Boys will be boys, girls will be shamed

Arts & Entertainment, Celebrities, Columns, Entertainment, Opinion

On March 1, Jordyn Woods did what Tristan Thompson has not and cannot do: she faced the music. Bombarded with hate from the media, the public and a family who […]

Beyond King, Parks, and Douglass: WSU celebrates Black History Month

Culture/Diversity

Celebrations around most parts of the country revolve around the same figures–Martin Luther King Jr. and Rosa Parks–year after year. However, WSU students and faculty believe there is more to […]

International students overcome trials and tribulations

Culture/Diversity

Maintaining the determination to finish a degree can be daunting to some students, but often they have the support of their family, friends and previous life mentors to help them […]

The people v. celebrity activism

Celebrities, Columns, Culture/Diversity, Entertainment, Features, News, Opinion, Police/Crime

Black Lives Matter and The #MeToo Movement united to fight for Cyntoia Brown’s release from prison. She was granted clemency on Jan. 7. Alice Marie Johnson was granted clemency after […]

Championing change, enacting equality

Culture/Diversity, Features, LGBT, News, Politics, Utah

Women and allies rallied to raise awareness, embrace diversity and empower future generations during Utah’s third annual Women’s March on Jan. 19 at the Utah State Capitol. As women’s marches […]

Tear gas tyranny

Columns, Culture/Diversity, Mobile, Mywebermedia Slider, Opinion

Over Thanksgiving weekend, a holiday fronting as a time for family gatherings, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents fired tear gas at migrants, including children. Images of women and children […]

Keynote disputes Native narratives

Campus Events, Features, Mobile, News

The keynote speaker of Weber State University’s 13th annual Native Symposium, Matika Wilbur, challenged Native American stereotypes through narrative photography Nov. 8 in the Wildcat Theater. Wilbur is a visual […]