Civic charity: the cure for political tribalism

Campus Events, Politics

In his presentation “Civic Charity and The Constitution,” Federal Judge Thomas Griffith shared his own experiences and the experiences of the attendees of the Constitutional Convention at Philadelphia as examples […]

Two weeks and they were still counting

Campus Events, Elections, Mobile, News, Politics

As of the evening of Nov. 19, the midterm results were still not final, and wouldn’t be until the next day. “The midterm election is two weeks out and all […]

Executive orders discussed in a ’Cat packed room

Campus Community, Campus Events, News

Wildcats and community members welcomed guest speaker Melanie Marlowe, of the Carnegie Mellon University Institute for Politics and Strategy, and Leah Murray, of Weber State University’s political science department, on […]

Panel discusses the ‘reality’ of a post-factual world

Campus Events, Mywebermedia Slider, News

Over 45 Weber State University students and faculty attended a discussion on the meaning of post-factual, also called post-truth in education. The discussion, which consisted of a panel of three […]