One year after WSU began a series of conversations about race in Northern Utah, community members are invited to a panel discussion and interactive dialog to evaluate the outcome and plan next steps.
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Weber State University’s Storytelling Festival has given life to a great story — one that began in 1976 with a vision and will continue with an art exhibit July 24-28 at Union Station in Ogden.
Campus Recreation’s Outdoor Program will host the Women Only Rock Climbing Trip, and the Jerry & Vickie Moyes College of Education will launch a new Bachelor of Science in Outdoor & Community Recreation Education.
According to a survey commissioned by The Chronicle of Higher Education, Weber State University is one of 18, similarly sized institutions nationwide that made the “2017 Great Colleges to Work For” Honor Roll.
WSU is offering a wide range of youth summer camps, including filmmaking, computer design, 3-D printing for medical purposes, leadership and sports.
The first class of junior high students to complete the university's three-year summer school PREP program will showcase their work during the Graduation Celebration July 19 at 6:30 p.m.
Stewart Stadium will light up as Corps Encore brings several of the nation’s top drum and bugle corps to Utah for a one-night competition July 12.
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