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Police Blotter 11/14

Police Blotter 11/14

Sky Mundell, Asst. Section Editor November 14, 2023

On Oct. 25, the Weber State University Police Department responded to another instance of vandalism in the Stromberg Complex’s men’s locker room. This is the same location WSUPD found homophobic vandalism,...

Anwar Bermudez aids a student via email in the Registars office.

Finding jobs on campus

Megan Swann, Asst. Culture Editor September 5, 2023

As the semester starts to unfold, many students have to learn how to balance work and school. Working schedules around class can be difficult and commuting adds to an already long to-do list. One way to...

Louise Glück and Laura Stott having a conversation on poetry in Elizabeth Hall.

Poetry and prose with Louise Glück

Megan Swann, Reporter April 4, 2023

Students from schools across the nation were on Weber State University’s campus to attend the 38th National Undergraduate Literature Conference in Elizabeth Hall on March 30-April 1. This year’s keynote...

Anna Hobbs and Trisha Beckstead working on Nontraditional Student files. Taken Aug. 2021.

OPINION: Life as a nontraditional student

Tim Costello, Columnist March 28, 2023

“It is never too late” is something we hear often throughout our lives. It can be about accomplishing our dreams, trying new hobbies or even attending college. As a nontraditional student, it is a...

There are many computers available to students in the Computer Literacy Center, where students can come work on assignments, take tests and receive tutoring. (Kennedy Robins/ The Signpost)

The newest feed on computer literacy

Noah Lutman November 8, 2021

The computer literacy center at Weber State University provides further access to courses and instruction in computer programs for students, faculty and community members. The program was adapted from...

The 24th Annual Utah Humanities Book Fair encourages participants to unplug from technology and immerse into literature instead. Photo credit: Alex Guzman

Take a look inside the book festival

Raymond Lucas September 22, 2021

In a world where technology dominates free time, the 24th Annual Utah Humanities Book Festival encourages their participants to unplug and soak up the benefits of literature. The festival kicked off on...

The statue of Louis F. Moench, who is the founding president of Weber State Academy, now called Weber State University. (Nikki Dorber/The Signpost)

Who is who at WSU: Campus history and building names

Joshua Kamp April 19, 2021

Weber State University first opened its doors in 1889, long before it was ever known as WSU. Originally, it opened under the name Weber Stake Academy and has gone through a few name changes since then....

Police Blotter

Police Blotter

Jennifer Greenlee October 23, 2019

Drug violation An RA reported a drug violation at Wildcat Village on Oct. 20. Officers were dispatched to the room. The student confirmed he had been smoking marijuana. He gave officers a small bag of...

Mitchell Aardema filling out a survey after testing the game Path of the Watcher. (Marissa Wolford / The Signpost) Photo credit: Marissa Wolford

No matter your major, you can create video games

Kainoa Nunez March 21, 2019

A flyer in Elizabeth Hall offered free pizza, like many events on campus, but this flyer also offered Weber State University students an opportunity not many get: the chance to test a video game.Erick...

The esports lab is located in the community center at University Village. (Kelly Watkins / The Signpost)

Esports lab comes online

Ryan Marion September 7, 2018

The computer lab at University Village had its grand opening September 7, which includes an Esports lounge open to all registered students as well as standard computer lab equipment and services.According...

Photo credit: Chloe Walker

Promontory Landfill discussion raises environmental concerns

Joe Traub February 15, 2018

Weber State University hosted an event with the Friends of Great Salt Lake group designed to give individuals more information about the Promontory Landfill project on the shores of the Great Salt Lake. In...

A sign directs people to the Writing Center and DELC, which were moved due to the flooding. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Repairs underway after Elizabeth Hall pipe break

Ryan Marion January 25, 2018

A main water line near Weber State University’s Elizabeth Hall broke in the early morning on Jan. 22, flooding classes on the first floor and offices on the second.First floor classes were moved...

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