Five journalists fatally shot at Capital Gazette

Mobile, News, Politics

On June 28, five Capital Gazette employees went to work not knowing it would be for the last time. Unlike their coworkers, they never went home that day because Jarrod […]

Do you know your news from this semester?

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1. The countries that ratified the Paris Climate Agreement met in December 2018 to discuss the climate rule book that was being drafted. Which major economy did not ratify the […]

Do you know your news?

Mobile, News, Politics

1. On April 9, a federal appeals court ruled that a new worker’s pay should not be based on what? a. Prior experience b. Past salary c. Work history 2. […]

Former WSU student challenges Republican incumbent’s seat

Campus Community, Mobile, News, Politics, Utah

Former Weber State University student Lee Castillo, who graduated over two decades ago, is currently running for Congress in Utah’s First Congressional District. Lee Castillo has dealt with countless obstacles […]

Do you know your news?

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1. Which major social media platform is under fire for a massive data breach? a. Instagram b. Twitter c. Facebook 2. President Trump is denying rumors that he is struggling […]

The rise and imprint of leadership with the Senegalese women

Campus Community, Campus Events, Culture/Diversity, Features, Mobile, Politics

Jasmine Abdullah got involved with the Black Lives Matter movement because she was tired of burying her friends. “I will fight for everyone. I will fight injustice everywhere. Why? Because […]