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Ogden OUTreach reaches beyond community

Ogden OUTreach reaches beyond community

Ogden OUTreach is working to better the Ogden community as a whole by providing information, programs and support to LGBTQ youth ages 14-23 to help them build happy, healthy lives, and its influence is reaching far beyond its target group. “OUTreach provides low-cost/free diversity training, as well as resources for community groups, churches, businesses, law enforcement, schools […]

As much as I know that I bleed purple for Weber State Wildcats, I do not follow WSU sports very closely. It is difficult to attend all the sporting events and balance my already heavily involved load of work on campus. However, I believe that even if you don’t follow sports, but are a die-hard […]

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Local hip-hop scene grows from Soul and Color

Hip-hop music has been a part of music frontlines since the ’70s. Since then, the term “hip-hop” has been redefined in society over and over again. James “Earthworm” McEvoy, a local hip-hop artist, is taking his style back to the roots. “I’ve been writing my whole life,” McEvoy said. “And just in the past two […]

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The Wine Cellar, one of the only jazz and blues clubs in Ogden, is a basement bar started by Walter “Mitch” Mitchell eight years ago. “I always, in my own little way, wanted my own place,” Mitchell said. “I talked about it, dreamed about it for years.” Mitchell said he had his eye on the […]

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O-Town Arts is a studio started by four artists, alumni of Weber State University and current students, to provide a place to work and hold art shows. “It serves a couple of different purposes,” said Holly Jarvis, one of the artists renting the studio space. “We want, first of all, to provide ourselves with a […]

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What if we could solve all problems, confrontations and awkward moments with dancing? Go with me here. What if dancing was an intricate part of our communication with one another to avoid those moments that make us feel uncomfortable? For example, imagine you get home from work to find that your roommate has eaten the […]

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