Recognizing the community: Transgender Day of Remembrance

Campus Service, Culture/Diversity, LGBT

In 1999, Gwendolyn Ann Smith — a transgender advocate — created a vigil to pay homage to transgender lives lost to anti-transgender violence, according to GLAAD. This vigil was the […]

Connecting culturally through cuisine

Campus Community, Campus Events, Clubs/Organizations, Culture/Diversity

Uniting Weber State University students and faculty through various dishes from around the world, Cultural Connections hosted A Taste of Culture to showcase and honor WSU’s diversity. Cultural Connections, which […]

Showcasing bonds in Sense and Sensibility

Arts & Entertainment, Culture/Diversity, Performances

For two weekends in Octobers, the WSU theater department presented “Sense and Sensibility,” a play based on Jane Austen’s classic tale. Director Jennifer Kokai chose to portray Kate Hamill’s adaptation. […]

Being aware of domestic violence

Campus Community, Campus Service, Culture/Diversity

Throughout October — National Domestic Violence Awareness Month — the WSU Women’s Center will display t-shirts in the Shepherd Union atrium as part of The Clothesline Project. The Clothesline Project, […]

Making waves at the art of the pacific opening

Arts & Entertainment, Culture/Diversity, Visual Arts

Monique Ho-Ching, senator of The Ohana Association, said Pacific Islanders are often primarily recognized for their athleticism. Weber State’s TOA hopes to change the stereotype. “Our athletes think they have […]