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Senate candidate, and former presidential hopeful, Mitt Romney meets and has his photo taken with students. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Senate hopeful Mitt Romney talks to The Signpost along campaign trail

Cole Eckhardt March 14, 2018

A publicity entourage and security escort moved through charged crowds across Weber State University’s main campus March 13 as Senate hopeful Mitt Romney stopped along his statewide endorsement campaign...

Hundreds protest at a vigil for refugees on Monday, Jan. 30, 2017 in Dallas, Texas at Thanksgiving Plaza. (Source: Tribune News Service)

WSU President Wight speaks out against controversial exec. order

Chris Nichols February 1, 2017

  On January 31, Weber State University President Chuck Wight sent an email to all students concerning President Trump's recent executive order on immigration. Wight invited students to...

Kenna Hill, Amanda Williams, Kyia Hill and Professor Stacy Palen pose for a photograph. The group of Weber State University scientists traveled to Washington D.C. to participate in the Womens March on Jan. 21.  (Source: Kenna Hill)

Weber women march in D.C.

Emily Crooks January 24, 2017

In a time when women nationwide are standing up and raising their voices, four Wildcat women traveled to Washington, D.C., to participate in the rally. The women chose to share their reasons for marching...

Local beekeepers help keep bee population healthy

July 14, 2014

Bees can be the thing of nightmares. The buzzing sound in your ear can create a knee-jerk reaction that looks as if you are attempting some kind of martial arts. However, honeybees play a crucial role...

WSU and Rio Tinto Kennecott track American Avocets

July 7, 2014

Weber State University Zoology Professor John Cavitt and three of his students are working to track the migration pattern of the American Avocet. With about 50 percent of the Avocet population using...

WSU student competes in Miss Utah Pageant

June 30, 2014

Weber State University senior Bailey Johnson competed last week in the statewide Miss Utah Pageant. This was Johnson's second time competing for Miss Utah, and she was thrilled to make it into the Top...

Mockingbird goes to Washington

June 9, 2014

In early spring of 2014, Mockingbird premiered as a workshop production at Weber State University and was such a success that WSU professor Tracy Callahan has been asked to direct the play at the Kennedy...

WSU student leader works on community garden

April 15, 2014

Weber State University provides a food pantry for students in need. The pantry is full of canned and dried foods to help meet students' needs. The pantry has been a success on campus, but it doesn’t...

WSU, Gear:30 host seventh annual Ogden Climbing Festival

April 10, 2014

The Weber State University Outdoor Program and Gear:30, a local outdoor equipment store, will host the seventh annual Ogden Climbing Festival on April 10-12. The majority of the events will take place...

O-Town Throwdown provides aid for Ogden homeless

April 8, 2014

The first-ever O-Town Throwdown began Friday at 4 p.m. and lasted until 4 p.m. on Saturday, all to aid The Empty Bowls Project and, in turn, provide aid to homeless Ogdenites. "The O-Town Throwdown...

WSU Davis campus holds color festival

April 1, 2014

On Friday evening, the only cloud in the sky at the Weber State University Davis campus was a large plume of pink, purple and green as Wildcats welcomed spring with their own color festival. At about...

Panel discusses 'Mormonism and the Environment'

March 23, 2014

Utah's declining quality in air and water were hot topics in a discussion on Friday in the Wildcat Theater. The Ogden LDS Institute of Religion and the WSU Environmental Issues Committee sponsored Mormonism...

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