Writers open up at Metaphor mic event

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Poems, flash fiction and short stories were given a voice at the Nov. 18 Metaphor Open Mic Night as Weber State University students and Ogden community members crowded Booked on […]

Learning empathy and acceptance through “Wonder”

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The Future Educators Association organized an open event on Nov. 17, involving a discussion on R. J. Palacio’s best-selling book, “Wonder,” and a subsequent showing of the film adaptation of […]

Previews Nov. 20–26

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Open studio art with Jennifer Sorensen Aspiring artists, crafty teenagers, beginning painters and professionals are welcome to attend an open studio night with art instructor Jennifer Sorensen at the Eccles […]

No love for ‘Diddy’ on ‘Brother Love’ moniker change

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Hip-hop mogul and entrepreneur formally known as Sean John Combs, aka “Diddy,” announced on Nov. 4 via Instagram and Twitter that he was changing his moniker to “Love” aka “Brother […]

Orchesis dances up close and personal

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Taking a different approach from their usual performances, this year’s Orchesis Dance Theatre performance will allow audience members to experience the performers closer than ever. Weber State University’s Department of […]

Previews Nov. 13–19

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“Talent Salad” at the Comedy Loft On Nov. 15, the Comedy Loft presents its fifth installment of “Talent Salad,” a comedy show where performers are asked to interpret the predetermined […]

Dystopian show hits Weber theater for first full-length production

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“Where Words Once Were” has never been performed outside of the Kennedy Center in Washington D.C. On Nov. 10, the show will be performed at Weber State University. As part […]