Championing change, enacting equality

Culture/Diversity, Features, LGBT, News, Politics, Utah

Women and allies rallied to raise awareness, embrace diversity and empower future generations during Utah’s third annual Women’s March on Jan. 19 at the Utah State Capitol. As women’s marches […]

Students deal with slippery situation

Campus Community, Features, News

Back-to-back snowstorms wreaked havoc on parking Jan. 7. WSU’s Parking Services issued 142 tickets the first day of Spring Semester, 22 of which were issued for blocking another parked vehicle. […]

Do you know your news? Jan. 17

Features, Mobile, Mywebermedia Slider, News, Politics

1. The government shutdown has now become the longest in U.S. history. It began on Dec. 22 after President Donald Trump rejected Congressional legislation to fund the government on the […]

Government ‘shuts down’ funding for Utah national parks

Features, Hiking, Mobile, Science & Tech

With snow covering the roads of Arches and Canyonlands national parks, travelers will have to postpone their sightseeing as the partial government shutdown trudges into the new year. Although the […]

‘Cats rocked by Aggies at Beehive Classic

Basketball, Signpost Slider, Sports

For the second straight year, the Weber State University men’s basketball team went south to Salt Lake City for the Beehive Classic at Vivint Arena. For the second straight year, […]

A state of addiction

Arts & Entertainment, Columns, Entertainment, Features, Health, News, Ogden Community/Events, Opinion, Utah

The phrase “opioid epidemic” has consumed our state in the form of billboards, newspapers and documentaries for several years. The number of fatal drug overdoses has risen nationwide since 1999, […]

Bad in the backyard: Japanese in America during WWII

Campus Events, Culture/Diversity, Military/Veterans, Mobile, Mywebermedia Slider, News, Politics, Utah

When Americans talk about WWII, they don’t often refer to the Japanese-American incarceration camps that spanned the country in the aftermath of Pearl Harbor on Dec. 7, 1941. These camps, […]