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Mens Rugby game between Weber State University and Brigham Young University on Feb. 22 (Robert Lewis / The Signpost)

‘Cats claw to the end in hard-hitting rugby showdown

Miles Shaw November 23, 2020

On a windy afternoon with the sun shining down over the snow capped Wasatch mountains, the Weber State Wildcats battled the BYU Cougars in a hard-hitting rugby matchup on Feb. 22, at the Spence Eccles...

Trees snapped in half and were blown around be the wind. (BriElle Harker / The Signpost)

2020 continues to interrupt schools with ongoing wind storm

Marisa Nelson September 9, 2020

Weber State Campuses sent out a Code Purple for the second day in a row, canceling classes again on Sept. 9 after a another day of high winds that have been causing damage across Northern Utah.The Code...

Hurricane-force winds have caused closures across WSU campuses and K-12 school districts. Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons

Winds close WSU campuses

Jennifer Greenlee September 8, 2020

Weber State University sent out a Code Purple message at 6:47 a.m. on Sept. 8 alerting students that all classes on all campuses will be canceled until 12 p.m. due to the hurricane-force winds that are...

Social distancing guidelines for high risk communities. (Image credit: Schriever Air Force Base)

Low risk precautions for WSU

Marisa Nelson May 30, 2020

Weber State University has been helping students stay up-to-date on campus changes during the COVID-19 pandemic. Recent updates from the university indicate that the campus is moving to the low risk stage.On...

WSU announced the postponement of its Spring 2020 graduation ceremony on March 18. (Jennifer Greenlee / The Signpost)

Graduation postponed due to COVID-19

Weston Sleight March 23, 2020

Editor's note: The Signpost has changed publication date of the Graduation Issue with the list of the graduate's names from April 10 to April 14. Graduating Weber State University students who were planning...

Several professors on the WSU campus have chosen to voluntarily quarantine themselves and host their courses online for the near future. The professors are concerned that holding traditional, in-person lectures could potentially lead to the spread of the corona virus between themselves and their students. (Wikimedia)

6 professors self-quarantining due to coronavirus fears

Jennifer Greenlee March 11, 2020

Six WSU professors have moved their classes online for a minimum of the next week for fear of the coronavirus as of March 11. After returning from spring break, five professors have decided to begin teaching...

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