First-generation students mix it up

Clubs/Organizations, Culture/Diversity, Features

First-generation students united to celebrate similarities in being the first in their family to pursue higher education on March 15 in the Wildcat Lanes. According to Sarah Herrmann, WSU assistant […]

Even your mom has one: it’s not a dirty word

Campus Events, Culture/Diversity, Features

Playwright, feminist and activist Eve Ensler wrote “The Vagina Monologues” in 1998; it is a book celebrating female sexuality. This was the catalyst for universities around the world to have […]

The mechanics behind racism

Campus Events, Culture/Diversity, Features, News, Science & Tech

In 2009, Dr. Safiya Umoja Noble, professor at the University of Southern California, questioned Google’s search algorithms about specific phrases. When she searched phrases like black, Latina or Asian girls […]

Beyond King, Parks, and Douglass: WSU celebrates Black History Month

Culture/Diversity

Celebrations around most parts of the country revolve around the same figures–Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks–year after year. However, WSU students and faculty believe there is more to […]

International students overcome trials and tribulations

Culture/Diversity

Maintaining the determination to finish a degree can be daunting to some students, but often they have the support of their family, friends and previous life mentors to help them […]

Gospel music festival inspires students to shine

Arts & Entertainment, Culture/Diversity, Entertainment, Music, Performances

Choirs and singers from throughout Utah delivered messages of faith, hope and love for WSU’s 19th annual Gospel Music Festival in the Browning Center Austad Auditorium on Jan. 25. The […]