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Analeah Vaughn (right) the Sustainability Coordinator and Green Department Program Manager at WSU, and Korynn Martinez (left) a student sustainability coordinator at the sustainability office at WSU promote the Clear the Air ‘23 challenge, Jan. 31.

Community air care

Adam Rubin, Reporter February 21, 2023

Weber State University’s commitment to environmental sustainability is well-known among the Wildcat Family. The campus goal of being carbon-neutral by 2040 is supported by the “Clear the Air Challenge,”...

Weber State hosts a clothing swap in the Shepherd Union, where Jasmyne Olsen and Kayla Griffin look through a box of books that were donated. Photo credit: Summer Muster

A cause worth thrifting for

ezra striley-weinman February 7, 2022

Weber State University’s sustainability-focused clubs joined together Feb. 1-2 to host a free clothing swap. The clubs received 541 pounds of clothing donations from the Ogden community and WSU students...

Students participate in the Sept. 9 xeriscaping project in front of Tracy Hall. (Marisa Nelson/The Signpost)

Xeriscaping for a better Utah

Marisa Nelson September 28, 2019

Xeriscaping is becoming a popular practice in Utah since it is the second driest state in the U.S. Because of the lack of available water, it is essential that residents of the state know how to conserve...

Photo credit: (Madison Osborn/The Signpost)

12 years to doomsday

Weston Lee October 30, 2018

Nearly 99 percent of the world's coral reefs are expected to be killed off according to an Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change (IPCC) report released Oct. 8. These consequences, outlined among others...


Quality air needs quality care

Brittany Fuhs April 4, 2018

“I really love the idea of being able to breathe in clean air,” Analeah Vaugn said. “I came today to hear what others have to say regarding our air and learn about what we can do to change...

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Climate change documentary attempts to salvage humanity

Kierstynn King November 4, 2017

Weber State University's Environmental Ambassadors club joined with SPARK to showcase a documentary on climate change on Oct. 27. The documentary was titled "How to Let Go of the World and Love All the...

Students go through donated clothes at Weber State University at the Holiday Free Swap. Items that were left over will be donated to Savers, which will collect money for Weber Cares Food Pantry. (Ben Brandley / The Signpost)

Sustainable Sharing Sweeps Weber

Ben Brandley November 18, 2016

The spirit of sharing and gratitude touched down at Weber State during the Environmental Ambassadors’ Holiday Free Swap from Nov. 14–16.The goal of the swap meet was to raise awareness of sustainability...

Weber State University holds a senate meeting in fall 2015. Two new senators have been ratified to this years WSUSA Supreme Court. (The Signpost Archives)

News briefs: New WSUSA senators, FAFSA frenzy, holiday free swap

Ben Brandley November 9, 2016

New WSUSA Senators Sworn-inThe WSUSA Supreme Court swore in two new senators on Oct. 31.Julio Otay was ratified as the new Hispanic Students Senator, and Kevin McFadden became the new senator representing...

El Department of Access & Diversity de WSU lanza un movimiento para ayudar a los estudiantes a completar Free Application for Financial Student Aid. (Source:

Noticias: Nuevos senadores de WSUSA, FAFSA Frenzy, Holiday Free Swap

Ben Brandley November 8, 2016

  Read this in English Nuevos Senadores de WSUSA tomaron juramento En la corte suprema de WSUSA, hay dos nuevos senadores el 31 de octubre. Julio Otay fue ratificado como el nuevo senador...

Trees bursting with white florets line the walkway to the Stewart Library. (Christina Huerta/The Signpost)

Trees to be planted to spruce up WSU

Delaney Woodfield April 17, 2016

Weber State University, with the help of local elementary students, will be planting trees by WSU’s Stewart Stadium on April 20. WSU’s own Environmental Ambassadors will be hosting the event in celebration...

Recycling Shouldnt be Limited to One Day

Recycling Shouldn’t be Limited to One Day

Tanoya Poulsen December 2, 2015

There are over 30 days in a year dedicated to serving our planet. Over the weekend on Nov. 15 American's got the chance to celebrate planet Earth by recycling on America Recycles Day. The day...

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