What it means to have grit

Above the Scroll, Columns, Mywebermedia Slider, Opinion

I recently participated in a discussion about the concept of “having grit.” In this discussion, we talked about how some people naturally are “gritty” and some aren’t. Some people naturally […]

Science and the alternative way of knowing

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The Honors Student Advisory Board led a panel discussion on Feb. 18 at Weber State University. Sally Cantwell and Dr. Mathew Nicholaou, along with professors Dan Bedford and Jose Otero, […]

A LatinX ceremony you don’t want to miss

Arts & Entertainment, Features, Graduation, Mobile, Mywebermedia Slider, News

Throughout life, individuals celebrate the achievements that where they have done something important to them. At WSU, one of these celebrations is the LatinX Grad Ceremony, LGC. LGC is a […]

Brown and proud at Latinx grad ceremony

Academics, Campus Events, Culture/Diversity

Weber State’s Office of Access & Diversity and MEChA organization are hosting their second Latinx graduation ceremony in spring 2020, celebrating the achievements of the WSU Latinx community. The first […]

Silence speaks louder than words

Culture/Diversity, Police/Crime, Politics

Weber State’s MEChA — Movimiento Estudiantil Chicanx de Aztlán — members gathered at the Shepherd Union Atrium for a silent demonstration against ICE policies and to bring awareness to family […]

How children view the world through TV

Arts & Entertainment, TV

Weber State University students likely grew up watching shows like “Sesame Street,” “The Powerpuff Girls,” “Courage the Cowardly Dog” and “Mister Rogers’ Neighborhood.” These were the shows children could watch […]

And then there was a pianist

Arts & Entertainment, Campus Community, Campus Events

Initially, aiming to honor Native American Heritage Month, Weber State University hosted Sessions on the Ledge on Nov. 6. However, due to a lack of performance participation, coordinators scrambled to […]