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In remembrance of Thanksgiving

Poor Thanksgiving. We hardly knew ye. I remember the first year that my mother and grandmother prepared for Black Friday on Thanksgiving evening. Keep in mind that this is back in the day when The Junction was the Ogden Mall. That’s where they were going. They wanted to wake up at 4 in the morning […]

Former poet laureate shares Antarctica poems

[media-credit name="Cade Clark" align="alignleft" width="300"][/media-credit]Former Utah poet laureate Katharine Coles shared her experiences of visiting Antarctica with students for the Water Works series presented by Weber State University. The poetry reading took place on Thursday, Oct. 4. “She’s here tonight as part of Weber State’s yearlong program dedicated to the study of water called Water […]

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Photographer sets off Water Works project

This month, the art gallery in the Shepherd Union Building features photography of avian water life. Rosalie Winard, the Convocations speaker on Sept. 20, took these photographs in order to inform the public about conservation and awareness of large wetland birds and their habitats in North America. “Rosalie Winard has been documenting the water birds […]

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Greek theater often touched on two genres of dramas, tragedy and comedy. Oftentimes, the Greek comedies were satirical and mocked those in power. The tragedies, on the other hand, were written to comment on social policy or the consequences of one’s actions. This week, Weber State University offers a selection from both genres for students, […]

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Jazz at the Station reunites former Wildcats

On Wednesday, Sept. 12, the Weber State University department of performing arts hosted its last Jazz at the Station program for the summer months. The final summer performance was originally scheduled to be held outside in the fountain plaza of the Union Station on Ogden’s Historic 25th Street. Because of a banquet being held by […]

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Shaw Gallery welcomes new manager

The Mary Elizabeth Dee Shaw Gallery, located in the Kimball Arts Building, was without a manager for three years until Weber State University hired Katie Lee. Lee has an extensive background in art, including art administration and art history. She has curated exhibits, planned arts festivals, worked with juried art shows, created grant and scholarship […]

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