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Police Blotter 10/17

Sky Mundell, Asst. News Editor October 17, 2023

Eyes that follow you On Oct. 4 at around 2 p.m., the Weber State University Police Department was dispatched to a suspicious incident at the Swenson Gym. The woman who made the complaint told police...

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Police blotter 11/10/21

Joshua Kamp November 10, 2021

Harassment emailsWeber State University police met with a complainant on Nov. 3 to discuss options in dealing with a communications harassment case. The complainant was receiving multiple emails from an...

Sexual harassment is widely unreported, but there are many resources available on WSU campuses that help survivors. Photo credit: Aubree Eckhardt

Finding help at WSU when you need it the most

Jennifer Greenlee April 21, 2021

In early March, the United Nations Women National Committee United Kingdom released a study with a startling statistic about sexual harassment: 97% of women between the ages of 18 and 24 have faced some...

The purple ribbon is used for domestic violence awareness, recognized in the month of October. Photo credit: Pixabay

Understanding how to support sexual misconduct survivors

Lissete Landaverde October 26, 2020

Weber State University’s Women’s Center held a presentation for faculty and staff about supporting survivors of sexual misconduct on Oct. 22 via Zoom.Sexual misconduct is not just sexual assault...

Statistics show that most victims of sexual assault know their attackers and that 85 to 90 percent of assaults are alcohol related. Sexual assault victims at Tinker can call 734-SARC, which is a 24-hour hotline. (Air Force photo illustration by Margo Wright)

Women’s Center confidentiality status furthers fight against sexual assault

Briana Whatcott September 15, 2017

The Women's Center's recent change to confidentiality status furthers the efforts of Weber State University to protect victims of sexual assault. Before this change, students who came to the Women’s...

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