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COVID-19 doesn’t take a backseat just because you’re tired of it

Jennifer Greenlee November 30, 2020

Before Thanksgiving, I was working on a column about how we need to stay safe but change the narrative. I wanted to tell people to put COVID-19 further down in news stories and keep it out of the lead....

Weber State is offering COVID-19 testing in Ballroom C of the Shepherd Union Building. (BriElle Harker / The Signpost) Photo credit: BriElle Harker

WSU tests students weekly

Sarah Earnshaw November 11, 2020

WSU will be providing COVID-19 tests for students to be tested weekly as directed by Gov. Gary Herbert. Video created by Sarah Earnshaw.

WSU implements new guidelines

Jennifer Greenlee November 9, 2020

Starting on Nov. 16, Weber State University will have COVID-19 tests for the campus community to be tested on a weekly basis.Gov. Gary Herbert announced on Nov. 8 that all universities would need to have...

Gov. Gary Herbert announces new COVID-19 regulations for the state, including a state-wide mask mandate. Photo credit: Wikimedia Commons

Gov. Gary Herbert announces new mandates in struggle with COVID-19

Jennifer Greenlee November 8, 2020

In an address to the state, Gov. Gary Herbert announced four new COVID-19 precautionary measures to be implemented in Utah. He also declared a state of emergency for Utah in response to the rising hospitalizations...

Due to Covid-19 the main ogden campus has been much emptier than past semesters. (Emily Crooks / The Signpost) Photo credit: Signpost Archives

The latest updates on coronavirus on campus and surrounding areas

Francia Benson October 26, 2020

As of Oct. 26, Utah has reported a total of 104,882 COVID-19 cases, according to the Utah government’s website. Davis, Morgan and Weber counties, where most Weber State University students reside,...

Do you know your news?

Marisa Nelson June 18, 2020

1.) Ogden has announced plans to reduce electricity and natural gas consumption by the year _____. a. 2021b. 2025c. 2030d. 20232. Coronavirus has killed over 115,000 people in the U.S....

WSU moves to moderate-risk stage regarding COVID-19. (Pixabay).

WSU keeps moderate risk precautions

Marisa Nelson May 25, 2020

COVID-19 and its effects have been the number one topic on everyone’s mind for months. Each day brings new changes, and the unknown continues to loom over the world. As recovery continues to happen...

How a pandemic affects Ogdens Historic 25th Street

How a pandemic affects Ogden’s Historic 25th Street

Adam Rubin April 20, 2020

Historic 25th Street in downtown Ogden looks a lot like an old-fashioned Main Street, U.S.A., with locally-owned shops lining both sides of the street and business owners watching out for one another when...

WSU suspends classes until March 17. (Pixabay).

WSU suspends classes until March 17, goes online after

Jennifer Greenlee March 12, 2020

Weber State University announced that all classes will move to an online only format starting on Wednesday, March 18 through the end of spring semester at 10:40 a.m. on March 12 to limit the spread of...

Local activism led to the repeal of last years controversial tax bill, which would have increased state tax on food. (Photo by Alexander Mils on Unsplash)

Controversial Utah tax bill repealed

Caitlyn Nichols January 30, 2020

The Utah Legislature voted to repeal a controversial tax bill on the second day of the Utah Legislative Session after a petition against the bill received 152,000 signatures. The tax change bill, which...

Josh Davis receiving the ball from Jake Constantine. (Bella Torres / The Signpost)

WSU’s Josh Davis named Utah Male Athlete of the Year

Christian Johnson March 13, 2019

Weber State University freshman Josh Davis has been named Utah’s Collegiate Male Athlete of the Year by the Utah Sports Commission as part of the Governor's State of Sports Awards. Davis, a Sandy...

Achievement unlocked: surviving game development

Achievement unlocked: surviving game development

Cameron Gifford December 7, 2018

It’s hard to be a video game developer, especially in Utah. Even someone relatively familiar with the game industry could be forgiven for not realizing development happens in Utah at all. Most...

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