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Día blanco Japonés : El amor en culturas diferentes

Nathanael Stout February 14, 2023

La mayoría de las personas asocian el día de San Valentín con regalos y chocolates románticos, pero en Japón y otras culturas asiáticas, ese día es una cuando se dan regalos a los amados, amigos...

Anti-Valentine’s Club

Anti-Valentine’s Club

Terra Bell and Megan Swann February 14, 2023

Every Valentine’s Day many couple’s race out to buy the best gift for their partners. But what about those who have just gone through a breakup? With all the lovey-dovey messages and energy going around,...


Japanese White Day: Love in different cultures

Shania Emmett, Reporter February 14, 2023

Most people associate Valentine’s Day with giving chocolates and gifts romantically, but in Japan and other Asian cultures, Valentine's Day has been more thought of as a holiday for giving loved ones,...

In Pieces, a musical based around the songs of Joey Contreras, opened at Weber State University. Photo credit: Weber State University

The pieces of a musical

Makayla Geddes December 6, 2021

A new musical based on songs by songwriter Joey Contreras titled "In Pieces," opened as a regional premiere on Dec. 3, with Weber State University Theatre being one of the first in the state to showcase...

Members of the Weber State University Ballet Folklorico group take part in one of the community events celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month at Weber State on Sept. 30. Photo credit: Weber State University

Celebrating the dead once more

Caitlyn Nichols November 10, 2021

Celebrations in Ogden for Día de los Muertos, or Day of the Dead, finished with a final, lively night at The Monarch on Nov. 5, including dances from the Weber State University Ballet Folklórico. The...

Jo Blake presents Chloé Valdary for Browning Presents! on Oct. 13. Photo credit: Caitlyn Nichols

National writer and entrepreneur speaks on the arts and her Theory of Enchantment

Caitlyn Nichols October 14, 2020

On Oct. 13, Browning Presents! featured Chloé Valdary, founder of the Theory of Enchantment, who spoke about her theory as well as the importance of the arts and pop culture in life.The presentation...

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Digital dating: love, lust and leisure at your fingertips

Francisco Ruiz January 4, 2020

The glow of the phone screen seemed to hypnotize Brock Mayhew. The swift movement of his thumb, swiping left or right, was the only indication he was exerting some effort in the task. Countless pictures...

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Banning conversion therapy would have been a shock to Utah’s system. But it didn’t pass.

Daryn Steed March 18, 2019

On March 4, Utah was on the cusp of becoming the most conservative state to ban conversion therapy, the psuedoscientific programs designed to change a person's sexual orientation. HB 399, the legislation...

Love, sex, comedy and pursuing happiness

Tyler Hoffman September 22, 2015

Emily Fox is a single parent raising two kids, working full time and using comedy to inspire herself and others. She loves and empowers herself as a woman. She embraces the idea that it is OK to have...

The chemical reaction called love

February 19, 2015

Love is a science. There are psychological reasons behind both attraction and the actual act of falling in love with someone. “They say opposites attract, but I feel like the more similar you are...

5 weird Valentine's Day gifts

February 17, 2015

When it comes to Valentine's Day gifts, you could go with the standard roses, boxes of chocolates or stuffed animals. However, if you want to say "I love you" in a special way, I've selected the best unique...

Lecciones de amor en mi infancia

February 12, 2015

Cuando era niña, siempre me preguntaba si las representaciones de amor en los cuentos de hadas de dibujos animados eran legítimos. Me gustaba soñar que mi príncipe azul me llevaba lejos y esperaba...

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