“A lot of times people listen to respond instead of to understand,” said Erin Dominguez.
To anyone who has seen a propaganda film from the 1960s, the iconic fallout shelter design is probably familiar. What may not be as familiar, however, is that its late […]
Composting is a word not often heard around Weber State University. One group of students is trying to change that. Dr. Alice Mulder’s geography class is working on a semester-long […]
The Student Health Center is urging students to get their flu shot because misconceptions about the flu could lead students to not getting their shot, which may cause all sorts […]
“Nobody is doing what we’re doing now,” said Boice. “We’ll view this as our contribution to the fly fishing market.
Harriet Beecher Stowe’s novel “Uncle Tom’s Cabin” is perhaps one of the most important books in American history. Enraged by the injustices perpetrated against African American slaves and laws that […]
Have you ever considered that you can be rewarded for not using your phone while on campus? With the Pocket Points app, you can do just that. As a free […]
Weber State University’s Environmental Ambassadors club joined with SPARK to showcase a documentary on climate change on Oct. 27. The documentary was titled “How to Let Go of the World […]
The Psi Phi Psi fraternity is combining their love for gaming with charity. This is the second year the group is doing, what they call, a game-a-thon. They teamed up […]
Weber State University Research Foundation’s Oct.27 board meeting included a presentation from Ogden City officials on a proposed “makerspace.” Makerspaces are community resource centers for manufacturing and developing ideas, providing […]