Clarifying recording restrictions in the student code continues

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Weber State University is still working on clarifying what students can do with recordings they make in class; specifically, tightening the language in the student code that says students need […]

There’s no “I” in change: collective problems need collective action

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Leah Murray, a professor of political science and the academic director for Olene S. Walker Institute of Politics and Public Service, led a conversation on collective action problems, climate change […]

How much credit is due?

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Many podcast genres (especially those of true crime, history and politics) rely heavily on the hosts reading out stories that have been gathered from other sources. While some work to […]

Her story, told

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“Black Herstory” Month intends to do what its name would suggest: tell her story. Black Herstory Month is a celebration of black women throughout history whose stories have been forgotten. […]

Clinging to the Vine

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Vine will be dead before the New Year. I’ve been listening to the first few bars of Wiz Khalifa’s “See You Again” on repeat and desperately choking back sobs every […]

Americans worship idiots

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This year, Kanye West was awarded an honorary doctorate. The event was a nail being hammered into the coffin of America’s progression. Between the Kardashians, Snooki and this year’s “Bachelor”—any media figure […]

Embrace the freedom to speak your mind

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Words are some of the strongest tools we carry around with us every day. With them, we can inspire and empower, or we can infuriate and provoke. We are given […]