Civic charity: the cure for political tribalism

Campus Events, Politics

In his presentation “Civic Charity and The Constitution,” Federal Judge Thomas Griffith shared his own experiences and the experiences of the attendees of the Constitutional Convention at Philadelphia as examples […]

Connecting culturally through cuisine

Campus Community, Campus Events, Clubs/Organizations, Culture/Diversity

Uniting Weber State University students and faculty through various dishes from around the world, Cultural Connections hosted A Taste of Culture to showcase and honor WSU’s diversity. Cultural Connections, which […]

Ski resorts preparing for impacts of climate change

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Leading climate-aware ski resorts are preparing and adapting to handle climate change and what to expect for the future of Utah’s winters. On Nov. 12, Seth and Hilary Aarons discussed […]

WSU racquetball builds friendships on and off the court

Campus Community, News, Signpost Slider

For Tarah Barker, racquetball is more than something to pass the time, racquetball means spending time with friends and family. Tarah Barker, racquetball club chief security officer, first played racquetball […]