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Taking her time painting, Hess works on the early stages of her piece known as Consciously Breathing. (Kelie Hess)

Arte más allá de las limitaciones

Andres Rodriguez October 18, 2021

El arte es una salida expresiva para muchos, y no es diferente para Kelie Hess, quien visitó Weber State University para presentar un discurso titulado "Living Beyond Your Limits" el 12 de octubre....

Kelie Hess surrounded by her artwork. All of the paintings in Hesss series known as Consciously Breathing represent a statement on living with intention.  (Kelie Hess)

Art beyond limitations

Adam Rubin October 18, 2021

Art is an expressive outlet for many, and it is no different for Kelie Hess, who visited Weber State University to present a speech titled "Living Beyond Your Limits" on Oct. 12. Hess is an abstract artist...

Ogden’s Underground Poets to perform this weekend

July 18, 2014

Ogden's Underground Poets, who describe themselves as “dissenting poets who reject polite society’s notion of what poetry should be,” will perform at Only In Ogden on July 19. Starting at 6 p.m.,...

KWCR album of the week: Magic Man 'Before the Waves'

July 15, 2014

"Before the Waves" starts off mystical, like the sound of a seashell, before crashing into a catchy summer romance beat. Magic Man, an electronic-indie rock band from Boston, captures the excitement...

Foulger Music Festival combines competition, instruction and performance

July 7, 2014

The annual Sid and Mary Foulger International Music Festival & Competition is currently underway at the Val A. Browning Center for the Performing Arts on Weber State University’s Ogden campus. The...

Ziegfeld's 'The Drowsy Chaperone' Delivers A Lot of Laughs

June 30, 2014

The Ziegfeld Theater’s rendition of "The Drowsy Chaperone" is an energetic and irreverent success. Directed by Weber State University acting and directing student Trent Cox, the show features an eccentric...

'The Drowsy Chaperone' enters final weekend at Ziegfeld Theater

June 27, 2014

The musical comedy "The Drowsy Chaperone" will conclude it’s month-long run this weekend at the Ziegfeld Theater in Ogden with three separate showings. "The Drowsy Chaperone"centers on an unnamed man...

Ogden's Art Festival displays creativity in the community

June 16, 2014

Peacock feathers took shape in shades of green, purple and blue on a glistening gold piano outside the Union Station Saturday morning. Every summer pianos painted by local artists are displayed throughout...

Becoming versed in Pinterest

June 11, 2014

Pinterest can be a fun way to find out new and sometimes improved methods for your DIY projects or to see what the current trend is for costumes, body ink and diets. Click on the graphic to find out what...

Why We Love the Pride Parade

June 9, 2014

WSU had a great opportunity to participate in the Pride Festival this past weekend, and with that, we got to thinking that it's about so much more than rainbow colors and floats. The Pride Festival and...

Student samples water in Guatemala for study

April 15, 2014

Graduation for many students means testing the waters of life outside college. But for senior Emma Bentley, testing the waters was part of her undergraduate research. Bentley, who has put time and effort...

Kickstarter offers new ways to fund ideas

April 6, 2014

In a new wave of ideas, businesses and projects are being funded through websites like Kickstarter allows the public to view projects and businesses that need help with funding in order...

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