Being aware of domestic violence

Campus Community, Campus Service, Culture/Diversity

Throughout October — National Domestic Violence Awareness Month — the WSU Women’s Center will display t-shirts in the Shepherd Union atrium as part of The Clothesline Project. The Clothesline Project, […]

Building bridges with barbecue

Campus Community, Culture/Diversity, Police/Crime

Weber State University graduate Eddie Baxter and the Office of Access and Diversity hosted the fourth annual Eddie’s Barbecue to promote open dialogue between students of color and WSU police. […]

Women’s Center welcomes all

Campus Community, Campus Service, Culture/Diversity, LGBT, Orientation

The Women’s Center’s mission is to advocate for the best educational experience for all by addressing systemic oppression, empowering communities and working toward a shared vision of gender equity in […]

Normalizing self-love

Campus Events, Features, Mobile, News

Students took part in an activity called “Mirror Mirror” at Sister Circle on Nov 7, led by the Social Justice Program Assistants of the Women’s Center and Safe@Weber Mary Jarvis […]

More than just a shirt on a line

Campus Events, Clubs/Organizations, Davis Campus, Features, Mobile, News

It’s not just art: the Clothesline Project encourages survivors to decorate a shirt in a stand against violence. T-shirts created by survivors of violence, or in honor of someone who […]