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Students, staff and faculty at Weber State University listen as Dr. Myisha Cherry, assistant professor of philosphy at the University of California, gives a lecture. Photo credit: Nikki Dorber

Rage against racism

Makayla Geddes November 17, 2021

Myisha Cherry highlighted rage, the way it affects anti-racism efforts and how it can be used productively to further a purpose, in a lecture on Nov. 11 at Weber State University.Cherry is an assistant...

Using brown working gloves and rods bent into circles, artist Michael Pribich of New York hopes to represent the forever need for essential workers. To visit Pribichs work visit the Vida, Muerte, Justica art exhibit in The Monarch in Ogden.  (Nikki Dorber/The Signpost)(Nikki Dorber/The Signpost)

Life, Death, Justice

Alexandrea Bonilla October 4, 2021

The United States Census reports that Ogden has one of the largest Latinx and Hispanic communities in Utah, composing roughly 31.9% of the population.Ogden Contemporary Arts is collaborating with Weber...

Kayla Griffin is stepping up as the diversity and inclusive programs director this year. Photo credit: Weber State University

Leading diversity with passion and experience

Jazmyne Olson September 3, 2021

Kayla Griffin wears many hats at Weber State University: professor, volunteer coach, committee chair and more. This summer, she added another title: the Diversity and Inclusive Programs Coordinator.While...

Dr. Jason Cowell of University of Wisconsin, Greenbay, explains his studies of the neural development of moral judgment and moral action of children.  (Nikki Dorber / The Signpost)

Exploring morality and fairness through the minds of children

Lissete Landaverde November 23, 2020

The WSU Neuroscience Program and Club wrapped up their Neuroscience Lecture series on Nov. 19 by hosting a lecture presented by Jason Cowell, "Empathy, Morality, & Fairness in the Brain," via Zoom. Cowell,...

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Be your own Batman

Alexandra Harris June 27, 2016

As the gavel came down in the Stanford rape case, fury ignited across the nation. The crime was heinous, the defendant and his family perpetuated the trauma with callous and unapologetic statements, and...

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