2021 Archives

Looking Back on 2021 at Weber State

Here is a look at the highlights for the year, including a return to in-person events and performances, graduation ceremonies under the stadium lights and celebrating 50 years of the iconic Stewart Bell Tower.

WSU Hosts African American Ancestry DNA Reveal

The African American Heritage Initiative is hosting the annual event, The Reveal 2: My African Identity, Nov. 10. 19 students and six faculty and staff will learn their ancestral African origins from the results of a DNA test.

WSU Hosts 16th Annual Native Symposium

WSU will host various events in November in honor of Native American Heritage Month, culminating with the 16th Annual Native Symposium. The theme is Illuminating Native Voices.

Gabi Butler Cheers Her New Wildcat Community

Gabi Butler, one of the newest members of Weber State Universitys cheer team, has a mantra thats motivated her through life, Hard work beats talent, when talent refuses to work.

Mount Ogden Hike Tradition Continues at WSU

On Oct. 4, 1922, over 350 Weber College students and faculty climbed the hills of Ogden and planted a Weber flag on top of Mount Ogden. The community is invited to continue the tradition on September 18.

WSU Hosts 27th Families Alive Conference

The Department of Child & Family Studies will host the 27th Families Alive conference, an online three-day event focused on strengthening and improving relationships, Sept. 16-18.

Weber State Welcomes New Trustee Leadership

Kearston Cutrubus was elected as chair of the university's Board of Trustees at its monthly meeting on Aug. 9. Karla Bergeson, a retired corporate legal counsel for Citigroup, was elected as vice chair.

Weber State Hosts Anti-Racism Event

Weber State University will host a virtual presentation for Asian Pacific American Heritage Month titled Mobilizing Around Anti-Asian Racism, May 13 from 6-7:30 p.m. via Zoom.

Weber State Celebrates Earth Day

Sustainability remains a top priority at Weber State University. April 22 marks the 51st anniversary of Earth Day, and WSU is celebrating its continued sustainability efforts.

Weber State Hosts Virtual Sustainability Summit

Weber State University will host the 12th annual Intermountain Sustainability Summit, March 18-19, bringing hundreds of sustainability professionals and emerging leaders together virtually.

Weber State Storytelling Festival Celebrates 25 Years

Storytellers will gather virtually to share tales with audiences of all ages to celebrate the Weber State University 25th annual Storytelling Festival Feb. 22 to March 18. All events are free and open to the public.

Weber State Hosts Spring Blood Drive

The Weber State University Student Association Service Team has partnered with the American Red Cross to host a spring blood drive on Feb. 810 in the Shepherd Union Ballrooms.

WSU Outdoor Adventure and Welcome Center Opens

The Weber State University Outdoor Adventure & Welcome Center will hold a grand opening ceremony Feb. 3 at 4 p.m. The new facility will provide easy access to students and community visitors.

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