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A crowd of students dancing and singing with the band at the Light the W event in 2022.

Lighting a tradition

Lucas Moore, Reporter October 12, 2023

Weber State University held its annual “Light the W” event in the Stewart Bell Tower Plaza on Oct. 9, from 6 to 8 p.m. Wildcats from all corners of WSU came to kick off homecoming week with this four-year-old...

A creative clock inside Elizabeth Hall room 207.

La resolución del misterio de los relojes

Mariano Martinez Martinez, Traductor October 3, 2023

Encontrar un reloj en una clase de Weber State University no está siempre asegurado, e incluso cuando hay uno, no hay garantía de que muestre la hora correcta. Los estudiantes y el personal docente y...

A creative clock inside Elizabeth Hall room 207.

Clocking out of Weber State

Gracie Stephenson, Reporter October 3, 2023

Finding a clock in a classroom at Weber State University isn’t always a sure thing, and even when a clock is present, there’s no guarantee that it displays the correct time. Students, faculty and staff...

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...

Weber State University Master Police Officer Cameron Kapetanov, Donny Archuleta, and Lt. Cody Brenchley talking about the status of a Freon chemical leak in the Shepherd Union building.

BREAKING NEWS: Freon leak in Stewart Library

Tim Costello, News editor August 30, 2022

Update: The Stewart Library has reopened to faculty, staff and students as of Aug. 30, 3 p.m., after being evacuated due to a Freon leak. The third floor of the building stills remains closed.   Students’...

The summer semester on WSUs campus was quiet, but not silent when it came to crime.

Summer 2022 Police Blotter

Lucas Moore and Breanna Hart August 29, 2022

Weber State University’s campus this summer was pretty safe overall, but the summer months still had hints of affliction. Our campus safety is a big priority of the university police, and we are most...

The Wildcat Express logo on the bus shelter in the Dee Events Center parking lot. Photo credit: Marisa Nelson

OGX spells trouble for campus shuttle

Marisa Nelson November 15, 2021

The Wildcat Express, the campus shuttle that has been in operation for over 40 years, includes faithful employees Brent Hansen, Wildcat Express shuttle driver, and Ross LaRue, assistant fleet manager,...

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Police blotter Oct. 1

Joshua Kamp September 29, 2021

RIP HankWSU officers were notified about a moose roaming campus on Sept. 22 around 1:30 p.m. Officers and a game warden monitored the moose near the duck pond area. Officers were unsuccessful in attempts...

Weber State stays strong on sustainability education

Adam Rubin September 3, 2021

Weber State University’s Sustainability Practices and Research Center is a resource designed to educate students, faculty, staff, alumni and the broader community on the environment and sustainability...

Tractors and other equipment for the construction are seen all over campus as a result of the construction. (Bella Torres / The Signpost)

Bus rapid transit system begins to take shape on campus

Adam Rubin August 27, 2021

In late 2023, Weber State University's Bus Rapid Transit system will be finished, if all goes according to plan. The idea of creating such a transportation project has bounced around for roughly 20 years,...

Valve repairs related to the demolition have begun new issues for campus life. (Robert Lewis / The Signpost)

Emergency valve repairs in progress

Adam Rubin June 14, 2021

Many buildings in the main core of Weber State University’s campus were not able to be cooled after the campus was impacted by two seized valves near the Science Lab demolition, which effectively...

Highlighting WSUPDs reports of the week. Photo credit: Pixaby

Police Blotter Feb. 26

Jennifer Greenlee February 24, 2021

Dummies using dummiesTwo kids were in Stewart Stadium on Feb. 21 using training dummies with no other supervision. They walked away from the officer when they began to approach and left. The officer did...

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