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Weber State Universitys President Brad Mortensen addressing the senate with his presentation 2023 Truth in Tuition.

The truth in tuition

Sky Mundell, Reporter March 2, 2023

The student senate meeting on Feb. 27 was dedicated to a presentation about Gov. Spencer Cox’s current proposal to freeze tuition rates by providing more state funding to cover this year’s compensation...

WSUSA Executive Vice President Garrett Potokar speaking to attendees of the student senate meeting on Jan. 30. during the most recent senate meeting on Feb. 13 there were many conversations about financial concerns as budgets are dwindling.

The student senate discusses dwindling funds

Sky Mundell, Reporter February 21, 2023

The senate meetings on Feb. 6 and Feb. 13 were centered around discussions of how the student senate will dispense the available funding to other parties on campus who request assistance. Conversation...

With the COVID-19 pandemic, Weber State is offering online classes to help enrollment numbers increase. Photo credit: Alex Guzman

The economy of enrollment

Rebecca Baggett November 10, 2021

Weber State University's enrollment for the 2021-2022 school year was less than expected, which has left the school with the task of making decisions about budget adjustments.Weber State is a public university,...

The WSU womens rugby team poses for a photo following a game against the Utah State Aggies on May 6. Photo credit: @wsuwomensrugby & Weber State Womens Rugby Instagram

Cash in on club sports

Jace Cook September 27, 2021

Unlike traditional athletics teams, Weber State University club sports do not receive financial aid or other fee waivers for participating in their sport. Senior Sara Minden-Bowser, a Weber State women’s...

Former head of the FBI James Comey testifies regarding Russian intervention in the U.S. elections and other things on Thursday, June 8, 2017. At Tonic bar and restaurant near New Yorks Times Square, Chandler Green, left, of New Jersey, and Sam Henderson, of Norfolk, Va. listen at they finish having lunch. (Carolyn Cole/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

Do You Know Your News?

Ashton Corsetti June 12, 2017

1. A Nielsen data report referred to former FBI Director James Comey’s testimony hearing as what? a) King of the Capitol Hill b) D.C.’s Tour de France c) Washington’s Super Bowl 2....

Cheap Weekly: Budget BBQ

July 20, 2015

Getting together with family and friends for a barbecue will allow you to enjoy the outdoors without heating up the house. Here are few tips, tricks and recipes to make your cook-out spectacular and...

Legislative session ends in 'thin year' for WSU

March 17, 2015

The Utah State Legislative session is over, resulting in a thinner year for Weber State University. WSU President Chuck Wight presented a recap of the session in the Wattis Building Monday afternoon....

Tuition Increase proposal: Where is your money going?

February 24, 2015

It's a well known fact that college can sometimes break the bank. Many who go to college end up with hundreds of thousands of dollars in debt because of their secondary education. College students...

Senate decides on budget cap for student elections

February 12, 2013

Unlike previous years, students running for elected positions with Weber State University's Student Involvement and Leadership program this year will have an election budget cap. The WSU student senate...

Student on a budget

August 1, 2011

Respiratory therapy major Beth Lantz is one student who falls under the “nontraditional” category at Weber State University. She was married last year and has spent that time with her husband adjusting...

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