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Rainn Wilson speaks at WSU graduation

Rainn Wilson speaks at WSU graduation

Megan Swann, Section Editor April 29, 2024

In true Dwight Schrute fashion, Rainn Wilson opened his commencement speech with the words “Blood alone moves the wheels of history,” sending the crowd into an uproar. When calling back to an episode...

The welcome sign of Peterson, Utah, home of Wasatch Peaks Ranch.

Wasatch Peaks Ranch: Slopes just out of reach

Megan Swann, Contributor April 16, 2024

The 12,700 acres of pristine slopes on the east side of the Wasatch Mountains sit right in Morgan County’s backyard, but most residents will never get to see them, not unless they have $500,000 to spend...

Little Caesars delivery service is the best thing since sliced bread, says a customer receiving pizzas at her door, and panic ensues at Sliced Bread headquarters. Very nimbly rendered panic. In the note-perfect coda, the guy delivering another Little Caesars order is the Sliced Bread CEO, played by Rainn Wilson of The Office.

Rainn Wilson to speak at Weber State graduation commencement

Megan Swann, Section Editor April 9, 2024

Weber State University created excitement on its social media channels on March 22 by announcing that Rainn Wilson will be giving the 2024 commencement address. Wilson, known for portraying Dwight Schrute...

Staff member Marianna Lopez-Luritta.

La universidades de Utah colaboran con Amplify Utah y PBS Utah

Nelly Hernandez Tejada, Translator April 2, 2024

Bastantes de los artículos siguientes en esta edición vienen del 2024 Utah College Media Collaborative (Colaboración de medios universitarios en Utah de 2024). Este proyecto fue patrocinado por Amplify...

Students on the set of a short film.

WATIF presentará su primer festival de cine

Maria Mantilla, Traductor April 2, 2024

Un nuevo festival de cine llegará a Ogden el 6 de abril, creado exclusivamente por estudiantes de la Universidad Weber State. El Equipo Asesor para la Producción Cinematográfica Innovadora de Weber...

Staff member Marianna Lopez-Luritta.

Utah universities collaborate with Amplify Utah and PBS Utah

Brisa Odenthal, Section Editor April 2, 2024

Most of the following articles in this edition come from the 2024 Utah College Media Collaborative. This project was sponsored by Amplify Utah and PBS Utah, and sought to create a collaboration between...

Emma Hurst in a still from the short film Cleo, which was submitted to the festival.

WATIF to host its first film festival

Megan Swann, Section Editor April 2, 2024

A new film festival is rolling into Ogden on April 6, and this one is solely created by Weber State University students. Weber’s Advisory Team for Innovative Film Production will be hosting its first-ever...

Art professor at Weber State, Sara Serratos, teaching student Max Young about developing film (taken on film).

Oportunidades de becas de los artes

Nelly Hernandez Tejada, Translator March 26, 2024

Wiktoria Kolodziejczyk es una estudiante internacional de Polonia, está estudiando música instrumental y español. Ella toca el violín en la Universidad de Weber State, lo que le da una beca de artes...

Art professor at Weber State, Sara Serratos, teaching student Max Young about developing film (taken on film).

Scholarship opportunities for the arts

Megan Swann, Section Editor March 26, 2024

Wiktoria Kolodziejczyk is an international student from Poland, double majoring in instrumental performance and Spanish. She plays violin for Weber State University, which earns her a performing arts scholarship. “It’s...

Cooper Hartman (left) and Jaron Shereda (right) directing a prop used in the Amphibian production.

Behind “The Amphibians:” Creating a sustainable show

Megan Swann, Culture Editor February 27, 2024

A green Moroccan-style rug stands in for turf. A green bikini top represents a leaf in a canopy of trees. A melted soda bottle creates a translucent green flower. This is not your typical recreation...

Bathrooms, bills and bad news

Bathrooms, bills and bad news

Megan Swann, Culture Editor February 8, 2024

On Jan. 30, Governor Spencer Cox signed House Bill 257. This means schools and government buildings will now require people to use bathrooms, showers and locker rooms corresponding to their sex assigned...

Baños, propuestas de ley y malas noticias

Baños, propuestas de ley y malas noticias

Nelly Hernandez Tejada and Megan Swann February 8, 2024

El 30 enero, el Gobernador Spencer Cox aprobó el House Bill 257. Esto significa que escuelas y edificios del gobierno van a requerir las personas a usar baños, duchas y vestuarios correspondidos con...

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