Wildcat alumna encourages activism through authentic living

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The LGBT Resource Center at Weber State University featured Kate Kendell for the inaugural Marquardt Peace and Possibility speaker series on March 23. Kendell addressed the over 130 individuals in […]

New WSUSA executives take the stage

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The 2017–2018 executive election results were announced on March 17 at Weber’s Got Talent in the Shepherd Union building. The results were announced ten minutes after a contestant from the […]

Failure can lead to success

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The Ralph Nye Executive Lecture Series hosted Aaron Swenson, Weber State University alumnus and Manager of Global Corporate Payments for American Express, on Feb. 23 in the Wattis Business building […]

Panel discusses the ‘reality’ of a post-factual world

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Over 45 Weber State University students and faculty attended a discussion on the meaning of post-factual, also called post-truth in education. The discussion, which consisted of a panel of three […]

Spreading self-love and awareness on body shaming one sticky note at a time

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The Diversity Team celebrated Valentine’s Day with activities that encouraged self-love and conveyed awareness about shaming on Feb. 14. A booth was organized by David Gibbons, the Stop the Hate […]

Former Enron VP addresses business ethics in guest lecture

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The Center for Leadership in Corporate Social Responsibility explored business ethics and leadership on Jan. 31 in the Wattis Business Building. Brad Agle, Ph.D., Brigham Young University ethics professor, spoke […]