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Students to perform opera scenes

Students from the Weber State University Department of Performing Arts will showcase different opera scenes tomorrow. Spring Opera Scenes is an annual show put on by the Opera Scenes class that alternates between opera scenes and full opera performances. As a preview, the 2014 show includes many scenes from the 2015 opera, “Madame Butterfly” by Giacomo […]

Last week, WSU’s production of “Mockingbird” came to a close. The play centered on a young girl with autism named Caitlin, played by Camry Bagley. The objective of the play and the director, WSU professor Tracy Callahan, was to bring a humanized view to people with autism. Upon viewing “Mockingbird,” it didn’t feel like that […]

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WSU, Gear:30 host seventh annual Ogden Climbing Festival

The Weber State University Outdoor Program and Gear:30, a local outdoor equipment store, will host the seventh annual Ogden Climbing Festival on April 10-12. The majority of the events will take place Saturday at the Lower Ogden Boulder Field located at the top of Lake Street in Ogden. The rest of the events, including the […]

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Diversity Center to host night of LGBTQ celebration

Weber State University’s Center of Diversity and Unity, along with the Associated Actors and Technicians of WSU, will host The Side of Love: A Cabaret of Celebration on Saturday. The event will take place in the Dumke Legacy Hall, located inside the Hurst Center for Lifelong Learning on WSU’s Ogden campus. The cabaret is intended […]

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I really admire female vocalists. Especially ones who don’t belt it out and have power in that way, but instead, songstresses who slowly and quietly build their voices into something truly incredible. Sally Seltmann is this type of songstress. Her 2014 release, “Hey Daydreamer,” brings this Aussie contemporary pop star closer to home. Except for […]

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Walker Institute hosts meeting with candidates

More than 200 students and community members met with political candidates from Davis, Weber and Morgan counties Tuesday at the Hurst Center to hear their platforms. The Olene S. Walker Institute of Politics and Public Service at Weber State University sponsored the event, the last of its political leadership series. “There’s a lot of complaining about […]

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