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Taylor Swift pauses between songs during her first sold-out concert of three nights at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas, in March, 2023.

The last great American spin class

February 20, 2024

If you love Taylor Swift and are looking for a good workout, look no further. Taylor Swift Cycle Night will be held Feb. 20 in the Wildcat Center in studio 203 at 5 p.m. and will be led by Lori Harland,...

A Weber State graduate with her diploma after the 2021 LatinX graduation ceremony.

¡Felicitaciones a los graduados!

Alma Bell, Reporter April 11, 2023

The fifth annual LatinX Grad Ceremony is coming up at Weber State University. The LGC is a celebration of those who have been able to graduate like the commencement. The LGC is held once a year in the...

Tammy Nguyen, WSUs new executive director of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, discussing the timeline of the new cultural centers at Weber State University.

CBCE: The fight for equity

Gretel Monjar, News Reporter March 23, 2023

Weber State University’s Centers for Belonging and Cultural Engagement held the first two meetings of their Listening Tour on March 20 and 21. Progress in implementing the centers is continuing since...

Weber State Universitys Ogden campus surrounded by snow.

Amplifying Hispanic students at WSU

Cooper Hatsis, Reporter March 14, 2023

Weber State University has experienced a growth in Hispanic and Latino students over the past several years. WSU is working to become an emerging Hispanic Serving Institution with a strategized five-year...

Olpin illustrates the fight or flight response, detailing common symptoms.

Semester De-stressers

Megan Swann, Reporter February 23, 2023

Stress is something many college students have in common. From trying to earn good grades, to finding internships and making sure there’s food on the table, there are many stressors for the average student....

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...

Tommy Barbiero makes different unique sounds with his mouth at the 2018 Webers Got Talent event.

So you think you’ve got talent? WSUSA talent show

Brisa Odenthal, Reporter February 2, 2023

Springtime is around the corner, and that means it’s time for the annual Weber’s Got Talent student talent show hosted by the Weber State University Student Association. The actual talent show will...

Caring for Kenya: Weber State Athletics hosts charity drive

Alma Bell, Reporter February 2, 2023

Weber State Athletics teamed up with Global Agents of Change to create a drop-off drive on Jan. 21. Spectators could drop off deflated balls, hygiene products and school supplies at the men's basketball...

Starting a legacy at Weber

Brisa Odenthal, Reporter January 31, 2023

Thirty-nine percent of Weber State University students identify as first-generation students. Weber State University has resources for these students to acclimate to university life, such as the First...

A close up of a cat known as Smoke while the cat lays in the morning sun.

Saving the strays

Alma Bell, Reporter January 19, 2023

There are roughly 32 million feral cats roaming the United States. A feral cat refers to any cat that lives outside and has little to no contact with humans, which leads the cat into a more wild, animalistic...

Weber State senior Ryan Davisio, playing pool. His New Years Resolution is to get to the gym more, and get out of the college rut of just staying in to do homework.

New Year, new you?

Sara Staker, Photographer January 19, 2023

According to Insideout Mastery, only 9% of people keep their New Year’s resolutions through the entire year. However, some students at Weber State University are determined to keep their resolutions...

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