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In remembrance of Thanksgiving

November 20, 2012

Poor Thanksgiving. We hardly knew ye. I remember the first year that my mother and grandmother prepared for Black Friday on Thanksgiving evening. Keep in mind that this is back in the day when The Junction...

Former poet laureate shares Antarctica poems

October 10, 2012

[media-credit name="Cade Clark" align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit]Former Utah poet laureate Katharine Coles shared her experiences of visiting Antarctica with students for the Water Works series...

Photographer sets off Water Works project

September 20, 2012

This month, the art gallery in the Shepherd Union Building features photography of avian water life. Rosalie Winard, the Convocations speaker on Sept. 20, took these photographs in order to inform the...

Greek Week offers comedy and tragedy

September 15, 2012

Greek theater often touched on two genres of dramas, tragedy and comedy. Oftentimes, the Greek comedies were satirical and mocked those in power. The tragedies, on the other hand, were written to comment...

Jazz at the Station reunites former Wildcats

September 13, 2012

On Wednesday, Sept. 12, the Weber State University department of performing arts hosted its last Jazz at the Station program for the summer months. The final summer performance was originally scheduled...

Shaw Gallery welcomes new manager

September 2, 2012

The Mary Elizabeth Dee Shaw Gallery, located in the Kimball Arts Building, was without a manager for three years until Weber State University hired Katie Lee. Lee has an extensive background in art, including...

DOVA and Shaw Gallery prep for faculty art exhibit

August 29, 2012

Every two years, the Mary Elizabeth Dee Shaw Gallery hosts the Biennial Faculty Exhibit in conjunction with Weber State University's department of visual arts. The event is an opportunity for WSU faculty...

Disney takes step in the right direction with "Brave"

July 14, 2012

This topic is coming up a bit late, but it’s something I thought was interesting. Having three jobs and running my section every three weeks in the summer can be a bit limiting. Brave came to theaters...

The women who inspire Weber

March 5, 2012

[media-credit name="Aimee Smith" align="alignright" width="200"][/media-credit]Many women throughout history have inspired, fought for and blazed trails for others. These women have been writers, professionals,...

They met on campus

February 13, 2012

[media-credit id=7 align="alignright" width="300"][/media-credit]Every day, taking a walk through the Weber State University campus could be an opportunity to meet a new person. Here are a few stories...

MLK column

January 16, 2012

Last October, I had the opportunity to visit Washington D.C. and Maryland with several other journalism and broadcasting majors from Weber State University. We had one day to see the sites before we were...

Weber Reads!

January 9, 2012

For the past five years, Weber State University has collaborated with the Weber County Library, Weber County Commission and Standard Examiner to bring the Ogden community the Weber Reads! program. Committee...

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