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The view from the same walk I have taken every day for the last four years. Photo credit: Isabella Torres

Leaving my home away from home

Isabella Torres April 11, 2022

I have never been the type of person to accept change openly. For as long as I can remember, I have held onto experiences in life with an iron fist in hopes of never having to let go. Unlike my peers,...

Previous award recipient and current WSU student Finau Tauteoli was congratulated for her work contributing to the success of all students, especially Pacific Islander Students. Photo credit: Weber State University

Selfless students

Tim Costello February 2, 2022

Students who have gone out of their way to make an impact on their communities are being recognized by Weber State University with the Ivory Prize for Excellence in Student Leadership and Community Engagement....

Students, staff and faculty at Weber State University listen as Dr. Myisha Cherry, assistant professor of philosphy at the University of California, gives a lecture. Photo credit: Nikki Dorber

Rage against racism

Makayla Geddes November 17, 2021

Myisha Cherry highlighted rage, the way it affects anti-racism efforts and how it can be used productively to further a purpose, in a lecture on Nov. 11 at Weber State University.Cherry is an assistant...

Susan Matt introduces Robert Putnam and Shaylyn Romney Garrett to the audience. (Kennedy Robins/ The Signpost) Photo credit: Kennedy Robins

“I” or “We,” what will it be?

Lexie Andrew October 27, 2021

Robert Putnam, research professor of public policy at Harvard University, and Shaylyn Romney Garrett, a Harvard graduate and writer, gave a guest lecture at the Wildcat Theater on Oct. 25 and spoke about...

The first cohort graduating with the Doctorate of Nursing Practice gathers together on Zoom for presentations. Photo credit: Holly Wright

The first group of Doctor of Nursing Practice program prepares to lead the future

Caitlyn Nichols April 5, 2021

Weber State University’s first doctoral program, the Doctor of Nursing Practice, began in fall 2019. This spring, 12 students make up the first cohort to graduate with this high-level degree. According...

Local musician and WSU student Caden Holmes album, Commonground, will release on April 10. Photo credit: Caden Holmes

Making music to raise awareness for human trafficking

Ally Nelson March 29, 2021

Local musician and Weber State University student Caden Holmes will be releasing his second album, "Commonground," on April 10 on streaming platforms like Apple Music and Spotify.April 10 will also be...

Azzam holds a sign reading, If you believe in gender equality, then you are a feminist! on March 14 in Ogden, Utah. (Brooklynn Kilgore / The Signpost) Photo credit: Brooklynn Kilgore

This is the many faces of feminism

Brooklynn Kilgore March 17, 2021

Do you identify as a feminist? Do you identify as LGBTQ+? Are you an ally of the LGBTQ+ community? What is feminism to you? How do you advocate for the issues you support? What change do you hope to see...

Ruby Bridges, civil rights activist, spoke to the WSU community on Feb. 18. Bridges was the little girl depicted in Norman Rockwells painting of the beginning of the desegregation of local schools in Louisiana in 1960. Photo credit: Weber State University

A walk back in history with Ruby Bridges

Lissete Landaverde February 22, 2021

In a webinar held by Weber State University for Black History Month, civil rights activist Ruby Bridges shared her story with the community over Zoom on Feb. 18. At six years old, Bridges was one of the...

Cultivating a society of change and acceptance

Alyson Johnson March 16, 2018

Ken Bugul came to Weber State University to talk about her personal knowledge regarding the role and history of women within the Senegalese community and its impact on youths immigrating outside of Africa....

(Source: Tribune News Service)

More like lie school

Leah Higginbotham April 2, 2017

Let me tell you something. If there is one thing I’ve learned in my first year of college, it's that high school teachers hyped up college — in ways both good and bad. Maybe they just wanted...

Are Utahns ready to stop springing forward?

February 10, 2015

Mads Jensen Capital West News Service SALT LAKE CITY – The results of a recently conducted survey on daylight saving time, conducted by Gov. Gary Herbert’s office, were presented by Rep. Lee Perry,...

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