Where do you belong?

Arts & Entertainment, Clubs/Organizations, Culture/Diversity, Movies

Te Anu Tonga, Utah native, film director, and producer of the documentary, “Kapa Haka – Going Home,” shared her experiences as she discovered her Pacific Islander roots, urging Weber State […]

Story of activist legend coming to WSU

Arts & Entertainment, Campus Community, Campus Events, Entertainment, Features, Movies, News, Utah

The 2017 documentary “Dolores,” the story of 88-year-old civil rights activist and labor leader Dolores Huerta, will be screened at Weber State University’s Wildcat Theatre Sept. 12 and Sept. 13 […]

New documentary offers intimate glimpse of Huntsville Monastery

Arts & Entertainment, Entertainment, Features, Movies

John Slattery, a Weber State University alumnus, unveils the everyday life of the monks that lived in the Huntsville Monastery in his documentary “Present Time: Journal of a Country Monastery.” […]

Climate change documentary attempts to salvage humanity

Mobile, Science & Tech

Weber State University’s Environmental Ambassadors club joined with SPARK to showcase a documentary on climate change on Oct. 27. The documentary was titled “How to Let Go of the World […]

Documentary viewers peer through ‘Windows of Change’

Campus Events, Mobile, News, Service Projects/Fundraisers

Community members, Weber State University faculty and students nearly filled the Browning Center Austad Auditorium to watch the Nov. 1 screening of “Windows of Change,” a documentary produced by Weber […]

Documentary explores what it means to be happy

Health, Science & Tech

The Counseling and Psychological Services Center, CPSC, held a screening of a documentary that was followed by a panel discussion about what helps people feel true happiness in the Wildcat Theater […]