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Weber State University spring commencement, April 26, 2019.

The gender shift in education

Parham Kermani, Contributor April 18, 2023

The passing of Title IX in 1972 has changed the way higher education treats women and since, women have passed men in graduation rates. Title IX protects against sex-based discrimination based in education....

The presentation on intersectionality. Photo credit: Catie Weimer

Chew on this: Intersectional identity kicks off Food for Thought talk

Catie Weimer March 13, 2022

Andrea Salcedo, mentor adviser for Access & Diversity, and Olga Antonio, mentor coordinator for Access & Diversity, led the discussion on intersectional identity at the "Honors Program Food for...

Eric Cech presents a graph breaking down the percentage of different racial and ethnic groups who have a bachelors degree, a doctorate degree and those who are employed. Photo credit: Lexie Andrew

An imbalance in STEM

Lexie Andrew January 31, 2022

Confronting topics of diversity and equality in the STEM field, Erin Cech, an associate professor of sociology and mechanical engineering departments at the University of Michigan, held a lecture over...

Members of the Weber State University Ballet Folklórico group watch a video of a past performance during a community event celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month at Weber State on Sept. 30. Photo credit: Weber State University

Una mirada amplia a la inclusión en WSU

Andres Rodriguez October 4, 2021

Es posible que Weber State University no parezca ser un lugar para la diversidad, ya que menos del 1% de la población estudiantil, o 268 estudiantes en 2020, está compuesta por estudiantes internacionales...

A photo of Hoover Schools first grade class of 1944 is shared for all members of the Zoom call to see. Photo credit: Lissete Landaverde

The overlooked story of the first step toward desegregation

Lissete Landaverde March 31, 2021

It is well-known that the Brown v. Board of Education Supreme Court case led to the desegregation of schools across the country. Less well-known is another case that came before that paved the way for...

Chetan Chandrashekhar, a University of Washington freshman who describes himself as a moderate Democrat, said he supports a mix of changes to Social Security, including raising the tax cap and the retirement age, an approach commonly cited by local millennials. (Erika Schutlz/The Seattle Times/MCT)

Under the protests, the generation war wages

Ashton Corsetti November 28, 2016

All prejudice is ridiculous in its nature, and generational resentment is one of the worst.Most forms of prejudice can be traced to an “accident of birth” in sex, ethnic background or even...

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