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WSU Hosts Hispanic Awareness Month Events

Weber State University and its partners is hosting a series of events in celebration of Hispanic Heritage Month Sept. 15-Oct. 15, featuring a presentation by Pedro Rojas, a Univision news correspondent.

WSU Helps Sponsor Free Community Lightbulb Exchange

Residents of northern Utah can exchange old lightbulbs for free, energy-efficient LED bulbs, thanks to a program sponsored by WSU’s Energy & Sustainability Office, and Sustainability Practices and Research Center.

WSU Welcomes New Trustees

The Board of Trustees has welcomed four new members for the 2019-20 academic year. The new members are Louenda Downs, Amanda Covington, Bret Alexander, and Clint Costley.

WSU Bleeds Purple for Annual Blood Battle

Weber State University Student Association Service Team will host the annual American Red Cross Blood Battle Team August 26-30 in the Shepherd Union Ballrooms from 9:30 a.m. to 3 p.m.

Five Sisters Bleed Purple at Weber State

At a school where 74% of the students come from the Weber and Davis counties, it's not uncommon to find siblings attending Weber State. For the Laub family, it’s not just two or three siblings — it’s five sisters.

WSU Professor Earns Geological Society Fellowship

Weber State University professor of earth & environmental sciences Adolph Yonkee has been named a Geological Society of America (GSA) Society Fellow for his teaching, research and service promoting the geosciences.

WSU Student Travels Country Taking Arts to Parks

Student Amanda Joy was awarded the $2,600 John A. and Telitha E. Lindquist Scholarship for Creative/Artistic Endeavors. She used the money to hold a printmaking workshop in the Redwood National Park.