Panel discusses costs incurred under capital punishment system

Campus Events, Mobile, News, Politics, Utah

Utah Conservatives Concerned About the Death Penalty, in association with Catholic Association for Social Action, hosted a panel discussion about Utah’s system of capital punishment on Jan. 16 at Weber […]

Cornel West entertains capacity crowd at WSU

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Philosopher and political activist Cornel West addressed a record-breaking crowd during his visit to Weber State University on Jan. 12, the weekend of Martin Luther King, Jr. Day. West spoke […]

WSU club baseball on the rise

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The Weber State University club baseball team is making strides. The Wildcats, who compete in the Northern Pacific Region of the NCBA, are always striving to get better. Games are […]

Weber makes changes to fall commencement ceremony

Academics, Graduation, Mobile, News

Historically, graduating from Weber State University is different for students during the fall and spring semesters. Spring’s commencement allows each student to graduate in their individual colleges, but fall graduates […]

Balancing the books: Our Schools Now seeks to allocate funds for Utah institutions

Mobile, News, Politics, Utah

Weber State University students stand to benefit to the tune of $10,390,700 through Our Schools Now, a proposed initiative to increase education funding throughout the state through increased taxes. OSN […]

“Scarecrow” raises funds and volunteer opportunities

Campus Events, Mobile, News, Service Projects/Fundraisers

In partnership with the Boys and Girls Club of Weber-Davis, the Weber State University Student Association and volunteers helped assemble the necessary items for Scarecrow, a yearly auction event dedicated […]