The long road to redemption

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Zeb Williams shared his struggle to overcome addiction as part of the Diversity and Inclusive Programs’ Taboo Talks on Oct. 22. Williams emotionally detailed his initial experimentation with narcotics, his […]

Taboo Talks tackles tough topics

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Taboo Talks is an event held by Weber State’s Diversity and Inclusivity Programs that aims to create an open dialogue about topics that are considered controversial by the general public. […]

Being mindful of social anxiety

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When Weber State student Carrington Garcia saw the Taboo Talks event discussing the topic of social anxiety, she contemplated outside the door for five minutes whether she should attend. She […]

Indian schools to Standing Rock: Symposium documents persecution

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On Nov. 3, the Diversity Center hosted its regular Taboo Talk in the Shepherd Union Building as part of the Native Symposium taking place through Nov. 10. The question of […]

Why we celebrate diversity on campus

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Throughout October, both the Ogden and Davis campuses will be hosting events for Hispanic heritage celebrations with activities such as Ballet Folklorico and food experiences around campus. Events like these […]

Equality Awareness Week focuses on transgender community

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Weber State University’s LGBT Resources and Gay-Straight Alliance presented Transgender Equality Awareness Week, a national movement to bring awareness to the transgender community, throughout the week of Nov. 18-22. WSU’s […]

Taboo Talks discusses ethics of hacking

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The Center for Diversity and Unity presented Taboo Talks: The Ethics of Hacking on Sept. 19. The talks featured panelists Tyler Gleave, a Weber State University computer science student; WSU […]