Women gamers lagged in past, heard in future

Arts & Entertainment, Culture/Diversity, Mobile, Mywebermedia Slider, Video Games

The first Google result that appears when “girl LGBT YouTube gamers” is searched is a 2009 video from YouTuber Blunty, titled “Lesbian Gamer Girl is an Idiot.” It’s a reminder […]

Union Unido por el Día de los Muertos

Culture/Diversity, Ogden Community/Events, Spanish

Uniéndose para aprender sobre la cultura Latinx a través de las festividades, el Union Station celebró la festividad del Día de los Muertos en Nov. 1. Más allá de las […]

The long road to redemption

Campus Events, Culture/Diversity, Police/Crime, Signpost Slider

Zeb Williams shared his struggle to overcome addiction as part of the Diversity and Inclusive Programs’ Taboo Talks on Oct. 22. Williams emotionally detailed his initial experimentation with narcotics, his […]

Redefining masculinity

Arts & Entertainment, Celebrities, Columns, Culture/Diversity, Opinion

In the 2011 documentary “One Direction: A Year in the Making,” Harry Styles sobbed as he recounted reading hate-filled comments online. “I’ve always wanted to be one of those people […]

Showcasing bonds in Sense and Sensibility

Arts & Entertainment, Culture/Diversity, Performances

For two weekends in Octobers, the WSU theater department presented “Sense and Sensibility,” a play based on Jane Austen’s classic tale. Director Jennifer Kokai chose to portray Kate Hamill’s adaptation. […]

Being aware of domestic violence

Campus Community, Campus Service, Culture/Diversity

Throughout October — National Domestic Violence Awareness Month — the WSU Women’s Center will display t-shirts in the Shepherd Union atrium as part of The Clothesline Project. The Clothesline Project, […]