California tragedies weigh on Ogden quarterback

Football, Sports

Weber State University sophomore quarterback Jake Constantine has had a rough go of it lately. With the FCS playoffs right around the corner, it has added more weight on the […]

Learning center speaks to broad curriculum

Culture/Diversity, News

Possessing the ability to speak multiple languages is a vital part of the new Weber State University Community Education Center. The building, located on Monroe Boulevard, held its grand opening […]

Science idols inspire Wildcat faculty

Mobile, Science & Tech

Like any professional endeavor, good science is often the result of collaboration, mentorship and inspiration. Sometimes, these influencers are prominent scientists, sometimes personal mentors. Dr. Christopher Hoagstrom, chair of Weber […]

Student success STEMs from scholarship lottery

Mobile, Science & Tech

Weber State University student-hopefuls who participated in Weber Science Day on Nov. 10 were randomly selected to win scholarships. Weber Science Day is a yearly event hosted at Tracy Hall […]

From small-time basketball to big-time achievement

Culture/Diversity, Features, Mobile, News

Wataru Misaka, Weber State University alumnus and first non-white player in the Basketball Association of America (BAA), returned to his alma mater for the screening of “Transcending – The Wat […]

STEM night lights up boxes and faces

Mobile, Science & Tech

Weber State University hosted its ninth-consecutive Parent-Daughter Engineering Night on Oct. 26. It’s a way to help young girls get more involved in engineering, a predominately male field. Dana Dellinger, […]