WSU keeps moderate risk precautions

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COVID-19 and its effects have been the number one topic on everyone’s mind for months. Each day brings new changes, and the unknown continues to loom over the world. As […]

Justice in the dark

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Ogden City Justice Court spent over an hour in the dark Friday morning, leaving Judge Michael Junk’s courtroom in limbo before closing the building at 11:30 a.m. At approximately 10 […]

WSU mourns the loss of Vice Provost Bruce Davis

News, Utah

Dr. Bruce Davis, vice provost and dean of continuing education at Weber State University, died on the evening of Dec. 8, following a short illness. Throughout his life and nearly […]

Diversity conference speaks on youth court

Campus Events, Culture/Diversity

The 21st Annual WSU Diversity Conference commenced its two-day event with keynote speakers to educate the students about race, class, gender and status. Judge Michelle Heward, recently appointed to the […]

A life of authenticity

Culture/Diversity, LGBT

For some, living an authentic life can be challenging because of societal, familial or religious pressures. WSU student Savannah Deichmann wanted to live her truth because she felt it was […]

Damian Lillard returns to the Dee Events Center

Basketball

Basketball returned to the Dee Events Center for one night as the venue hosted the reunion of Weber State basketball legends. The former Wildcats returned to the hardwood to face […]

Basketball back to the Gulf Coast

Basketball, Sports

Four years after beating Murray State in the Gulf Coast Showcase Championship, the Weber State Men’s Basketball team is headed back to Estero, Florida, on November 25-27 in hopes to […]