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WSU announces final president candidates

WSU announces final president candidates

Daryn Steed November 30, 2018

In a press release sent out on Nov. 30, Weber State University announced the four finalists for the position of university president.The university has gone through a closed search since the end of the...

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Salisbury University announces Chuck Wight as president

Kylie Harris April 3, 2018

Weber State University President Charles “Chuck” Wight has been named the new president of Salisbury University in Maryland.Before this announcement, it was expected that Idaho State University...

Managing editor Cydnee Green, left, and photographer Ariana Berkemeier, right, pose for a photo in front of the Reno sign. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Pocatello, Reno and the Signpost’s spring break

Joshua Wineholt March 21, 2018

Eight flights, six days, four cities, two basketball games and one interview: how The Signpost does spring break.While two of us made their way up to Pocatello to interview Chuck Wight, four of us spent...

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Chuck Wight makes top three for ISU president

Chris Nichols March 21, 2018

Weber State University President Chuck Wight is among three final candidates under consideration for Idaho State University's president position.Wight, Boise State University vice president Kevin Satterlee...

Wight discusses effects of legislative session on WSU

Wight discusses effects of legislative session on WSU

Deborah Wilber March 21, 2018

Faculty and staff filtered into the Smith Lecture Hall on March 19 to receive updates from President Wight on the 2018 legislative session. Wight led a discussion on operating budget, tax fund increases...

President Chuck Wight allowed students to throw a pie in his face to help a campus fraternity. Photo credit: Chris Nichols

President Chuck Wight takes pies in the face for students

Chris Nichols February 27, 2018

Weber State University President Chuck Wight allowed students to throw a pie in his face for a fundraising event on February 27. The fundraiser was for campus fraternity Phi Gamma Lambda to spread knowledge...

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President Wight named finalist at Idaho State University

Kara Mitchell February 8, 2018

Weber State University President Charles “Chuck” Wight may soon be trading his purple and white for orange and black.Idaho State University's presidential search committee held it’s 10...

President Chuck Wight announced his resignation on Jan. 18. Photo credit: Weber State University

Weber State University President Charles Wight announces resignation

Kara Mitchell January 19, 2018

After announcing his plans to step down as the Weber State University President, Charles “Chuck” Wight and his wife Victoria Rasmussen left the auditorium with tears in their eyes on Jan. 18.Wight...

Extraordinary physics in an ordinary world

Chris Nichols October 31, 2017

What is a common denominator of a rocket propelled spacecraft, gas line explosion prevention and lighting a candle? They each depend on physics to make them work. Physics drive common practices that we...

President Chuck Wight during graduation April 29, 2016. (Dalton Flandro / The Signpost)

President Wight reaffirms nonpartisan effort

Ezekiel Lee April 4, 2017

Weber State University President Chuck Wight denied allegations that an email he sent early in the spring semester was for partisan purposes. The email was in response to a Jan. 27 executive order...

Tom Mathews, professor of spanish at Weber State University, speaks at an LGBT rally held near the campus bell tower on Wednesday, Oct. 12. (Emily Crooks / The Signpost)

LGBT Pride Week Rally advocates for openness

Sarah Earnshaw October 13, 2016

On Oct. 12, the first annual LGBT Pride Week Rally was held at the Bell Tower Plaza. Members of the LGBT community, alongside community allies, gathered together in support of this event. Students milled...

Officers and community members held discussions at the First Annual Eddie’s BBQ in the Shepherd Union. (Ben Brandley / The Signpost)

Police meet-n-greet BBQ builds bridges

Ben Brandley October 12, 2016

Police officers and Weber State University community members built bridges at the first annual Eddie’s BBQ on Oct. 8. The event, which was held in a Shepherd Union Ballroom, included a free barbecue,...

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