Civic charity: the cure for political tribalism

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In his presentation “Civic Charity and The Constitution,” Federal Judge Thomas Griffith shared his own experiences and the experiences of the attendees of the Constitutional Convention at Philadelphia as examples […]

Weber State Cheer Continues to Impress

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Six members from the 2018-19 Weber State Cheerleading Squad represented Team USA as they competed in the PanAmerican and the Copa Americana Cheerleading Competition in Costa Rica back in October. […]

Financial aid explained

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For many students, finding ways to pay for school is essential to the continuation of their education. Whether this is through academic scholarships, work-study programs, housing scholarships or receiving tuition […]

Weber radiology: learning with purpose, leading with passion

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Dr. Robert Walker, the chair of the Weber State University School of Radiologic Sciences, views National Radiologic Technology Week as an appropriate time to remind students that they are a […]

Violet’s Voice venture

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On the heels of a “whirlwind” week, James Violet’s — known around Weber State University as Jacob Waller — family just wanted to get their hands on Celine Dion tickets. […]