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Introducing WSU’s Photographic Society

Payton Schreiber-Pan, Contributor October 31, 2023

Photography is an enthralling art form that allows us to unleash our creativity and connect with the world in unique ways. That’s why we were thrilled to introduce the Photographic Society to Weber...

The entrance for the Money Management Center.

How can Student Affairs help you?

Gretel Monjar, News Reporter February 28, 2023

Weber State University’s Money Management Center helps students with their finances, offering financial coaching, FAFSA help and more. Daniel Kilcrease, executive director of Student Affairs Auxiliary...

Vice President for Diversity and Unity candidate Neftali Castañeda and Vice President of Clubs and Organizations candidate Chloe Sanow speaking to students about their goals for the student body at WSU.

It’s WSUSA election season!

Alexandrea Bonilla February 28, 2023

Voting for Weber State University Student Association elections is open Feb. 27 to March 2 through your student email. Keep your eyes open around campus for lawn signs and the candidates themselves. The...

Forward Jadyn Matthews (5) and Tamalii Fonoti (24) celebrate after a basket. Matthews finished the game with 21 points.

Late-season dub at the Dee

Rayshaun Baker-Lynch, Asst. sports editor February 23, 2023

Weber State University’s women's basketball team beat Portland State University 62–55 on Feb.18 at the Dee Events Center. Wildcat forward Vicky Parra started the game off by scoring early with a jumper...

The front of the Army ROTC building located across from the Ogden campus.

ROTC stomping grounds

Sky Mundell, Reporter February 23, 2023

Weber State University’s Army Reserve Officers' Training Corps program aims to equip its candidates with the knowledge and physical fitness necessary for them to pursue a career in the U.S. military,...

The WSU debate team with their awards and trophies.

A passion for persuasion

McKinna Baird, Reporter February 23, 2023

Weber State University’s Speech and Debate team was recently recognized as the top university team in the Northwest region, which includes Oregon, Washington, Idaho, northern Utah, Montana and Alaska. Two...

Two of the Chinese vampire movies available to watch in the Wildcat Theater.

Cross-cultural creature features

February 21, 2023

Every Monday, Weber State University students can catch a screening of hand-selected Chinese vampire movies in the Wildcat Theater. Blair Sterrett, a film professor at Weber State, hosts these screenings...

The podcast studio erupts with laughter while recording.

Lend an ear to a peer

Gretel Monjar, News Reporter February 21, 2023

Academic Peer Coaching is a program at Weber State University designed to help students through challenges that come with college life. Through the program, students can meet with certified peer coaches...

Criaturas interculturales

Nathanael Stout, Traductor February 21, 2023

Cada lunes, los estudiantes de la universidad Weber State pueden ver una proyección de una película china de vampiros de una colección seleccionada a mano. Blair Sterrett, un profesor cinematográfico...

Gov. Spencer Cox posing for a photo with a child during a reception held on Jan. 19, 2023.

Educators against the Voucher Bill

Brisa Odenthal, Reporter February 9, 2023

With a vote of 20–8, the Utah State Senate passed the controversial House Bill 215, also known as the Voucher Bill, on Jan. 25. “This bill establishes the Utah Fits All Scholarship Program and provides...

The Weber State University bookstore has new and used textbooks available to students. Photo taken on Jan. 24, 2022.

Cutting college costs

Gretel Monjar, News Reporter February 7, 2023

Weber State University held its first Course Materials Affordability Fair on Feb. 1 from 9 a.m. to noon. The fair was meant to assist WSU students in lowering costs for course materials and finding alternate...

A single solar panel sitting outside of the Shepherd Union building.

A greener Weber

Brisa Odenthal, Reporter February 7, 2023

WSU’s Department of Energy and Sustainability has been working hard to offset carbon production from the university. The campus, which is already 18.7% powered using renewable energy from Rocky Mountain...

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