It’s a bird! It’s a plane! It’s Supermoon!!

Science & Tech

Since the beginning of 2016, most of the U.S. has been tense because of the presidential election. With the end of that tumultuous event comes something soothing: A supermoon. The […]

Former NASA employee shares key points in lecture

Business/Careers, Campus Events, News

On Oct. 27, a former NASA employee touched base at Weber State University. Business students gathered around the lecture hall in the Wattis Business Building at noon, anticipating the weekly […]

LGBT community has deep STEM roots

Business/Careers, Celebrities, Culture/Diversity, LGBT, Science & Tech

Members of the LGBT community have contributed greatly to the fields of science and technology, but many of their accomplishments go unsung, simply because of their sexual orientation. October is […]

Science Weekly: Scientists discover Earth-like soil on Mars

Science Weekly

Recent images from NASA’s Curiosity Mars Rover have revealed a different landscape than the usual loose rocks and layered soils. These new images suggest that Mars had a warmer and […]

Midwestern tornadoes may be symptom of changing climate

Above the Scroll, News

On the heels of the Philippines’ Super Typhoon Haiyan, deadly tornadoes in the Midwest have left Americans feeling the effects of catastrophic weather closer to home. More than 67 tornadoes […]