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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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Students let loose at Clubs & Orgs Carnival

Weber State University’s annual Clubs & Organizations Carnival celebrated the closing of another school year on Wednesday. The WSU Student Association hosts the carnival each year to allow clubs and organizations around campus to promote their causes and encourage students to join them. “The purpose is to show off all of the incredible things that […]

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Students and faculty shuffled into Weber State University’s Center for Diversity and Unity on Wednesday to attend the last Taboo Talks of the semester. The focus of the discussion was on rape culture, as April is Sexual Assault Awareness Month. Amy Pittman, the Common Ground chair for the CDU, said the goal of the discussion was to […]

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Students learn island culture at Pacific Islander Heritage Festival

The month of May brings Asian-American and Pacific Islander heritage to the forefront. Weber State University’s Center for Diversity and Unity hosted a festival Monday, reining in the celebration a little early, to show students what it means to be an islander. “It’s a good culture,” said Pacific Islander students senator Jared Shaw. “It’s a […]

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Speaker recalls Japanese-American internment camps

When most people think of the Holocaust, the first thing that comes to mind is the Jewish plight. The mistreatment of Japanese-Americans in the United States during World War II is often forgotten. Presented by the Weber State University Center for Diversity & Unity, Holocaust remembrance speaker Yukio Shimomura discussed Utah’s Topaz internment camp Wednesday […]

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