Gender problem: Men enforcing girls' dress codes

NORTH OGDEN — The Weber School District will retool its training on dress codes after an uncomfortable incident sparked debate about male administrators


Schools work to prevent chronic student absenteeism

OGDEN — School’s been in session for about a month. Do you know how many days your child has been absent? September is Attendance Awareness Month


USU researchers work to add spider silk to cars

LOGAN — Cars that weigh less use less fuel. The question is how to make lighter vehicles without compromising safety or durability, and the answer may be


WSU professor offers solutions to water woes

OGDEN — For years we’ve been told that we’re running out of water in Utah. “I think everyone knows there are concerns about water,


WSU panelists debate the First Amendment

OGDEN — The crowd was small for Weber State University’s first ever Constitution Week “Amendment Panel,” but there was still a lively


Ogden schools have added guitar to the curriculum

OGDEN -- When teacher Adam Kozlewski told his students to pass their instruments to their partners, to give someone else a chance at learning, there was an audible


Code Purple drill at Weber State University

OGDEN — At 10:07 a.m. on Wednesday, Weber State University will have a Code Purple event. Students and school employees will be sent a text, email or


Pivotal bugs of history dissected in WSU online course

OGDEN — Big events, including wars, storms and earthquakes, have changed the world. So have tiny, one-celled microbes. One of the most significant


WSU hosts Families Alive Conference

OGDEN – Strong families start with strong and stable relationships, so the keynote speaker at this year's “Families Alive Conference” is John Van


WSU professor talks to Ukrainians about Putin

OGDEN — Ron Holt recently made a trip to Ukraine, to see for himself what is happening in the country, and how the people feel about recent events.

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