Love waits for no man, but votes do

Front Page, Mobile, News, Politics

Since Nov. 6, U.S. Rep. Mia Love has trailed Democratic challenger Ben McAdams narrowly, often by less than one percent, in an extremely close race. On Nov. 14, Love sued […]

Get paid to advance your career

Academics, Business/Careers, Campus Events, Features, Mobile, News

Most Weber State University students graduate having completed an internship. In fact, many majors require one. However, WSU students also work and often have families outside of school. Getting an […]

This week in politics

Elections, Features, Mobile, News, Politics

Midterms are over. The last results in races too close to call on Nov. 6 came in on Nov. 9. On the national stage, Republicans flipped seats over weak Democratic […]

WSU professor wins open records case in Utah Supreme Court

Above the Scroll, News

A Weber State University physics professor has won his long battle of getting records from the state attorney general’s office. Physics Professor Daniel Schroeder sought documents from an investigation into development […]

Viewpoint: The spies move next door

Opinion, Viewpoint

The National Security Agency’s construction of a massive, 1 million square-foot “spy center” is currently under way in the Utah desert. According to the April issue of Wired magazine, it […]