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Give a Valentine’s to the environment and carpool

Joselyn Salazar, Reporter February 6, 2024

The Department of Energy and Sustainability is fighting back against greenhouse gas emissions on campus by hosting a carpool speed dating event. The goal of the event is to help students who commute to...

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...

Pamphlets containing more information about the Intermountain Sustainability Summit for those attending the Summit.

Weber State hosts the Intermountain Sustainability Summit

Brisa Odenthal, Reporter March 30, 2023

Weber State University hosted the Intermountain Sustainability Summit on March 23 and 24 in the Shepherd Union Building. The summit featured multiple environmentalist speakers who spoke on issues relating...

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...

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

Documentarian Larry Confino visits WSU

Cooper Hatsis, Reporter March 30, 2023

Independent documentary filmmaker, producer and director Larry Confino visited Weber State University on March 23 and 24 in promotion of his recent films. Confino is an alum from New York University’s...

Hey Waldo, can we go thrift shopping?

Brisa Odenthal, Reporter January 26, 2023

Weber State University’s Energy and Sustainability Office is hosting a swap meet on Jan. 25 and 26. WSU’s students, faculty and community have been able to participate by donating or receiving items...

Art piece called Finial. This piece displays an aeronautical nose cone with anodized aluminum finials screwed in.

Exhibit A-nthropocene

Coby Crisler, Reporter September 8, 2022

Constructs for the Anthropocene is the new exhibit in the Mary Elizabeth Dee Shaw Gallery. The artist, Buster Simpson, describes it as “… a compilation of studio public art projects addressing some...

Weber State University instructor Blair Newbold shows students from Roy High School around the electric vehicle garage at Weber States Davis Campus on Sept. 17. Photo credit: Weber State University

Going electric with automotive mechanics

Claire Young October 25, 2021

The Automotive Strategic Workforce Initiative at Weber State University is a new program designed to prepare automotive and engineering students to operate on electric and hybrid vehicles in the workforce.The...

The Clear the Air Challenge was designed to lower Utah air pollution and lasts all of February. (Photo by Patrick Hendry on Unsplash)

Drive less, win money

Francia Benson January 30, 2020

The Clear the Air Challenge is a month long challenge held every February, which has been taken up by Weber State University to help motivate its students. This year's challenge is aiming to eliminate...

Campus mountains in 2020, following a dry winter. (BriElle Harker / The Signpost)

Snow problem? Big problem.

Francia Benson January 23, 2020

If you've been looking for snow in Utah, it's been harder to find since 1995.Dr. Marek Matyjasik, professor of environmental geosciences at WSU, explains that it is normal to have snow fluctuation. However,...

Marek Matyjasik researches chemical reactions with water and mineral surfaces. He has received the Fulbright Scholarship to go to Poland and teach geology. (Press release from weber.edu on March 21)

From the ground up: WSU professor attains international acclaim

Nic Muranaka March 29, 2019

Matt - e - yah - shick. That's how you pronounce Dr. Marek Matyjasik's last name, the first skill students at Warsaw University will have to practice when he travels there early next year as Weber State...

As ice glaciers melt, denials of climate continue to burn

As ice glaciers melt, denials of climate continue to burn

Daryn Steed February 21, 2019

I was standing in front of the Sólheimajökull glacier in 2018, lacing my boots before we started our climb to a wall a few hundred yards up the ice. Our guide was telling us the height of the...

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