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It Takes A Village

The Chemist Who Became President

Get to know new president Charles A. Wight.


Parkman of Alcatraz

Parkman of Alcatraz

Alumnus is park ranger on "The Rock."


A Summer in China

English professor Michael Wutz details wondrous world of the Middle Kingdom.


Hoops Legends

WSU celebrates 50 years of Division I basketball. Plus, Damian Lillard wins Rookie of the Year.


The Young & the Studious

The Young & the Studious

At 15, WSU’s youngest student is dreaming of medical school.



N. Dwight Stevenson ’48 was drafted into the U.S. Army at the end of his first quarter at Weber College. He served in World War II and trained as a surgical technician while stationed in Korea. Upon discharge, he returned to Weber, completed his studies and married LuRue Alma Peterson ’48. The couple moved to California, where Dwight worked for Southern California Gas Co. For 38 years, first in engineering, then upper management. In 1990, the Stevensons moved back to Ogden, where LuRue passed away in 2001. Dwight serves on the WSU Alumni Association’s Emeriti Alumni Council. Active in the LDS church, he has served as bishop, stake president, temple ordinance worker, and is currently fulfilling a service mission. Dwight and LuRue have three children, 10 grandchildren and 12 great-grandchildren.

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