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Both mayoral candidates shake hands at the end of the Oct. 19 debate.

WSU hosts Ogden’s mayoral debate

Lucas Moore, Reporter October 26, 2023

The Walker Institute of Politics and Public Service at Weber State University hosted the Ogden mayoral debate between Taylor Knuth and Ben Nadolski on Oct. 19 in Lindquist Hall. Nadolski, an Ogden City...

Protestors preparing to enter a panel held in the Lindquist Hall building, where panelists spoke about SB 283.

Utah Senate targets DEI programs in higher education

Gretel Monjar, News Reporter April 4, 2023

Weber State University students protested Utah Senate Bill 283, which intended to end Diversity, Equity and Inclusion programs in Utah higher education. The Haven J. Barlow Civic Leadership Forum hosted...

Weber State University students visually upset as the panel begins.

El Sanado de Utah apunta a los programas de DEI en la educación superior

Daniela Imbrett, Traductor April 4, 2023

Los estudiantes de Weber State University protestaron contra el proyecto de ley 283 del Senado de Utah, que pretendía poner fin a los programas de diversidad, equidad e inclusión en la educación superior...

Black resistance: Fred Hampton Jr. visits WSU

Brisa Odenthal, Reporter February 28, 2023

On Feb. 22, Fred Hampton Jr. came to Weber State University to speak to students and faculty on Black Resistance, as part of WSU’s Black History Month. Hampton Jr. is the president and chairman of...

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

Los educadores contra el proyecto de ley de cheques

Marianna Lopez Luritta, Traductor February 9, 2023

El 25 de enero, el Senado del Estado de Utah aprobó el controversial proyecto de ley 215, el Voucher Bill, con una votación de 20-8. "Este proyecto de ley establece el programa de becas Utah se adapta...

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...

La lucha para acabar con las multas por retraso

Nathanael Stout, Translator November 30, 2022

El YDSA (Young Democratic Socialists of America) de la universidad Weber State ha luchado desde el principio de este año para quitar las tarifas de tardanza de WSU para apoyar a los estudiantes cuyos...

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News Quiz 11/21

Tim Costello, News editor November 22, 2022

QUESTIONS: 1. A gunman opened fire at Club Q, a gay nightclub, this past weekend. Where was the nightclub located? A. Colorado B. Florida C. Maryland D. Oklahoma 2. Donald Trump has announced he is running...

Weber State professor of political science and philosophy, Leah Murray, presenting the Midterm Election lecture.

A Midterm with Murray

Adam Rubin, Reporter November 17, 2022

As part of the Weber Historical Society Lecture Series, Dumke Legacy Hall hosted a lecture on Nov. 14 titled “The Meaning of the 2022 Midterm Elections.” The lecture was presented by Leah Murray, director...

Students gather to talk about the candidates and their reactions to the results as they watched the CNN broadcast on Nov. 8 in Lindquist Hall room 101.

Wildcats watch the election

Brisa Odenthal, Reporter November 13, 2022

Weber State University students were invited to an Election Night Watch party on Nov. 8 to watch the ballots come in and see who was elected in the 2022 midterm elections. The event, hosted by WSU’s...

2022 Midterm election results

2022 Midterm election results

Alexandrea Bonilla, Managing Editor November 10, 2022

The 2022 midterm election is winding down and the results are slowly trickling in. All four Republican incumbents are expected to keep their seats while Republican Mike Lee is winning a close battle against...

Plants once grown under the Salt Lake have now surfaced and dried up.

Wilson’s water warning

Hunter Lindsey, Reporter November 8, 2022

Weber State University students, faculty and community members gathered in the Lindquist Hall on Nov. 4 to discuss the growing concern over the state of the Great Salt Lake. Utah Rep. Brad Wilson presented...

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