Ord leaves WSU for Binghamton

Basketball, Mobile, Sports

The Weber State University women’s basketball team received major news on June 15 when it learned longtime head coach Bethann Ord would be leaving the program. Ord, who has coached […]

Wildcats look back on the season that was

Mobile, Softball, Sports

The Weber State University softball team finished the 2018 season short of their ultimate goal, but it was still a success in the eyes of head coach Mary Kay Amicone. […]

‘Cats season ends with 7-5 loss to Nevada

Softball, Sports

The 2018 season officially reached its conclusion for the Weber State University softball team on May 17. In an NISC Tournament elimination game, the Wildcats fell 7–5 to the University […]

WSU offers services even after graduation

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Commencement is fast approaching at Weber State University. However, it does not mean the ending of graduates’ association with the university, which still offers services even after academic careers are […]

Former WSU student offers business advice

Business/Careers, Campus Events, Mobile, News

Throughout the spring semester, Weber State University hosted a series featuring four different speakers from the Peterson Leadership in Technology group. The series culminated on April 9 when John Wolthuis […]

CCEL invites students on a quest to promote civility

Campus Community, Campus Events, Clubs/Organizations, News, Ogden Community/Events

Weber State University and Ogden City are putting on an event in the hopes of establishing civility in the community. The Civility Quest is designed to utilize the theme of […]

Former WSU student challenges Republican incumbent’s seat

Campus Community, Mobile, News, Politics, Utah

Former Weber State University student Lee Castillo, who graduated over two decades ago, is currently running for Congress in Utah’s First Congressional District. Lee Castillo has dealt with countless obstacles […]