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Julie Rich goes over the benefits of an internship. Photo credit: Tim Costello

Abordando las practicas

Marianna Lucia Lopez Luritta March 23, 2022

El 18 de marzo, estudiantes, profesores y personal se reunieron virtualmente para el 2022 Weber State University Internship Conference. El evento fue organizado por Robert Ameling, el director asistente...

Myisha Cherry, a professor from the University of California, gave a lecture to students of Weber State University on Nov. 11, discussing racism and how to collaborate as a society. Photo credit: Nikki Dorber

Rabia contra el racismo

Andres Rodriguez November 17, 2021

La rabia, la forma en que afecta los esfuerzos contra el racismo y cómo se puede usar de manera productiva para promover un propósito se destacó en una conferencia de Myisha Cherry el 11...

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...

Julie Rich is the new dean of Weber State University’s College of Social & Behavioral Sciences. Photo credit: Weber State University

WSU’s homegrown dean of college of behavioral & social sciences

Adam Rubin June 7, 2021

The result of a three-month national search for the new dean of Weber State University’s College of Social & Behavioral Sciences came full circle with the appointment of Julie Rich as the new...

WSUs student diversity numbers broken down. Photo credit: Blythe Evans

Los números y las estrategias: tomando una mirada hacia la diversidad dentro de la Universidad

Andres Rodriguez April 19, 2021

Traducido por Andres RodriguezWeber State University se ha promocionado como una escuela que valora y fomenta la diversidad entre sus estudiantes. Con muchos recursos para estudiantes de todos los ámbitos...

Questions about grad school? Grad students answer

Questions about grad school? Grad students answer

Hannah Olsen March 20, 2019

Graduate students from a variety of fields came to answer questions about grad school on March 15. The fields represented were the social work, psychology, criminal justice, philosophy, sociology and geography...

Four students vie for WSUSA presidency

Four students vie for WSUSA presidency

Harrison Epstein February 27, 2019

Election season has begun. At least, at Weber State University, it has. On Feb. 22, the WSU Student Association deadline for candidacy packets passed, leaving 22 candidates up for eight positions in the...

VIP guests, including donors like John E. Lindquist, right, are given the honor of cutting the ribbon. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Long-awaited Lindquist ribbon cutting opens new semester

Hannah Olsen January 10, 2019

Lindquist Hall, new home of the College of Social and Behavioral Science, was made an official part of Weber State University on January 7, which was also the 130th birthday of the university. To celebrate...

Grand Opening at Weber State University for new Lindquist Hall Building. (Sara Parker / The Signpost)

A new building for a new year

Tori Waltz January 4, 2019

After months of renovation and construction, the newly-renamed Lindquist Hall is finally open for classes at Weber State University. Formerly known as the Social Science building, Lindquist Hall features...

A master’s degree can open doors and provide a competitive advantage. Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons

Master a degree and a skill set

Nic Sells February 22, 2018

A master’s degree can open doors and provide a competitive advantage. Whether you’re looking for upward mobility in your career or seeking a career change, Weber State University has the master’s...

Author revives 'forgotten' apostles in latest book

March 26, 2015

History can be a hard thing to digest, especially when it comes to telling the stories that people might want to bury. However, Michael Marquardt and William Shepard have recently co-authored a book...

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