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A photo of Adrienne Andrews, the Vice President of Division of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion.

WSU waves goodbye to Adrienne Andrews

Brisa Odenthal, News Editor October 12, 2023

Adrienne Andrews, vice president of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion at Weber State University, officially resigned from her position and the university on Oct. 2, after nearly two decades. Andrews began...

Tammy Nguyen, WSUs new executive director of Equity, Diversity and Inclusion, discussing the timeline of the new cultural centers at Weber State University.

CBCE: The fight for equity

Gretel Monjar, News Reporter March 23, 2023

Weber State University’s Centers for Belonging and Cultural Engagement held the first two meetings of their Listening Tour on March 20 and 21. Progress in implementing the centers is continuing since...

Furniture set aside waiting to be placed once construction is finished.

Keeping up with the cultural centers

Lexie Andrew, Culture editor February 7, 2023

Following the recent closure of the Center for Multicultural Excellence, planning and preparation for new cultural centers is in full swing. The new name for these cultural centers is the Center for Belonging...

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...

Garrett Potokar address the attendees at the senate meeting at Weber State.

Senate sit-down 11/21,11/28

Sky Mundell, Reporter December 1, 2022

The atmosphere at the student senate meeting on Nov. 21 was ripe with tension, with the meeting seeing several instances where decorum had to be called by executive vice president Garrett Potokar. With...

Senate at Weber State gathered for their meeting on October 31st.

Senate Sitdown 10/31

Sky Mundell, Reporter November 3, 2022

The student senate meeting on Oct. 31 opened with no issues being voiced during the issues forum. Instead, former WSUSA student senator Amanda Jones took the podium with Center for Multicultural Excellence...

Landaverde at the 2019 Fall Commencement after receiving her associate degree in General Studies. Photo credit: Lissete Landaverde

The Lisseteification of graduation

Lissete Landaverde April 11, 2022

My life and college story is no different than others. I was born and raised in Ogden, being the firstborn in a Mexican and Salvadoran immigrant household. From a young age, I was expected to pursue higher...

Weber State University Student Body President Ben Ferney explains what a career champion is, the differences they make in students lives and how important they are to WSU. (Kennedy Robins/ The Signpost)

Honoring our champions

ezra striley-weinman March 16, 2022

Weber State University Career Services held a Career Championship Banquet honoring 12 faculty and staff members who have contributed to student career and professional development on March 15.The Career...

The majority of hate crimes against Asian Americans are against individuals. Photo credit: Grace Haglund

Establishing ASIA

Alexandrea Bonilla February 14, 2022

Weber State University celebrated Asian Awareness Week the first week of February with a showcase, film screenings and a performance celebration. These activities were held and presented by the Asian Student...

Each outfit worn by participants from a previous Pow Wow event displays not only their personalities, but their heritage. Photo credit: Signpost Archives

Amplifying indigenous voices

Lexie Andrew November 15, 2021

Native American Heritage Month, which spans the whole of November, brings with it a new focus to the Native American community, along with an acknowledgement of their resilience and continued involvement...

Performers of various ages talk during a dance performance from a past years powwow. Photo credit: Signpost Archives

Amplificando voces indigenas

Addison Weeks November 15, 2021

Native American Heritage Month, que dura todo el mes de noviembre, trae un nuevo enfoque para la comunidad nativo americano, junto con un reconocimiento de su resiliencia e involucramiento continua en...

Being a first-generation college student comes with its own unique challenges. Photo credit: Alex Guzman

A community connected

Lucas Moore November 15, 2021

Being a first-generation college student comes with its own unique challenges. According to Weber State University's website, 39.1% of students identify as first-generation. There are specific resources...

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