obama first signed it in […]

Wildcats participate in annual Utah Pride Festival

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Salt Lake City’s annual Pride Festival took place in downtown’s Washington Square in a spectacle of color, culture and pride in the LGBTQ community. The Utah Pride Center, a nonprofit […]

Study shows most popular gift cards

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Holiday gift-giving is right around the corner, but before reaching for a gift card, shoppers should think twice about which one they choose. Marketing professors E.K. Valentin and Anthony Allred […]

Business school gets more than $288,600 in scholarships

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The John B. Goddard School of Business and Economics hosted the 45th annual Scholarship Banquet. Weber State University students and scholarship donors gathered at the Ogden Eccles Conference Center on […]