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Lexie Andrew at National Model United Nations in the town hall of  Erfurt, Germany.

Lessons learned

April 9, 2024

I have had many opportunities through my time here at Weber State University and in life. I have learned valuable skills and lessons that I will continue to use for the rest of my life. One of these lessons...

Main clock tower in Urbino, Italy. Photo taken in June 2023. 

El torre de reloj principal en Urbino, Italia. La foto es de junio 2023.

New travel requirements to Europe

Lexie Andrew, Culture Editor March 28, 2024

Two big changes are coming to international travel, with both the introduction of the European Travel Information and Authorization System and the potential for a new passport agency in Utah. Utah has...

Queen Elizabeth released a message for the 70th anniversary of her accession to the throne. Photo credit: MGN

Do you know your news? Feb. 8

Alexandrea Bonilla February 7, 2022

1. How many Weber County high school seniors are candidates in the U.S. Presidential Scholars Program?a. Oneb. Threed. Nined. Six2. Queen Elizabeth released a message for the 70th anniversary of her accession...

Adrienne Andrews, AVP for Diversity & Chief Diversity Officer at Weber State University, offers a brief introduction for Ruth Kapp Hartz on April 8. (Brooklynn Kilgore/The Signpost) Photo credit: Brooklynn Kilgore

The Holocaust through the eyes of a survivor

Lissete Landaverde April 12, 2021

Ruth Kapp Hartz, a Holocaust survivor, was the keynote speaker for Weber State University's Holocaust Remembrance Week on April 8. The theme for this year's Holocaust Remembrance is "be the light in the...

The USA- 1 bobsled team, including driver Steven Holcomb, front, celebrate as they enter the finish area during the four-man bobsled event at the Winter Olympics in Sochi, Russia, on Sunday, Feb. 23, 2014. (Mark Reis/Colorado Springs Gazette/MCT)

The Signpost guide to Olympic Sports

Jake Mcmahon January 31, 2018

When it comes to the Winter Olympics, the bobsledding and luge events captivate their audiences and for an understandable reason — it’s professional sledding. Athletes from nations around...

Lise Meitner dedicated her life studies to radioactivity and contributed to the discovery of nuclear fission. (Source: Wikimedia Commons)

Women in science, snubbed by history

Kellie Plumhof March 14, 2017

Women have made abundant contributions to science, but there is a serious lack of knowledge about these contributions and the women themselves.For example, when you peer up into the night sky, you may...

Students study abroad through opportunities offered at Weber State Universitys Study Abroad office. (The Signpost Archives)

Wildcats wander the world for Study Abroad

Larissa Jiron November 3, 2016

Did you know that you have the opportunity to travel to various parts of the world with cheap expenses and receive school credit? Experiencing a new culture, is an amazing memory to have and making lifelong...

Weber State University holds Study Abroad Fair on Sept 28. (Photo Illustration / The Signpost Archives)

Ghana, Grenada and Guatemala come closer to Wildcats

Ben Brandley October 2, 2016

The world opened up to students and potential travelers at Weber State University students at the Study Abroad Fair on Sept. 28. WSU advisors set up booths in the Shepherd Union, inviting students to become...

'The Lubitsch Touch' film series shares historical masterpieces

February 26, 2015

Laughter filled the Wildcat Theater earlier on Tuesday night as a black-and-white silent comedy filled the movie screen. As the lights dimmed, a German silent film called “The Mountain Cat” took...

Visiting professor discusses the Cold War

September 11, 2014

Georg Schild, a visiting professor from Tubingen University in Germany, will be teaching a seven-week course discussing the Cold War here at Weber State University. Many of the students and professors...

Wildcat moves on to German Pro B

August 17, 2012

Two years ago, Weber State University’s Lindsey Hughey played his last game at the Dee Events Center. While the careers of many student-athletes end after graduation, Hughey is still playing. Hughey...

A taste of Germany

October 25, 2011

[media-credit name="Amanda Lewark" align="alignright" width="200"][/media-credit]Many believe that Oktoberfest is just about drinking beer and eating bratwursts, but it’s also a celebration of German...

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