Cash in on club sports

Clubs/Organizations, Rugby, Sports

Unlike traditional athletics teams, Weber State University club sports do not receive financial aid or other fee waivers for participating in their sport. Senior Sara Minden-Bowser, a Weber State women’s […]

The Salt Lake Tribune undertakes a historic change

News, Utah

The Salt Lake Tribune has made history by becoming the first legacy newspaper in the nation to become a nonprofit. In a swift series of events, the Internal Revenue Service […]

Government ‘shuts down’ funding for Utah national parks

Features, Hiking, Mobile, Science & Tech

With snow covering the roads of Arches and Canyonlands national parks, travelers will have to postpone their sightseeing as the partial government shutdown trudges into the new year. Although the […]

WSU distraught over legalized pot

Academics, Campus Community, Mobile, News, Politics

On Nov. 6, Proposition 2 was approved by Utah voters in the state midterm elections, allowing patients with certain qualifying conditions to legally obtain and consume medical marijuana under a […]

Freedom isn’t free, neither is lunch

Campus Events, Entertainment, Features, Food, Mobile, News

It turns out, honoring soldiers who served their country with a free lunch on Veteran’s Day isn’t cheap: in fact, it’s going to cost $849 this year. Sodexo is the […]

Business idea? Pitch it, profit

Academics, Business/Careers, Campus Events, Mobile, News

Starting businesses takes money; Weber State University’s Wildcat Seed Fund is here to help. The Wildcat Seed Fund is for budding entrepreneurs with early-stage concepts or ventures that need funding […]