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The newly completed renovation of the Ada Lindquist Plaza and Pond, added many aesthetic and environmental features to the pond.

El estanque de patos de Weber recibe un cambio de imagen

Gretel Monjar, Asst. Section Editor January 9, 2024

Las renovaciones de la plaza y estanque Ada Lindquist que empezaron en julio de 2023 oficialmente se completaron. Las actualizaciones incluyen mejoramientos estéticos, prácticos y de la naturaleza para...

A duck pond do-over

Brisa Odenthal, News Editor August 28, 2023

Anyone on Weber State University’s campus in the past few weeks may have noticed some landscaping going on around the duck pond. The pond, which is usually full of water, plants, ducks and once even...

Road Closed and Sidewalk Closed signs blocking off construction zones.

Another construction update: Redesigning Weber’s campus

Adam Rubin, Reporter March 23, 2023

Campus Planning and Construction has been busy over the past several years creating a modern appeal to Weber State University campuses. This includes updating the parking situation and bringing some of...

Road Closed and Sidewalk Closed signs blocking off construction zones.

Otra actualización de la construcción

Daniela Imbrett, Traductor March 23, 2023

La planificación y construcción del campus ha estado ocupada durante los últimos años creando una apariencia moderna para los campus de Weber State University. Esto incluye actualizar la situación...

An education renovation

Adam Rubin, Reporter January 26, 2023

After the current spring semester is wrapped up, and students are off WSU’s campus, construction will begin on the renovation of the McKay Education Building. According to Chad Downs, senior project...

Cronograma de transporte OGX’s

Nathanael Stout, Translator November 17, 2022

Los estudiantes de la universidad Weber State pueden tener dificultades de encontrar estacionamiento y viajar por campus durante el resto del semestre por causa de la construcción de la línea de autobús...

The OGX busses have a sign on the back of their vehicle with the number of the bus, as well as the term Wildcat Shuttle for the school.

OGX’s transportation timeline

Brisa Odenthal, Reporter November 17, 2022

Weber State University students may have difficulties finding parking and navigating campus for the rest of this semester due to construction of the Wildcat Shuttle campus bus line. This construction,...

The final section of the Browning Center bus stop will be finished in the next year. Photo credit: Summer Muster

OGXpectations

Alexandrea Bonilla March 28, 2022

Weber State students can expect construction cones and detours around campus for the foreseeable future. Students can and should continue to expect changes in the shuttle system and what travel to and...

Tractors and other equipment for the construction are seen all over campus as a result of the construction. (Bella Torres / The Signpost)

Bus rapid transit system begins to take shape on campus

Adam Rubin August 27, 2021

In late 2023, Weber State University's Bus Rapid Transit system will be finished, if all goes according to plan. The idea of creating such a transportation project has bounced around for roughly 20 years,...

Work takes place at the field west of the Social Science building construction. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

New social science structure seeks subterranean source of energy

John Wise September 6, 2017

You can’t miss Weber State University’s newest construction endeavor: the social science building and the adjacent field. The closing of half of the A1 parking lot, unearthing of...

Construction on Davis campus parking lots expected to continue into September

September 4, 2014

Summer construction happens all over Utah and the Weber State University campuses are no exception, but now this construction work has dragged into fall. Due to the unexpected stormy weather this past...

Burst pipe causes flooding at WSU

July 11, 2013

During construction on Weber State University's underground service tunnels, a fire line burst on the west side of the Shepherd Union Building, resulting in a huge pool of water, which left WSU personnel...

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