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The word graduate written on the African Diaspora stole.

La palabra graduar escrita en la estola de diáspora africana.

Graduating with the Centers for Belonging and Cultural Engagement

Kennedy Camarena, Editor-in-chief November 28, 2023

When it comes to graduation at Weber State University, the Centers for Belonging and Cultural Engagement have different traditions for each graduate who graduates under their cultural centers. One of those...

This is Paiute Land is written on the sign that sits amongst the other lawn signs leading up to the Ogden campus.

Recognizing where we stand: Indigenous land declarations

Gracie Stephenson, Reporter October 17, 2023

Students walking around campus may notice new lawn signs around campus. Weber State University put land declarations to recognize the history of the land the university is on. Amanda Jones, multicultural...

Weber State University Hispanic Senator Jennifer Duenaz dancing Ballet Folklorico during Hispanic Heritage Month in 2022.

Under the umbrella of CBCE

Kennedy Camarena, Editor-in-chief August 28, 2023

The fall semester does not just mark the beginning of a new school year for some students, but the start of a new beginning for the cultural centers at Weber State University. All five of the cultural...

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