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A bookshelf located at the front of Stewart Library, filled with free books available for students.

Biblioteca Stewart: una pieza central del campus

Daniela Imbrett, Translator September 14, 2023

Cada año que pasa, la Biblioteca Stewart de Weber State University continúa siendo una ubicación en constante evolución en el campus a medida que continúa agregando nuevos recursos y utilidades para...

The exterior of the Stewart Library building on the Ogden Weber State campus.

Stewart Library: The heart of campus

Cooper Hatsis, Reporter September 14, 2023

With every passing year Weber State University’s Stewart Library continues to be an ever-evolving location on campus as it continues to add new resources and utilities to help students succeed. Consisting...

Weber delves deeper into film

Cooper Hatsis, Reporter August 28, 2023

Editors Note: The film studies and communications programs are separate programs  With every passing semester, Weber State University’s video program continues to grow new opportunities and courses...

Headphones on the windowsill of the podcast studio for use during recording in the studio.

A chat with the ‘Cats

Brisa Odenthal, Reporter January 19, 2023

After the social and political turmoil of 2020, some members of Weber State University’s faculty joined together to create the “Wildcat Conversations” podcast. The podcast, which is on its third...

A screenshot from the Weber Podcats website showing their Wildcat logo and their name. Photo credit: Marisa Nelson

The world of the Podcats

Marisa Nelson March 17, 2021

Mackenzie Dessin also contributed to this story. Podcasts have become increasingly popular among many and are a growing way to get information out to the public. The Weber Podcats, made up of members of...

WSU professors launch new podcast about racism

WSU professors launch new podcast about racism

Lissete Landaverde October 7, 2020

While it's never an easy conversation to have, it is important to talk about racism, which is what three Weber State University professors are doing with their new Wildcat Conversations: Racism podcast...

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How much credit is due?

Mekenzie Williams October 3, 2019

Many podcast genres (especially those of true crime, history and politics) rely heavily on the hosts reading out stories that have been gathered from other sources. While some work to be as ethical as...

Beyond your phone: communicating in a screen world

Beyond your phone: communicating in a screen world

Hannah Olsen March 11, 2019

Riaz Patel, the twice-Emmy nominated producer for NBC, Discovery and the Oprah Winfrey Network, has made a life out of communicating in a media-driven world, and he's got a rule for everyone about being...

Microphone Pop Filter Music Podcast Sound Studio (Max Pixel)

Utah podcasts create waves

Ana Lichfield November 29, 2018

When talk radio first hit the airwaves in 1906, professional broadcasters were the only ones able to tell homegrown stories to local listeners. Over 100 years later, internet podcasting made this form...

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