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Artist Antonius Oki introduces himself to his audience. Photo credit: Kennedy Robins

An artist’s ownership

Coby Crisler March 23, 2022

Weber State University students and faculty had the opportunity to attend a lecture given by the artist Antonius Oki Wiriadjaia on March 18 in the Browning Center. Wiriadjaia, also known by his artist...

Flor de Toloache is known as New York City’s “First and Only All-Female Mariachi Group. Photo credit: Caitlyn Nichols

Una velada con las mujeres de Flor de Toloache

Andres Rodriguez February 8, 2021

El Lindquist College of Arts and Humanities de WSU organizó una actuación virtual del grupo de mariachis femenino Flor de Toloache el 5 de febrero como el evento principal de la serie "¡Browning...

On Oct. 17, Hugo Caicedo presented on African Latin Americans and their contributions to Latin culture. (Lissete Landaverde)

African Latin Americans: The overlooked group in the Latino community

Lissete Landaverde October 19, 2020

Hugo Caicedo gave a presentation on Oct. 17 via Zoom about how African Latinos, who make up a large portion of Latin America, have contributed to Latin American culture and impacted the United States. This...

Image from Andrew Barrett Watson Photo credit: Andrew Barrett Watson

Dance Theatre of Harlem comes to Weber

Kierstynn King November 14, 2019

Dance Theatre of Harlem was at the top of Onstage Ogden's "acts to get to Ogden" wish-list. With the help of Browning Presents!, the Dance Theatre of Harlem performed at Weber State University on Nov....

Maureen hopes to spread awareness about  opioid addiction with her personal story of her daughter (Israel Campa / The Signpost)

Lessening the stigma of opioid addiction

Kenlee East October 13, 2019

A Weber State University 1999 graduate, Maureen Cavanagh, came back to WSU to teach students about opioid addiction and how she learned through family experience how to combat it. Author of “If You...

An emotional Charlotte Scott stands near her charred Volvo in Redwood Valley, Calif., on October 18, 2017. On the night of the Redwood Valley fire, Scott raced her car down the roughly three-mile dirt road from her house with her two daughters, 3 and 7, and her 9-year-old stepson and 14-year-old stepdaughter. She reversed to do a three-point-turn on the narrow road with almost no visibility. She misjudged, and her back wheels dropped into a ditch. (Genaro Molina/Los Angeles Times/TNS)

Do you know your news? Nov. 9

Patrick Luo November 9, 2017

1. The Oct. 8 fire in which valley left survivors asking for a detailed dispatch report to improve notification efforts for natural disasters?a. Centralb. El Duradoc. Redwood2. How many protesters were...

Students volunteer through Weber State Universitys Center for Community Engaged Learning. (Source: Haille Van Patten)

Alternative Fall Break takes students to Zion

Rachel Badali October 16, 2016

Ten students are heading south to spend their fall break immersed in Zion National Park. The students will devote three days to volunteering in the desert as part of Alternative Fall Break, a program...

My New York minute

April 21, 2015

From the sun rising over the Brooklyn Bridge to the bright lights of Times Square's night life, New York City runs at a pace all its own. It is estimated that 39 million tourists visit Times Square...

WSU student takes passion to national stage

November 25, 2014

From working in control rooms to finding random props throughout New York City, WSU electronic media and entertainment major Dylan Allred has just about seen it all. Taking his senior internship to the...

Viewpoint: Zimmerman brings needed discussion on race and crime

July 15, 2013

While the George Zimmerman case has reached its non-guilty verdict in court, it is far from closed in the public's eye. To some, Zimmerman is a racially profiling criminal getting away with murder. They...

Street photography in art gallery

March 20, 2012

[media-credit id=7 align="alignright" width="300"][/media-credit]The art gallery in the Shepherd Union Building now features the artwork of Jose Joao Name, a photographer from Sao Paulo, Brazil. The display,...

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