A Friend in Froerer

Elections, Mobile, News, Ogden Community/Events, Politics

“That is just the climate, something needs to change,” said Deana Froerer, economics instructor at Weber State University for over 20 years and now-candidate for House District 8 here in […]

Notable activist promotes civil change within communities

Culture/Diversity

Dolores Huerta, a well-known Chicana activist for immigrant farmworkers, visited Weber State in honor of Hispanic Heritage Month. The event took place with the help of Chief Diversity Officer Adrienne […]

Community members rally for family unification

Culture/Diversity, Features, Mobile, Ogden Community/Events, Spanish

On June 20, President Trump signed an executive order aimed at calming the public outcry over the separation of children from their parents at the U.S.-Mexico border.The “zero tolerance” policy […]

Under the protests, the generation war wages

Columns, Opinion

All prejudice is ridiculous in its nature, and generational resentment is one of the worst. Most forms of prejudice can be traced to an “accident of birth” in sex, ethnic […]