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David Rhone setting up his booth in Shepard Union for the El Mercadito.

Un pequeño mercado con un gran impacto

Mariano Martinez Martinez, traductor October 5, 2023

El 1 y 2 de octubre, el atrio de Weber State University en Shepherd Union se llenó de música y comerciantes coloridos, lo que significaba la vuelta de El Mercadito. El Mercadito es un pequeño mercado...

Students had the opportunity to buy handmade dolls at the Mercadito event.

Artesanía de la cultura

Marianna Lopez Luritta October 13, 2022

Vendedores hispanos y latinos compartieron su artesanía y una mirada a su cultura y herencia en el Mercadito. El Mercadito fue el 4 y 5 de octubre en la Universidad Estatal de Weber. Mónica Rodríguez,...

Jennifer Duenaz twirling her skirt.

Cultural craftsmanship

Lexie Andrew, Asst. culture editor October 13, 2022

Hispanic and Latino vendors shared their craftsmanship and a look into their culture and heritage at el Mercadito. El Mercadito was on Oct. 4 and 5 at Weber State University. Monica Rodriguez, a multicultural...

Homeland security secretary Kirstjen Nielsen in the Oval Office of the White House in Washington, D.C., on March 15. (Olivier Douliery/Abaca Press/TNS)

Do you know your news? April 4

Nic Muranaka April 3, 2019

1. Which Grammy-nominated rapper was shot to death in the street on March 31? a. LL Cool J b. Nipsey Hussle c. Tyler, the Creator 2. Claims of a Democratic presidential candidate hopeful touching people...

Haitian Prime Minister Jean Henry Ceant, center, during his oath of office, at the National Palace, in Port-au-Prince, Haiti on Sept. 17 2018. Haitis Lower Chamber of Deputies fired Prime Minister Ceant and his government Monday. (Jean Marc Herve Abelard/EFE/Zuma Press/TNS)

Do you know your news? March 21

Nic Muranaka March 20, 2019

1. Cyclone Idai hit what country on March 15, leaving an official death count of 84 and displacing upwards of 400,000 people? a. Kenya b. Mozambique c. Somalia 2. Which country just fired its governmental...

US Customs and Border Protection San Diego has closed road and pedestrian bridges in both directions at the San Ysidro port of entry.

Tear gas tyranny

Danya Gil November 28, 2018

Over Thanksgiving weekend, a holiday fronting as a time for family gatherings, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) agents fired tear gas at migrants, including children. Images of women and children...

A person peers through the border fence from Tijuana, Mexico to Imperial Beah Calif. in April, 2016. Mexico has announced that they will not accept deportees from third countries. (Source: Tribune News Service)

MUNDO HISPANO

Paula Ninataype February 27, 2017

México niega la entrada de deportados de otros paísesEl Departamento de Seguridad Nacional en un memorando sugirió que los funcionarios de inmigración estadounidenses podrían deportar...

Miles de personas marcha para el 1er aniversario de la desaparición de los 43 estudiantes de Ayotzinapa el 26 de septiembre de 2015. (Photo by Bénédicte Desrus)

Mundo Hispano

Paula Ninataype October 23, 2016

Venezuela calificó como un golpe de EstadoEl líder opositor, Henrique Capriles llamó a sus seguidores a movilizarse el próximo miércoles para restablecer el hilo constitucional.La...

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...

Science Weekly: Biologists lure jaguars using Calvin Klein cologne

November 23, 2013

A warning for men traipsing around the jungles of Guatemala — do not wear Calvin Klein's Obsession for Men.  This cologne is being used by biologists Rony Garcia and Jose Moreira from the Wildlife...

CDU hosts fiesta for National Hispanic and Latino Heritage Month

September 19, 2013

Weber State University's Center for Diversity and Unity hosted a fiesta in honor of National Hispanic and Latino Heritage Month. The fiesta featured students from around the world who spoke about their...

Study-abroad class helps fund Guatemalan small businesses

July 1, 2013

Weber State University Wildcats traveled 2,500 miles to the Guatemalan city of San Pedro La Laguna, where students and faculty recently participated in a microfinance program benefiting Mayan women as...

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