From small-time basketball to big-time achievement

Culture/Diversity, Features, Mobile, News

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

Campus Community, Culture/Diversity, Mobile, Utah

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, […]

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 […]