Silence speaks louder than words

Culture/Diversity, Police/Crime, Politics

Weber State’s MEChA — Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanx de Aztlán — members gathered at the Shepherd Union Atrium for a silent demonstration against ICE policies and to bring awareness to family […]

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 […]

Police Blotter

Above the Scroll, Features, Mobile, Mywebermedia Slider, News, Politics, Signpost Slider

Drug violation An RA reported a drug violation at Wildcat Village on Oct. 20. Officers were dispatched to the room. The student confirmed he had been smoking marijuana. He gave […]

To vape or not to vape

Mobile, News, Politics

After I was diagnosed with a heart condition, I became curious about vaping. This electronic cigarette appeared to be the answer to healthier tobacco use; people could have nicotine without […]

Who or what to blame: mass shootings and video games

Columns, Mobile, Mywebermedia Slider, Opinion, Politics

On Aug. 31, a 36-year-old man killed seven people and left 22 wounded in a “drive-by shooting spree” in Odessa, Texas, with an assault rifle-style weapon, which marks the third […]