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Dried up boat docks at Antelope Island State Park.

La demanda legal contra Utah sobre el Great Salt Lake

Nelly Hernandez Tejada, Traductor October 5, 2023

Este mes pasado, grupos conservatorios, de ambos Utah y nacionales, presentaron una demanda contra el estado de Utah en un intento de proteger el Great Salt Lake. Los grupos conservatorios demandando...

Dried up boat docks at Antelope Island State Park.

Utah sued over Great Salt Lake

Brisa Odenthal, Editor October 5, 2023

This past month, conservation groups, both in Utah and nationally, filed a lawsuit against the state of Utah in an attempt to protect the Great Salt Lake. The environmental groups suing the state of...

Filmmaker, producer and director, Larry Confino speaking to students about the process of film making.

Documentarista Larry Confino visita WSU

Nathanael Stout and Cooper Hatsis March 30, 2023

Larry Confino, un director, productor y cineasta de documentales independientes, visitó la universidad Weber State el 23 y 24 de marzo para estimular sus películas recientes. Confino es graduado del...

Plants once grown under the Salt Lake have now surfaced and dried up.

Wilson’s water warning

Hunter Lindsey, Reporter November 8, 2022

Weber State University students, faculty and community members gathered in the Lindquist Hall on Nov. 4 to discuss the growing concern over the state of the Great Salt Lake. Utah Rep. Brad Wilson presented...

The Colorado River’s Upper Basin Water Supply has decreased from 4.5 million acre-feet per year to below 2 million, and the deficit is 35% from where it was when the 20th century began, according to the Utah Rivers Council. Photo credit: Grace Haglund

Utah’s water: Decisions now, consequences later

Alec Cipollini April 18, 2022

The drought in Utah didn't give any favors in 2022, and it will continue to worsen if nothing is done to stop global warming and the handling of how water is distributed in the state, advocates and experts...

The balcony of the Student Services building makes for good viewing. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost) Photo credit: Joshua Wineholt

Water usage makes waves at WSU

Kainoa Nunez March 22, 2019

Utah is famous for its landscapes, mountains and nature centers, but it's also known as one of the driest states in North America. According to the Utah Division of Water Resources, the average...

Flicker / UBC Micrometeorology

WSU wins H2Oath competition

Briana Whatcott December 6, 2017

Weber State University came away with a $5,000 prize for winning the H2Oath Water War, a competition with surrounding universities to see who could get the most pledges to be water-wise from faculty, students...

Construction is underway for water wells, just north of Stewart Stadium. The wells are part of Weber States effort to save energy. (Emily Crooks / The Signpost)

WSU welcomes wells

Jasmine Pittman June 6, 2016

Construction on the Weber State University campus is nothing new to students. However, the construction currently taking place at the top of campus near Lind Lecture Hall and the Stewart Stadium is definitely...

Hogle Zoo: Recreation meets education

Tanoya Poulsen October 1, 2015

Conservation, education and recreation are the three goals of Utah’s Hogle Zoo located in Salt Lake City. Community events usually fall into one of these three categories. There has been a zoo in...

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