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The newly completed renovation of the Ada Lindquist Plaza and Pond, added many aesthetic and environmental features to the pond.

Weber’s duck pond gets a facelift

Gretel Monjar, Asst. news editor January 9, 2024

The renovations of the Ada Lindquist Plaza and Pond that started in July 2023 are officially finished. The updates included aesthetic, practical and environmental improvements to the well-known “duck...

The newly completed renovation of the Ada Lindquist Plaza and Pond, added many aesthetic and environmental features to the pond.

El estanque de patos de Weber recibe un cambio de imagen

Gretel Monjar, Asst. Section Editor January 9, 2024

Las renovaciones de la plaza y estanque Ada Lindquist que empezaron en julio de 2023 oficialmente se completaron. Las actualizaciones incluyen mejoramientos estéticos, prácticos y de la naturaleza para...

Front of Marriott Health Sciences Building.

Weber’s new landscape cuts down water usage

McKinna Baird, Reporter September 12, 2023

Since Weber State University presented their new Water Action Plan, Facilities Management has taken a new approach to landscaping on campus. Xeriscaping, a landscaping style that prioritizes low water...

A duck pond do-over

Brisa Odenthal, News Editor August 28, 2023

Anyone on Weber State University’s campus in the past few weeks may have noticed some landscaping going on around the duck pond. The pond, which is usually full of water, plants, ducks and once even...

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...

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Water War 2018 pits Utah schools against each other

Kainoa Nunez October 18, 2018

The Utah Division of Water Resources (DWRe) began their third annual “H2Oath: Water-Wise Pledge” on Oct. 3. The school that wins will receive a $5,000 grant to the department or program that relates...

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