Discussions with David Brooks

Books, Campus Events, Mobile, Mywebermedia Slider, News

In a small group meeting, students asked New York Times columnist David Brooks his thoughts on closing the political divide in America today. Brooks has visited 33 states over the […]

The global events that separate Millennials from Generation Z

Arts & Entertainment, Columns, Culture/Diversity, Entertainment, Mobile, Mywebermedia Slider, News, Opinion, Utah

Dividing generations by abstract dates might seem senseless, but the first generational terminology was born from the baby boom post-World War II. After the war, birth rates across the world […]

Performance art skills apply to more than just musical careers

Academics, Arts & Entertainment, Mobile, Music, Mywebermedia Slider

High schools and universities across the U.S. are emphasizing STEM learning, and schools that come up short in the budget often look to ma ke cuts to music programs. Also, […]

How children view the world through TV

Arts & Entertainment, TV

Weber State University students likely grew up watching shows like “Sesame Street,” “The Powerpuff Girls,” “Courage the Cowardly Dog” and “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.” These were the shows children could watch […]

And then there was a pianist

Arts & Entertainment, Campus Community, Campus Events

Initially, aiming to honor Native American Heritage Month, Weber State University hosted Sessions on the Ledge on Nov. 6. However, due to a lack of performance participation, coordinators scrambled to […]

Women gamers lagged in past, heard in future

Arts & Entertainment, Culture/Diversity, Mobile, Mywebermedia Slider, Video Games

The first Google result that appears when “girl LGBT YouTube gamers” is searched is a 2009 video from YouTuber Blunty, titled “Lesbian Gamer Girl is an Idiot.” It’s a reminder […]