Fighting hunger, one can at a time

Campus Community, Campus Events, Campus Service, Features, Food, Mobile, News

1 in 6 Americans go to bed hungry, according to USDA Economic Research Service. At Weber State University, it’s no different. “A lot of students are hurting and embarrassed to […]

Black Scholars United reflects on the past, looks to the future

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Members of Black Scholars United (BSU), past, present and future, gathered at the Hurst Center on Oct.11 to reflect and celebrate the organization’s 50th anniversary. The social and dinner included […]

No chili, no glory

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I’m not going to act like I’ve never used Rate My Professors. However, I believe a common perception among students is that instructors are somehow unaware of the pervasive juggernaut […]

“Zombie Thoughts” can happen to anyone

Arts & Entertainment, Dance, Entertainment, Features, Ogden Community/Events, Performances, Review, Utah, Visual Arts

PLAN-B Theater Company showcased “Zombie Thoughts,” a children’s play portraying general anxiety disorder through a virtual video game world, on Oct. 8 at Weber State University. The play has two […]