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WSU Ballroom Dance Club hosts O-Town Hoedown

WSU Ballroom Dance Club hosts O-Town Hoedown

Men and women dressed in cowboy boots and hats for Weber State University’s hoedown on Wednesday night. The event started at 8:30 p.m. and opened with a line dance, followed by a 30-minute lesson. Men scrambled to find partners while some women danced with their friends during the shindig. Madison Stratton, the president of the […]

WSU alum-run Good Company Theatre runs “Cowboy Mouth”

Alicia Washington, a Weber State University musical theater 2010 alumna, grew a vague notion into a dream into the intimate theater space called Good Company Theatre that opened Nov. 2, 2012 on Ogden’s Historic 25th Street. Having seen “parlor-style” theater in New York and Chicago, Washington determined that Ogden itself was a perfect place for […]

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Many of us hit zone-out mode the moment someone mentions history and politics, so we’re going to start by throwing out some words our Twitter feed tells us are all the rage: nuclear zombies. Do we have your attention? Well, this column isn’t actually about toxic undead that glow radioactive-green while simultaneously mutating your cells […]

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In advertising, there used to be a term called WOM campaigning, which was basically the fancy staple word for good word-of-mouth publicity. The goal was to prove that whatever thing/person/service you were trying to expose to a mass amount of people was so amazing/crazy that people would tell their friends, and their friends would tell […]

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People in the audience cried and wiped their eyes as poet Asia Samson recited a poem he wrote about the death of his sister. “I bet when you came into this theater, you didn’t think you would be laughing and crying all at one time, right?” Samson said once the poem was finished. “I think […]

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A panel discussed and analyzed the national trend of criminalizing children instead of educating them, referred to as the school-to-prison pipeline, Wednesday morning in the Wildcat Theater. The four panelists were Emily Chiang, a professor of law of the University of Utah; Forrest Crawford, a professor at Weber State University; Brenda Valles, a professor at […]

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