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 […]

Diversity conference speaks on youth court

Campus Events, Culture/Diversity

The 21st Annual WSU Diversity Conference commenced its two-day event with keynote speakers to educate the students about race, class, gender and status. Judge Michelle Heward, recently appointed to the […]

A life of authenticity

Culture/Diversity, LGBT

For some, living an authentic life can be challenging because of societal, familial or religious pressures. WSU student Savannah Deichmann wanted to live her truth because she felt it was […]

To vape or not to vape

Mobile, News, Politics

After I was diagnosed with a heart condition, I became curious about vaping. This electronic cigarette appeared to be the answer to healthier tobacco use; people could have nicotine without […]

Ogden community takes part in national “Lights for Liberty” Protest

Culture/Diversity, News

According to USA Today, over 700 cities participated in the Lights for Liberty protest on July 12; Ogden was one of those cities. The community gathered to express their thoughts […]