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Participants in the Take Back the Night march on 25th Street in April 2018. Photo credit: Weber State University

A night of awareness

ezra striley-weinman April 4, 2022

Take Back The Night, an event held to bring more awareness to and end sexual violence, took place on April 1. April is also sexual assault awareness month, and Weber State University's Women's Center decided...

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Police Blotter March 18

Rebecca Baggett March 16, 2022

Harassment of queer studentWhen a student returned to her vehicle in the A10 lot after class on Feb. 25 around 1 p.m., she observed “WWJD,” symbolizing "What Would Jesus Do," written in the...

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...

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Police Blotter Jan. 21

Rebecca Baggett January 19, 2022

Reaching for an answerA person was slouched over in their car and appeared not to be moving at around 7 a.m. on Jan. 6. An officer approached the vehicle to speak with the driver. The driver was reaching...

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Police blotter 11/10/21

Joshua Kamp November 10, 2021

Harassment emailsWeber State University police met with a complainant on Nov. 3 to discuss options in dealing with a communications harassment case. The complainant was receiving multiple emails from an...

The purple ribbon is used for domestic violence awareness, recognized in the month of October. Photo credit: Pixabay

Understanding how to support sexual misconduct survivors

Lissete Landaverde October 26, 2020

Weber State University’s Women’s Center held a presentation for faculty and staff about supporting survivors of sexual misconduct on Oct. 22 via Zoom.Sexual misconduct is not just sexual assault...

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Police blotter 2/28

Marisa Nelson February 26, 2020

Suspicious personOn Feb. 22, a suspicious male was reported to be looking for his fiance in the Union Building. The male student who reported the incident was worried it could be a domestic problem. Officers...

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Police Blotter 9/4

Jennifer Greenlee September 4, 2019

Noise ComplaintsOn Sept. 3, a student in the dorm called in a noise complaint. When police arrived, they found individuals watching a movie and asked them to lower the volume.A noise complaint was called...

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Police Blotter

Jennifer Greenlee August 29, 2019

Medical Emergencies During the Late Night at Weber event on Aug. 23, an attendee passed out and hit her head on concrete. Police responded and called Ogden Fire for a medical response. When medical arrived,...

New research from Dorothy Espelage, education psychologist, shows that college students who were bullied as children reported higher levels of depression, anxiety and PTSD. (Source: Tribune News Service) Photo credit: Tribune News Service

Science Weekly: Effects of bullying are long-lasting

Kellie Plumhof September 6, 2016

Children are often taught a simple rhyme to help them deal with bullying at school. “Sticks and stones may break my bones, but words will never hurt me.” Despite the reassurance of the rhyme,...

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