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Weber State campus dorms can be found next to the Outdoor Adventure and Welcome Center as well as the Dee Events Center. Photo credit: Summer Muster

The costs of living

Catie Weimer April 18, 2022

Gage Brinkerhoff isn’t at Weber State getting ready for final exams at the end of the semester. Instead, he’s working 40 hours a week to afford his monthly rent.“If I had gone through...

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Police blotter April 8

Rebecca Baggett April 6, 2022

Vehicle theft Weber State police assisted the local South Ogden Police Department with a vehicle burglary on March 26 around 3:45 a.m. The officer assisted by holding a perimeter and later accompanied...

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Police blotter March 25

Rebecca Baggett March 23, 2022

Follow your noseA WSU officer was dispatched on March 18 around 8 p.m. to respond to a potential drug violation at University Village. The officer made contact with a resident of the dorm where the smell...

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Police Blotter March 18

Rebecca Baggett March 16, 2022

Harassment of queer studentWhen a student returned to her vehicle in the A10 lot after class on Feb. 25 around 1 p.m., she observed “WWJD,” symbolizing "What Would Jesus Do," written in the...

Newly elected President Ashley Potokar (left) hugs VP of Activities Colette Mortensen (right) tightly in celebration. (Bella Torres / The Signpost)

New year, new leaders

Lucas Moore March 13, 2022

The Weber State University Student Association announced the results of the student body election during the annual Weber’s Got Talent on March 4.In between the individual talent displays, WSUSA...

The Professional Devaluation Scale showcases the rate at which different disadvantaged groups are devalued, or harrassed, in professional workplaces. Photo credit: Lexie Andrew

Un desequilibrio en el STEM

Andres Rodriguez January 31, 2022

El campo STEM es un campo muy necesario, pero lleno de desigualdades. A menudo, cuando las personas piensan en este campo, solo piensan en los hombres blancos heterosexuales que constituyen la mayoría...

Eric Cech presents a graph breaking down the percentage of different racial and ethnic groups who have a bachelors degree, a doctorate degree and those who are employed. Photo credit: Lexie Andrew

An imbalance in STEM

Lexie Andrew January 31, 2022

Confronting topics of diversity and equality in the STEM field, Erin Cech, an associate professor of sociology and mechanical engineering departments at the University of Michigan, held a lecture over...

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Police Blotter Sept. 24

Joshua Kamp September 22, 2021

Only an overflowWeber State University officers were made aware of possible criminal mischief at the Stewart Center at Davis campus on Sept. 20. An employee noticed a bathroom sink drain that had been...

NUAMES was on soft lockdown for an hour following threats received through the SafeUT app. (Sarah Earnshaw/The Signpost).

Layton campus lockdown

Jennifer Greenlee September 1, 2020

The Northern Utah Academy for Math, Engineering and Science high school received threats of violence through the SafeUT hotline. The man suspected of making these threats, now identified as David Neilson,...

Professor Scott Senjo resigns a second time

Marisa Nelson July 1, 2020

On June 1, Professor Scott Senjo posted on Twitter making racist and threatening tweets to members of the press and protesters attending the recent Black Lives Matter Protests. Later that week, Senjo announced...

WSU students receive CARES Act money for summer and fall semesters. (WSU)

WSU distributes CARES Act money to students

Jennifer Greenlee May 26, 2020

Many Weber State University students are eligible for funds from the recent Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security Act after it was signed into law at the end of March, providing WSU with $11,714,226.The...

WSU closes its doors through the end of summer semester. (Pixabay).

WSU goes online only for the summer

Jennifer Greenlee March 26, 2020

The WSU summer semester will be held in an online-only format for the summer semester, scheduled from May 4 - Aug. 7, due to the public health crisis caused by COVID-19.An email by the office of Student...

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