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Wildcats in the Amazon: WSU announces new career program

Brisa Odenthal, Section Editor July 18, 2023

In early July, Weber State University announced that it has been selected to become an education partner in the Amazon Career Choice program. The program, which includes hundreds of schools throughout...

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A farewell to student affairs

McKinna Baird, Reporter February 21, 2023

A town hall meeting was held on Feb. 14 over Zoom to present Weber State University’s new “Aligning to Amplify” plan. As presented by WSU President Brad Mortensen, this plan aims to promote collaboration...

Informational cards sit on the FAFSA desk for students.

FAFSA fundamentals

Gretel Monjar, News Reporter February 21, 2023

Students had the opportunity to get personalized help with the Free Application for Federal Student Aid on Feb. 8 during one of the Money Management Center’s “drop-in help” nights. While the center...

Katie Hales, Peer Mentor for the first year experience class talking with other peer mentors.

Setting up for student success: WSU’s first-year summit

Sky Mundell, Reporter January 24, 2023

Starting a new semester can be overwhelming for everyone, especially for freshmen who are just starting their college journey. “It certainly takes a village to support a first-year student,” Eric...

The Fry Street Quartet rehearses while a movie known as College plays in the background in the Browning Center building.

Una colaboración en la música

Marianna Lopez Luritta, Translator September 20, 2022

Músicos de talla mundial se reunieron en el 15º aniversario del Festival de Música de Cámara de Bonneville, celebrado en la Universidad Estatal de Weber. Fue una serie de conciertos de tres días,...

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A collaboration in music

Lexie Andrew, Asst. culture editor September 20, 2022

World-class musicians came together for the 15th anniversary of the Bonneville Chamber Music Festival held at Weber State University. It was a three-day concert series on Sept. 14-17 in the Allred Theater. This...

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Creating a home away from home

Windsor Moore, Reporter August 29, 2022

Being an international student has its own set of challenges. At Weber State University, there are great resources to help our international students. Weber State’s International Student and Scholar...

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Looking back on my freshman year

Windsor Moore, Reporter August 29, 2022

Freshman year is a time to learn and grow not only as a student, but as a person. Everybody has their own experiences with college, both positive and negative. Something great I’ve found about college...

J.W. Marriott Allied Health Sciences Building on Ogden campus.

Getting some fresh advice

Coby Crisler, Reporter August 29, 2022

Whether students are starting their freshman year or returning for their graduating year, college can be very intimidating. Some students may even find themselves scared and unsure of how to approach all...

The iconic statue known as Louis Frderick Moench stands at the bottom of the hill below Lindquist Hall and the Miller Administration building.

Recibiendo nuevos consejos

Marianna Lopez Luritta and Coby Crisler August 29, 2022

Escrito por Coby Crisler Traducido por Marianna Lopez-Luritta Tanto si los estudiantes empiezan su primer año como si vuelven para graduarse, la universidad puede ser muy intimidante. Algunos estudiantes...

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A glimpse into challenges for disabled students

Marisa Nelson April 18, 2022

College presents a plethora of challenges that aren't always obvious at first glance: the testing centers, a hill on the way to class or a cramped bathroom. But for students on Weber State campus with...

Around 70% of WSU freshmen enter college with AP or CE credit. Photo credit: Rebecca Gonzales

Comparing the costs of credits

Rebecca Gonzales April 18, 2022

Around 200 Utah high schools offer Advanced Placement classes, and over 20,000 Utah students take these classes every year, according to the Utah State Board of Education. In these classes, a single end-of-year...

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