Mormon dating through trial and error

Columns, Mobile, Opinion

As a young, single member of The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints, I will echo a sentiment felt by other singles: dating is the actual worst. Single members […]

Juneteenth festival: a day of independence

Mobile, Mywebermedia Slider, News

Every summer, the streets of America are lined with people of all ages gathered to celebrate a day of freedom, equality and liberation known as Juneteenth. Originating in the state […]

WSU College of Science chooses its new dean

Mobile, Science & Tech

Weber State University’s College of Science chose Andrea Easter-Pilcher, formerly of St. George’s University in Grenada, as its new dean on June 15. “My career has been very rewarding,” said […]

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 […]

Do you know your news? June 11

Features, Mobile, News

1. NASA planned to launch a new crew to the International Space Station from which Middle Eastern country on June 6? a. Kazakhstan b. Syria c. Iran d. Yemen 2. […]

Renowned Spanish professor’s passing brings legacy to light

Academics, Campus Events, Features, Mobile, Spanish

Dr. Alicia Giralt, Weber State University Spanish professor and coordinator for the Latin American studies program, passed away on June 1. Her nearly two decades of teaching, community resourcing and […]

SpaceX: Profiting from the final frontier

Mobile, Science & Tech

Gone are the days when the only face of space exploration was NASA. A new actor has stepped onto cosmic stage: SpaceX. SpaceX Founder Elon Musk has been vocal about […]