Renowned Spanish professor’s passing brings legacy to light

Academics, Campus Events, Features, Mobile, Spanish

Dr. Alicia Giralt, Weber State University Spanish professor and coordinator for the Latin American studies program, passed away on June 1. Her nearly two decades of teaching, community resourcing and […]

Cannabis: Dispelling the myth

Columns, Opinion, Orientation

In the late ‘30s and early ‘40s, the Federal Bureau of Narcotics launched a public service campaign with bills reading, “Beware! Young and Old—people in All Walks of Life! This […]

Embrace the freedom to speak your mind

Above the Scroll, Viewpoint

Words are some of the strongest tools we carry around with us every day. With them, we can inspire and empower, or we can infuriate and provoke. We are given […]

"Wit" to teach empathy through cancer patient's journey

Above the Scroll, Arts & Entertainment, Performances

As students, we come in contact with dozens of people every day. Professors. Fellow students. The guy who makes your coffee. Family. The parking attendant. Friends. Sometimes it’s much easier […]

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 […]