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 […]

Scholarship grants students a chance to explore Costa Rica

Culture/Diversity, Features, Mobile, Spanish

Imagine being surrounded by students who are learning the Spanish language for school credit while also indulging in the culture of Costa Rica with excursions to waterfalls, beaches and plantations. […]

Five Crazy Headlines: From cheese to computers

Crazy Headlines, News

From a couple stealing over 50 blocks of cheese to computer science as a foreign language, here’s this week’s five crazy headlines. Couple allegedly steals 57 blocks of cheese from Walmart […]

Study-abroad class helps fund Guatemalan small businesses

Above the Scroll, Culture/Diversity, News, Service Projects/Fundraisers

Weber State University Wildcats traveled 2,500 miles to the Guatemalan city of San Pedro La Laguna, where students and faculty recently participated in a microfinance program benefiting Mayan women as […]