Rwandan rebuttal

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The Weber State University Debate Team was honored to host the IDebate Rwandan Debate team as a stop on their two-month tour of the United States. WSU debate was able […]

Learning center speaks to broad curriculum

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Possessing the ability to speak multiple languages is a vital part of the new Weber State University Community Education Center. The building, located on Monroe Boulevard, held its grand opening […]

From small-time basketball to big-time achievement

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Wataru Misaka, Weber State University alumnus and first non-white player in the Basketball Association of America (BAA), returned to his alma mater for the screening of “Transcending – The Wat […]

Every Tribe is Sacred

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Weber State’s Diversity and Inclusive Programs is hosting the 13th Annual Native Symposium throughout November, which has been designated as National Native American Heritage Month. Andrea Hernández, diversity and inclusive […]

Bad in the backyard: Japanese in America during WWII

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When Americans talk about WWII, they don’t often refer to the Japanese-American incarceration camps that spanned the country in the aftermath of Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. These camps, […]