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Look upon my work, ye lowly, and despair

Look upon my work, ye lowly, and despair

Cole Eckhardt February 28, 2019

The wall has never been about national security. Trump’s drivel about Syrian suicide bombers infiltrating America via Tijuana aside, every step toward its construction has been evidence to the contrary. During...

April 4, Middle East editor for Newsweek Magazine, Janine di Giovanni spoke at Weber State University  about the Syrian conflict. (Gabe Cerritos / The Signpost)

Middle East Newsweek editor spotlights Syrian plight

Chris Nichols April 6, 2017

Middle East Editor of Newsweek Magazine, Janine di Giovanni, spoke at Weber State University on April 4 about the tragic realities of the present Syrian conflict that she witnessed while reporting on location. di...

Sahar Kassab, right, speaks to a reporter off camera next to her husband Basel Awarek, center, and daughter Laila Awarek, left. They are refugees from Homs, Syria. (John Gastaldo/San Diego Union-Tribune/TNS)

Panel to break down Middle Eastern prejudice and bigotry

Nathaniel Cragun April 7, 2016

Just as other generations have held prejudices and bigotry towards other people due to race, ethnicity, religion or nationality, this current generation faces a similar dilemma of prejudice and bigotry.The...

Students discuss dispelling cultural stereotypes

November 22, 2012

Mark Zuckerberg launched Facebook in February 2004. It currently serves approximately 1 billion users. Twitter, founded by Jack Dorsey in 2006, provides for 500 million users. Aside from the logistics,...

Hope for oil independence

January 26, 2012

During a presentation by Weber State University professors on Wednesday, a shared opinion was that the United States needs to decrease its dependence on foreign oil for economic and environmental reasons. Nazneen...

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