Our lives can be made a little better, a little happier and even more successful if we give notice to the actions of our hands. While our brains are responsible for the thought process our hands are responsible for the actions.
1. A missile strike from Iran was ‘intended not to kill’ U.S. troops in Iraq, according to the Iranian government. What was it intended for? A.) Iraqi civilians B.) The […]
At graduation ceremonies, graduates don their caps and robes, stoles and cords and a number of other significant decorations. The multicolored tassels aren’t just for show, though: there’s a meaning […]
“The admonition to walk a mile in someone else’s shoes means before judging someone, you must understand his experiences, challenges, thought processes, etc. The full idiom is: Before you judge […]
1. How did a 16-year-old teen try to smuggle meth across the Mexican border? a. A remote control car b. A donkey c. A remote control airplane d. A drone […]
Weber State’s volleyball team defeated Montana three games to one in Big Sky action Thursday night at the Swenson Gym.
The public received its first televised glimpse into the U.S. House’s impeachment inquiry on Nov. 13. Three WSU Political Science professors, Dr. Gary Johnson, Dr. Thomas Kuehls and Dr. Leah […]
The U.S. House of Representatives passed the Allow States and Victims to Fight Online Sex Trafficking Act in 2018. According to a recent study by Scott Cunningham and John Tripp […]
Leading climate-aware ski resorts are preparing and adapting to handle climate change and what to expect for the future of Utah’s winters. On Nov. 12, Seth and Hilary Aarons discussed […]
Six members from the 2018-19 Weber State Cheerleading Squad represented Team USA as they competed in the PanAmerican and the Copa Americana Cheerleading Competition in Costa Rica back in October. […]