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From an active shooter to severe weather, USU Aggie Alert tries to keep students safe and informed

Leah Call, Contributors April 2, 2024

With contributions from Maren Archibald and Caitlin Keith This story is jointly published as part of the Utah College Media Collaborative, a historic cross-campus project bringing together emerging...

Snowflakes falling and coating the windshield of a car.

Winter wonderland or woeful weather?

Anna Kuglar, Section Editor January 18, 2024

With a snow storm hitting Ogden Wednesday, and an estimated 2 to 4 inches in snow fall piling up on top of the already high snow piles, it's no wonder that it came with its challenges to Weber State students. As...

A photo of the blue and red lights on top of a police patrol car.

Police Blotter 11/21

Sky Mundell, Asst. News Editor November 21, 2023

Elevator trouble On Nov. 9, just after noon, the Weber State University Police Department dispatched an officer to the Shepherd Union building on reports that someone had become trapped inside the northwest...

Isaac Staszkow directing the senate meeting on Nov. 13.

Student senate announces new Campus Climate website

Parham Kermani, Reporter November 16, 2023

On Nov. 13, Weber State University’s student senate discussed the LGBT Resource Center and the new Campus Climate website, where students can report and find information of on-campus incidents. The...

The W rock at Weber State.

Sitios en el campus para fotos de graduación

Nelly Hernandez Tejada, Traductor November 16, 2023

Anna: Las fotos de graduación son una parte importante de conmemoración al momento de la graduación con la toga y birrete, pero es difícil averiguar adonde poder capturar esas fotos especiales. Este...

Weber State Universitys clock tower.

Graduation photo spots around campus

Sara Staker, Assistant Section Editor November 16, 2023

Anna: Graduation photos are an important part of commemorating that cap and gown graduation moment, but it can be difficult figuring out the perfect set-up to capture those commemorative photos. This...

Police Blotter 10/24

Police Blotter 10/24

Sky Mundell, Asst. News Editor October 24, 2023

STOP the hate On Oct. 10, Weber State University’s Police Department received a report that a stop sign located at the south side of the Dee Events Center parking lot had been vandalized. The graffiti...

Red and blue police lights on top of a police patrol car.

Police Blotter 10/17

Sky Mundell, Asst. News Editor October 17, 2023

Eyes that follow you On Oct. 4 at around 2 p.m., the Weber State University Police Department was dispatched to a suspicious incident at the Swenson Gym. The woman who made the complaint told police...

A creative clock inside Elizabeth Hall room 207.

Clocking out of Weber State

Gracie Stephenson, Reporter October 3, 2023

Finding a clock in a classroom at Weber State University isn’t always a sure thing, and even when a clock is present, there’s no guarantee that it displays the correct time. Students, faculty and staff...

A server at the Noorda Engineering and Technology building on campus.

Connection: Not found

McKinna Baird, Reporter September 21, 2023

At the beginning of the fall 2023 semester, Weber State University students were frustrated with ongoing Wi-Fi problems. According to Jonathan Karras, networking and communications manager at WSU, the...

Construction tape restricting access to a Lindquist Hall staircase located in front of the A1 parking lot.

Police Blotter 8/28 – 9/6

Sky Mundell, Asst. News Editor September 14, 2023

A common mistake On Aug. 28, between noon and 1 p.m., WSUPD officers on patrol made five separate traffic stops for the same infraction. Five different drivers were observed by WSUPD entering the OGX...

Photos of a Wildcard scanner to grant access into the building.

Digital Wildcard woes

Lucas Moore, Reporter September 7, 2023

As the fall semester of Weber State University begins, issues are emerging during the process of switching from physical Wildcard IDs to a digitalized alternative. WSU students, especially those residing...

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