Former WSU student challenges Republican incumbent’s seat

Campus Community, Mobile, News, Politics, Utah

Former Weber State University student Lee Castillo, who graduated over two decades ago, is currently running for Congress in Utah’s First Congressional District. Lee Castillo has dealt with countless obstacles […]

New registration software adapts to students’ work schedules

Mobile, Science & Tech

Starting summer semester 2018, Weber State University’s registrar is rolling out new software that will automatically populate available classes in accordance with students’ work schedules. Casey Bullock, WSU Registrar, said […]

Being mindful of social anxiety

Campus Community, Campus Events, Culture/Diversity, Mobile

When Weber State student Carrington Garcia saw the Taboo Talks event discussing the topic of social anxiety, she contemplated outside the door for five minutes whether she should attend. She […]

Ogden communities affirm responsibilities toward immigrants

Campus Community, News, Ogden Community/Events, Politics

Amid national tensions toward travel bans and federal borders, members within the Ogden community are making formal and informal resolutions to support and provide aid to immigrants and refugees. Members […]