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Fee fine fo funds: WSU’s Student Fee Recommendation Committee

Gretel Monjar, News Reporter January 31, 2023

The Student Fee Recommendation Committee held their second meeting of the semester in the Shepherd Union on Jan. 27 and discussed the state of student fees for the upcoming academic year. The committee...

Garrett Potokar, the executive vice president of WSUSA, addressed the attendees at the senate meeting on Nov. 28, 2022.

Funds for the future: WSU’s student senate talks budget

Sky Mundell, Reporter January 26, 2023

The Weber State University student senate meeting on Jan. 23 was focused on the amount of funding money that was charitably donated by the student senate through funding requests that were passed during...

Senate at Weber State gathered for their meeting on October 31st.

Senate Sitdown 10/31

Sky Mundell, Reporter November 3, 2022

The student senate meeting on Oct. 31 opened with no issues being voiced during the issues forum. Instead, former WSUSA student senator Amanda Jones took the podium with Center for Multicultural Excellence...

The WSUSA Senate meetings last around an hour, giving plenty of time to discuss various issues.

Senate sit-down 10/17

Sky Mundell, Reporter October 25, 2022

At the student senate meeting on Oct. 17, student senator of Housing and Residence Life Isaac Staszkow introduced a funding procedure bill that aims to streamline the funding request process and help the...

Vice President of Diversity and Unity Xitlalli Villanueva talking about her position on campus. Villanueva also serves as the sitting student board member on the Utah Board of Higher Education.

A senate sit-down

Sky Mundell, Reporter October 13, 2022

The student senate meeting on Oct. 10 began with a presentation from Xitlalli Villanueva, WSU’s vice president of diversity and unity. Villaneuva gave the presentation from her position as the Utah...

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...

Hunter Caldwells platform is focused on uplifting the student body and supporting individual students to change the culture at Weber to promote broader inclusivity.

Great, great, great presidential debate

Jennifer Greenlee February 28, 2022

In Weber State University's first all-women presidential candidate debate, the three presidential candidates running for Weber State University Student Association Student Body President, Hunter Caldwell,...

An online petition went up online on Nov. 12 advocating for an LGBTQ senate position on Weber State University’s Student Association. Photo credit: Weber State University

Petitioning for more diverse leadership

Lissete Landaverde November 17, 2021

An online petition went live on Nov. 12 advocating for an LGBTQ senate position on Weber State University's Student Association. The petition was posted on social media and was sent to professors to share...

The Student Fee Recommendation Committee undergoes hours of training in order to best allocate students fees. Photo credit: Pixabay

Breaking down student fees

Jennifer Greenlee April 19, 2021

Each year, students pay thousands of dollars in tuition and student fees. Each dollar has a purpose, from funding student services like the Health Center to paying for student events.This year, student...

It is announced that William Angel will serve as the Diversity and Unity VP for 2021-2022 at Webers got Talent on March 5, 2021.  Nikki Dorber/The Signpost

Líderes estudiantiles de WSUSA

Marisa Nelson March 5, 2021

Traducido por Matías PedreiraLa Asociación de Estudiantes de la Universidad Weber State anunció la próxima ronda de líderes estudiantiles electos el 5 de marzo en el show de talentos...

Hydroxychloroquine was found in a recent study to have no benefits for COVID-19 patients. (Pixabay).

Do you know your news?

Jennifer Greenlee June 8, 2020

1. Which police department had 57 police officers resign from the emergency response team after two officers were suspended for pushing a 75-year-old protester to the ground?a. Sante Fe, New Mexicob. Buffalo,...

WSU Criminal Justice Professor Scott Senjo resigns from his position after threatening tweets are exposed. (WSU).

WSU professor resigns after threatening tweets revealed

Jennifer Greenlee June 3, 2020

Weber State University Professor Scott Senjo resigned on June 3 after several of his tweets, which threatened protesters and journalists, came under fire. His Twitter account, which was linked to...

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