No chili, no glory

Academics, Business/Careers, Columns, Mobile, Opinion

I’m not going to act like I’ve never used Rate My Professors. However, I believe a common perception among students is that instructors are somehow unaware of the pervasive juggernaut […]

Wasatch women welcome wellness

Culture/Diversity, Front Page, Mywebermedia Slider

Women from across the Wasatch Front assembled to learn about wellness and balance at the inaugural Celebrating Women’s Conference held at the WSU Davis campus on Sept. 22. The event […]

The rise and imprint of leadership with the Senegalese women

Campus Community, Campus Events, Culture/Diversity, Features, Mobile, Politics

Jasmine Abdullah got involved with the Black Lives Matter movement because she was tired of burying her friends. “I will fight for everyone. I will fight injustice everywhere. Why? Because […]

Being a woke brown chingona

Culture/Diversity, Mywebermedia Slider, Opinion, Spanish

  Chingona – noun. 1. a Spanish slang term meaning “bad-ass woman.” Being a woman has given me the strength to be unapologetic, especially in a society that tries to […]

Science Weekly: Young girls believe boys are naturally smarter

Science Weekly

Young girls are more likely associate intelligence with males rather than females, a new study from New York University, the University of Illinois and Princeton University said. Lin Bian, doctoral […]

Event helps emphasize importance of women in STEM

Science & Tech

Teams of parents and their daughters spent Nov. 18–19 learning to problem solve and work together to find creative engineering solutions. The 6th annual Parent-Daughter Engineering Day was held at […]

Calling all future women engineers

Campus Events, Davis Campus, Science & Tech

The focus of Weber State University’s annual Parent-Daughter Engineering Day is to bring in successful female engineers to encourage seventh- and eighth-grade girls with an interest in engineering. Taking place […]