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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....

Students holding signs during the protest at the Shepherd Union on Nov. 4. Photo credit: Caitlyn Nichols

Protesting for campus change

Jennifer Greenlee November 4, 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....

The community and officers were able to enjoy conversation and food (Israel Campa / The Signpost)

Building bridges with barbecue

Francisco Ruiz October 3, 2019

Weber State University graduate Eddie Baxter and the Office of Access and Diversity hosted the fourth annual Eddie’s Barbecue to promote open dialogue between students of color and WSU police. Baxter...

Weber State senior Hailey Burton brought this poster to her sit-in protesting the posters (Harrison Epstein/The Signpost)

The latest case of race disgrace at WSU

Harrison Epstein April 10, 2019

White supremacists? At my university? It’s likelier than you might think. On March 30, students discovered flyers and stickers displaying a white nationalist group’s logo posted in various...

(Kelly Watkins / The Signpost)

Clubs y organizaciones

Danya Gil April 3, 2019

Traducido por Ingrid OsegueraLos años menos satisfactorios de mi carrera universitaria fueron cuando era una transéunte. Asistía a las clases y salía antes de que el profesor pronunciara...

(Kelly Watkins / The Signpost)

Finding a home away from home

Danya Gil April 3, 2019

For a Spanish translation, click here.The most unfulfilling years of my college career were when I was just a bystander. I attended classes and got out before professors could utter what the homework was....

Minority organizations need help from the majority

Minority organizations need help from the majority

Ally Nelson February 28, 2019

Thirty-nine percent of Weber State University’s student body is non-Caucasian or identifies as LGBT. With a plethora of scholarship money and programs like Dream Weber, WSU attempts to represent...

Dr. Forrest Crawford (past BSU member) and Byron Warfield-Graham being presented awards by current BSU members. Photo credit: Danya Gil

Black Scholars United reflects on the past, looks to the future

Danya Gil October 14, 2018

Members of Black Scholars United (BSU), past, present and future, gathered at the Hurst Center on Oct.11 to reflect and celebrate the organization’s 50th anniversary.The social and dinner included...

The Black Scholars United feature in the 1982 version of Weber State College’s yearbook “The Acorn.” (Signpost Archives)

BSU’s journey promoting black culture continues 50 years later

Alyson Johnson February 9, 2018

After 50 years of promoting leadership and education for black students at Weber State, Black Scholars United continues to inspire, encourage and provide support for all minority students.BSU was established...

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‘Civility in Modern Times’ comes to WSU

Briana Whatcott January 5, 2018

Noted philosopher, political activist, author and Harvard professor Cornel West will be speaking at Weber State University on Jan. 12 in the Austad Auditorium. The theme of the evening is Civility in Modern...

See whos among the finalists for Crystal Crest Awards

See who’s among the finalists for Crystal Crest Awards

The Signpost April 4, 2017

Forty-two students, five staff members, five professors and five Weber State organizations are in the final running for the 2017 Crystal Crest Awards.The annual awards honor the best, brightest and most...

WSU Dead Man's Party resurrected for second year

October 30, 2014

Several WSU departments and organizations will bring Halloween to campus with the second annual Dead Man’s Party this Friday. With dancing, face-painting and costume contests, the free party will...

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