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Art piece called Birth by Makayla Geddes. (Kris Beck/signpost)

Artists abroad

Aaron Lowe, Reporter October 4, 2022

Various art students at Weber State University were featured at the “Art In Italy” gallery on campus. This exhibit highlighted the artistic creations of WSU art students who attended a study abroad...

International Student and Scholar Center display with flags and items representing other countries.

Translation week: Language and localization

Alma Bell, Reporter October 4, 2022

Translation Week began on Sept. 26 and lasted until Sept. 30. The event was organized by the Foreign Language Department of Lindquist College of Arts and Humanities. International Translation Day is Sept....

The United States flag and the Japanese flag standing side by side in a display at the International Student and Scholar Center. (The Signpost/Sara Staker)

La semana de la traducción: Lenguaje y localización

Marianna Lopez Luritta, Section Editor October 4, 2022

La Semana de la Traducción comenzó el 26 de septiembre y duró hasta el 30 de septiembre. El evento fue organizado por el Departamento de Lenguas Extranjeras del Colegio de Artes y Humanidades Lindquist....

A pamphlet that talks about the Womens Center. (Kennedy Camarena/ The Signpost)

Los esfuerzos de concienciación sobre la violencia doméstica de WSU

Marianna Lopez Luritta, Translator September 29, 2022

Desde 1989, octubre se reconoce como el Mes Nacional de Concienciación sobre la Violencia Doméstica. En el estado de Utah, 1 de cada 3 mujeres será víctima de la violencia doméstica. A lo largo de...

Women dance a cultural dance with buckets placed on top of their heads.

Afro advocacy

Trish Maponga, Reporter September 29, 2022

GK Folks Foundation’s second annual Afro Utah Festival was held on Sept. 24 at the Gallivan Center. The festival is a cultural event that celebrates pride and heritage while promoting diversity, inclusion...

Talus Carver watching as Sarah Hamilton falls off of her tower, Hamilton got to 13 crates before falling off her first tower. (Kennedy Camarena/ The Signpost)

Stacking up against the competition

Coby Crisler, Reporter September 29, 2022

Weber State University’s Campus Recreation Outdoor Program held an intramural crate stacking competition on Sept. 22. The Leicester Outdoor Pursuits Program explains crate stacking as a game to build...

Elizabeth Sandquist explains the process on how they perform and analyze their research on the zebrafish. (Anna Kuglar/The Signpost)

A fish-eye view on stem cells

Alma Bell, Reporter September 29, 2022

Weber State University hosted a neuroscience seminar on Sept. 23 as part of an ongoing lecture series. Elizabeth Sandquist, assistant professor of zoology and neuroscience, led the seminar and explored...

Students listening as the different speakers give advice about entering different science career fields.

Job Info Jamboree

Aaron Lowe, Reporter September 27, 2022

Students received the opportunity to learn about different jobs on campus in the “Jobs You Didn’t Know You Wanted” lecture series. The series started with its first installment on Sept. 23 and will...

Weber State University’s Orchesis Dance Theatre performing Where Dance Breathes in November 2021.

Diversity in dance

Lexie Andrew, Asst. culture editor September 27, 2022

The Moving Company at Weber State University has the opportunity to go to Panama to teach dance and learn about the culture and lives of the Panamanian people through Movement Exchange. Amanda Sowerby,...

Adopting the African dance culture, Orchesis performs a piece choreographed by Zim Zim, an expert in African dance culture, at the Val A. Browning Center in 2021.

Diversidad en la danza

Marianna Lopez Luritta, Translator September 27, 2022

El grupo Moving Company de Weber State University tiene la oportunidad de ir a Panamá para enseñar danza y aprender de la cultura y la vida del pueblo panameño a través de Movement Exchange. Amanda...

Decorations were set up throughout 25th Street to embrace the feel of the celebration.

Festivities for fall

Aaron Lowe, Reporter September 22, 2022

The Harvest Moon Festival is Ogden’s annual family-friendly event that marks the end of summer and welcomes fall. This year’s festival was on Historic 25th Street on Sept. 17. The festival started...

The front window of the KWCR radio station.

A communication breakdown

Brisa Odenthal, Reporter September 22, 2022

On Sept. 15, the office in Shepherd Union that housed the KWCR Wildcat Radio was cleared out to make space for the expansion of the Center of Diversity and Unity. The plan is to expand space to make another...

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