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Pictured from left to right: Genesis Vargas, Joshua Wooton, University President Brad Mortensen and Adrienne Andrews. Students discussing the closure of the CME and potential solutions with the panel.

The closure of the CME: Weber’s new plan for inclusivity

Lexie Andrew, Asst. culture editor January 10, 2023

Weber State University students received an unexpected shock when a campus-wide email was sent out detailing the closure and changes happening to the Center for Multicultural Excellence on Nov. 18. These...

Los líderes estudiantiles dan un paso adelante en la KWCR

Nathanael Stout November 10, 2022

Durante el 15 de septiembre, la estación de radio KWCR de Weber State University se mudó de su oficina original en el segundo piso del edificio Shepherd Unión. Aunque la transición fue de última hora...

Furniture in the new KWCR room covered in plastic wrap to protect it from debris.

Student leaders step up for KWCR

Brisa Odenthal, Reporter November 10, 2022

On Sept. 15, Weber State University’s radio station, KWCR, was moved from their original office space on the second floor of Shepherd Union. Though the transition was last-minute and there were those...

During the Student Success Conference, students took the opportunity to stand in protest for racial equality at Weber State University.

Discussing equity

Alexandrea Bonilla, Managing editor August 29, 2022

Earlier this year, Weber State University President Brad Mortensen appointed an Equity, Diversity and Inclusion Advisory Council to help WSU achieve the standards and goals of equity defined by the university...

Anyone can call the LGBTQ+ center at 801-626-6090 or email them at womenscenter@weber.edu. (Rahman Almohammadi/ The Signpost)

Help wanted: Ogden Pride Festival

Hunter Lindsey, Reporter August 1, 2022

The 8th annual Ogden Pride Festival is scheduled to take place in the Ogden Amphitheater and Municipal Gardens on August 7, and is in need of volunteers. “We work and succeed only because of those...

The month of February is celebrated as Black History Month. Photo credit: Pixabay

Black health and Black history

Connor Hopson February 2, 2022

Black History Month at Weber State University kicked off with keynote speaker Bryan Hotchkins, where he addressed Black health and wellness by framing all seven sections of his newest book, “My Black...

Students participating in the sit in at the Shepherd Union on Nov. 4 Photo credit: Caitlyn Nichols

Calling out campus contention

Jennifer Greenlee November 8, 2021

Protestors set up in the Shepherd Union on the morning of Nov. 4 in response to the white supremacist posters put up in at least the Shepherd Union and the Student Services building on the morning of Nov....

University President Brad Mortensen and Executive Director of Marketing and Communication John Kowalewski Photo credit: Marisa Nelson

Conversing toward a change in campus climate

Jennifer Greenlee November 5, 2021

Following the protest on Nov. 4, University President Brad Mortensen scheduled an impromptu meeting on Nov. 5 in the Diversity and Inclusion Center with protestors and campus diversity leaders and advocates....

Members of the Weber State University Ballet Folklórico group watch a video of a past performance during a community event celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month at Weber State on Sept. 30. Photo credit: Weber State University

A broad look at inclusivity at WSU

Marisa Nelson October 4, 2021

Weber State University may not seem to be a pool for diversity, since less than 1% of the student population, or 268 students in 2020, is comprised of international students, according to the WSU Institutional...

Members of the Weber State University Ballet Folklórico group watch a video of a past performance during a community event celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month at Weber State on Sept. 30. Photo credit: Weber State University

A broad look at inclusivity at WSU

Marisa Nelson October 4, 2021

Weber State University may not seem to be a pool for diversity, since less than 1% of the student population, or 268 students in 2020, is comprised of international students, according to the WSU Institutional...

Members of the Weber State University Ballet Folklórico group prepare for a campus event during Weber State’s Hispanic Heritage Month celebration on Sept. 30. Photo credit: Weber State University

WSUの多様性

Joshua Kamp October 4, 2021

WSU Institutional Researchフォーラムによると、ウェバー州立大学は、学生人口の1%未満、つまり2020年には268人の学生が留学生で構成されているため、多様性のプールではないように思われるかもしれません。しかし、人種、民族性、宗教的信念、教育、社会階級における各人の多様な背景を説明するとき、WSUの学生、教職員は豊かな文化を持っています。Institutional...

Members of the Weber State University Ballet Folklórico group watch a video of a past performance during a community event celebrating Hispanic Heritage Month at Weber State on Sept. 30. Photo credit: Weber State University

Un ampio sguardo all’inclusività in WSU

Caitlyn Nichols October 4, 2021

Forse Weber State University non appare un centro di diversità. Secondo il meeting di WSU Institutional Research, nel 2020, 268 studenti – meno del 1% della corpo studentesco – erano studenti...

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