No más inscripciones a media noche

Academics, Features, News, Spanish, Waldo's World

Traducido por Ingrid Oseguera ¿Cansado de estar despierto hasta la media noche para inscribirse? Ahora no tiene que esperar más la media noche. Para inscribirse los estudiantes en sus clases […]

Human trafficking hits close to home

Campus Events, Features, News, Police/Crime, Utah

The youngest human trafficking victim in Utah is 9 years old. While many do not want to believe these things occur in their backyard, human trafficking is not exclusive to […]

Teaching students different ways to be sustainable

Entertainment, Features, Science & Tech, Utah

With the entirety of the Student Union third floor filled with conversation of change, adaptation and growth, students of Weber State University presented on renewable energy, water efficiency and other […]

Evading LGBTQ+ stereotypes in the media

Campus Events, Clubs/Organizations, Features, LGBT, Movies, News

The gay best friend character is a narrative often used in today’s media. WSU LGBTQ Awareness Chair, Savannah Deichmann, educated students and community members about the history of LGBT stereotypes […]

Appeals but no deals for international Wildcats

Academics, Features, Mobile, Mywebermedia Slider, News

As a show of good faith, the International Student and Scholar Center drafted a document, approved by the Weber State University legal team, that would allow international students to continue […]

First-generation students mix it up

Clubs/Organizations, Culture/Diversity, Features

First-generation students united to celebrate similarities in being the first in their family to pursue higher education on March 15 in the Wildcat Lanes. According to Sarah Herrmann, WSU assistant […]