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University President Brad Mortensen and Executive Director of Marketing and Communication John Kowalewski Photo credit: Marisa Nelson

Conversing toward a change in campus climate

Jennifer Greenlee November 5, 2021

Following the protest on Nov. 4, University President Brad Mortensen scheduled an impromptu meeting on Nov. 5 in the Diversity and Inclusion Center with protestors and campus diversity leaders and advocates....

A variety of food was available to the students who attended Eddies BBQ, pictured from left to right is Madison Dasturp and Riley Cao getting a plate full of their own food. (Kennedy Robins/ The Signpost) Photo credit: Kennedy Robins

Eager for Eddie’s BBQ

Lexie Andrew October 18, 2021

Eddie’s BBQ is a place where students and community members can come together to meet and talk to campus police officers. It was held on Oct. 15 and has been going for 5 years. Founder...

A variety of food was available to the students who attended Eddies BBQ, pictured from left to right is Madison Dasturp and Riley Cao getting a plate full of their own food. (Kennedy Robins/ The Signpost) Photo credit: Kennedy Robins

Eager for Eddie’s BBQ

Lexie Andrew October 18, 2021

Eddie’s BBQ is a place where students and community members can come together to meet and talk to campus police officers. It was held on Oct. 15 and has been going for 5 years. Founder...

Talking about her history of being part of the LGBTQ community, Marcia White gives advice to her audience about how people should focus on being their authentic selves without fear of what others will think of them. (Kennedy Robins/ The Signpost)

Achieving peace through hard conversations

Makayla Geddes October 18, 2021

Marcia White, the keynote speaker for the Marquardt Speaker Series, Peace and Possibility Project, spoke about the importance of her inner compass, core values and beliefs, and how they have helped her...

Using brown working gloves and rods bent into circles, artist Michael Pribich of New York hopes to represent the forever need for essential workers. To visit Pribichs work visit the Vida, Muerte, Justica art exhibit in The Monarch in Ogden.  (Nikki Dorber/The Signpost)(Nikki Dorber/The Signpost)

Life, Death, Justice

Alexandrea Bonilla October 4, 2021

The United States Census reports that Ogden has one of the largest Latinx and Hispanic communities in Utah, composing roughly 31.9% of the population.Ogden Contemporary Arts is collaborating with Weber...

Lunafest film festival celebrates women’s rights

Ally Nelson October 26, 2020

Weber State University’s Women’s Center presented their fifth annual Lunafest film festival Oct. 21. Lunafest features films by, for and about women.Of the 175 cities in the country who participate,...

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