Chris Penne, an aquatics biologist for the Utah Division of Wildlife Resources, made a visit to Weber State University on Jan. 29 to discuss the management of tiger muskellunge in […]
At this point in the semester, few students can afford to be sick — there are finals to take, papers to write and classes to attend. But none of that […]
Throughout the years, it has become the recommended standard to drink eight glasses of water per day. However, a new study led by Monash University in Australia, is challenging that […]
Running tips: some to help you stay safe, and some to improve morale!
Summer is a time for fun and especially for fun in the water. Whether it’s swimming, boating or playing on the beach, summer is a popular time for all things […]
Summer is here in full force and does not seem to be letting up anytime soon– just ask my most recent sunburn and the constant band of sweat on my […]
I have always had a fascination with water. It is gorgeous, calming and sometimes massive, such as the case of the ocean. That is what always had me in awe. […]
Cold water is a killer.
Issac Goeckeritz, documentalista local, y Hal crimmel, profesor de inglés de Weber State University, presentarán dos cortometrajes basadas de un libro “Crimmel”, que el titulo recientemente se cambió a “Desert […]
Isaac Goeckeritz, a local documentary filmmaker, and Hal Crimmel, Weber State University English professor, will be presenting two short films based on a book Crimmel recently edited titled “Desert Water: The […]