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Painted T-shirts addressing violence against women hang along a clothesline above the Union atrium. The shirts were made for The Clothesline Project, hosted by Weber State Universitys Womens Center. (Emily Crooks / The Signpost)

Clothesline Project draws attention to effects of violence

Rachel Badali October 4, 2016

Dozens of T-shirts are hanging on clotheslines in the Shepherd Union Atrium and Stewart Wasatch Hall, each painted with a message to honor survivors of domestic and sexual violence. The string of...

La lucha contra el cáncer de mama en Weber

Keela Disterhaft October 25, 2015

Aunque octubre se asocia principalmente con el color naranja, rosa sería la siguiente más reconocible. Octubre alberga una serie de eventos pero uno en particular es la conciencia del Cáncer de Mama....

Fighting breast cancer at Weber

Keela Disterhaft October 25, 2015

Although October is mainly associated with the color orange, pink would be the next most recognizable. October hosts a number of events, but one in particular is Breast Cancer Awareness. Weber State...

Women's Center wants to know what love looks like

Keela Disterhaft September 26, 2015

October is Domestic Violence Prevention Month and the Weber State University Women’s Center is hosting a poster contest to support the awareness of domestic violence in connection with the Safe@Weber...

Halloween traditions change from childhood to college

October 30, 2012

By Katie Byrd & Karlee Berezay As children, Halloween means trick-or-treating, dressing up and watching scary movies. For many Weber State University students, growing up means traditions change....

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