The Honors Program at Weber State University will serve up a lesson in civil discourse as they present “How to Survive the Thanksgiving Dinner Table: Civil Discourse in a Politically Polarized Time” lecture Oct. 26.
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New classrooms, a library and a latrine make education accessible for students at Mondlane Secondary School in Mozambique. A documentary chronicling the Weber State group that made the improvements will premiere Nov. 1.
Little Wildcats, or kids in costumes of any kind, are welcome at the third annual Weber State University Halloween carnival, Oct. 21 from 2-4 p.m. in the WSU Davis Building 3 ballroom.
Weber State University students will mix service with adventure during the Moab Alternative Fall Break Oct. 19-22. They will partner with Community Rebuilds to construct low-cost, straw-bale housing.
Utah Sen. Jim Debakis, D-Salt Lake City, and House Speaker Greg Hughes, R-Draper, will discuss “Civility and Policy in Utah Politics” on Oct. 9 at noon in the Shepherd Union Ballrooms.
Weber State University hosts “The History of Google,” Oct. 16 at 7 p.m. in the Hurst Center Dumke Legacy Hall and again on Oct. 17 at 10:30 a.m. in Elizabeth Hall Room 229. Both presentations are free, and the public is welcome.
New to fall semester are two honors courses that investigate the modern fascination with the apocalypse and solutions to one of the most pressing end-of-civilization problems — not enough food or water.
The community is invited to Weber State’s Stewart Library for an exhibit of Everett Ruess' prints. Available from Aug. 21 to Oct. 16, Ruess created the works during the period prior to his 1934 disappearance near Escalante.
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