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 […]

Documentary viewers peer through ‘Windows of Change’

Campus Events, Mobile, News, Service Projects/Fundraisers

Community members, Weber State University faculty and students nearly filled the Browning Center Austad Auditorium to watch the Nov. 1 screening of “Windows of Change,” a documentary produced by Weber […]

"Lost Boy from Sudan": story of achieving immortality

Campus Events, Culture/Diversity

Unlike most children, Dut Bior’s childhood featured a tragic exodus, which began with gunfire in his village where he heard screaming and saw people fleeing. “It was as early as four […]

Center for Diversity and Unity shares personal stories of Mozambique

Campus Events, Culture/Diversity

Although the gathering was small, WSU student and member of Black Scholars United, Eddie Baxter still brought a lot of heart during his presentation to students on Wednesday. “I want […]

The Plague: Not just for the history books

Science & Tech

When most people hear the word “plague,” they think back to the medieval epidemic that killed a third of Europe’s population, but was the plague really just an issue for […]

Students create software for Ghana

Business/Careers, Science & Tech, Top Features

This spring break will mark the third time students from the computer science department at Weber State University will visit and provide computer hardware, software and training to the Korle […]