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Transgender youth are being mistreated across the country

Windsor Moore, Contributor April 18, 2023

Since 2020, state legislatures across the United States have taken aim at transgender youth, passing law after law to limit gender-affirming resources and care necessary to their transition. In 2020,...

The future for last year’s champions

Rayshaun Baker-Lynch, Asst. sports editor January 31, 2023

Weber State University’s women’s softball team dominated last season, going 13–1 in the Big Sky and 38–10 overall. They were named 2022 Big Sky conference champions and won their ninth overall...

Luna and Nova rest together inside their new habitat at the Dallas Zoo on Sept. 8, 2021.

News Quiz 1/17

Alexandrea Bonilla, Managing Editor January 17, 2023

QUESTIONS: 1. What has a recent study by the University of California and Stanford University found a potential COVID-19 cure for? A. Loss of taste B. Loss of breath C. Loss of smell D. Body aches 2....

Chinonso Opara leading the WSU football team out of the tunnel and onto the field during their game with Western Oregon on Sept. 1.

Opinion: Wildcats on top of week one power rankings

Simon Mortensen, Asst. sports editor September 29, 2022

The Big Sky Conference football preseason is wrapping up, and it’s time for in-conference play. Coming into week two of the regular season, it’s time to look at which teams are on pace and which teams...

Weber State preparing to play against Northern Colorado on Nov. 20, 2021.

Opinion: Opportunities and obstacles of Big Sky Football

Simon Mortensen, Asst. sports editor July 18, 2022

With many of the key players in the Big Sky graduating over spring, this season starts a new era. The fall season is just around the corner, and major questions will be answered. For example, will Sacramento...

Homecoming domination: ’Cats rush into history

Homecoming domination: ’Cats rush into history

Jake Mcmahon September 24, 2017

On a dark and gloomy Saturday night, the Wildcats of Weber State University were anything but glum, overwhelming the UC Davis Aggies 41–3 on homecoming night and making history in the process. The...

WSU football wins 25-24 in fourth quarter comeback

Michael Grennell October 19, 2015

On the brink of losing their second consecutive home game, the Weber State University football team rallied together to score 15 unanswered points in the fourth quarter in a come-from-behind 25-24 win...

An 8-bit Conversation: Misogyny in geek culture

September 2, 2014

On May 23, 2014 a man by the name of Elliot Rodger decided to go on a killing spree because the beautiful women of the University of California, Santa Barbara would not give him the time, attention...

Cartoon shows adults love too

July 27, 2014

Once we advance from tween years we tend to leave the childish life behind. Gone are playing with toys and holding hands with Mom. One thing that stays consistent is television, and our favorite childhood...

Five lovable television characters

July 10, 2014

Once in a while a television show premiere leaves its audience captivated by the characters, and sometimes those characters have such a distinct appeal the viewers are left wanting more. I introduce...

Canceled shows that will be missed

June 25, 2014

May saw the cancellation of a long list of television shows. Many of the shows were in their first season and had barely gotten off the ground before they were axed. If you didn't get a chance to catch...

Top five must-see TV shows

June 15, 2014

1. "The Americans" This classic 80s spy show takes you into the world of secret meetings, killer gadgets and unimaginable disguises. Set during the Cold War, Russian spies live among Americans, performing...

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