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Jessica Oyler, Vice President for Student Access & Success, addresses WSU Senate. (AJ Handley/The Signpost)

Senate Meeting 10/16

Parham Kermani, Reporter October 24, 2023

On Oct. 16, Weber State University's student senate heard several controversial issues at their weekly meeting. The meeting hosted an open issues forum where students could voice their opinions about...

Updates on the vandalism incidents being given at the meeting.

Recent vandalism on campus sparks student involvement

Brisa Odenthal, Section Editor October 17, 2023

On Oct. 10, Weber State University was alerted to graffiti in the parking lot of the Dee Events Center. A stop sign in the parking lot was defiled with the N-word and the signature of the vandal. With...

The Stewart Center located at the Weber State Davis campus where the vandalism took place. Photo taken in May, 2020.

Swastika found on Davis Campus

Brisa Odenthal, News Editor October 10, 2023

On Oct. 5, Weber State University was informed of a crossed-out swastika etched next to a Star of David found on a table on the Davis Campus. After receiving knowledge of the etching, WSU sent an email...

The Dow Jones Industrial Average dramatically dropped due to the Ukrainian-Russian Conflict.

Do you know your news? Feb. 22

Alexandrea Bonilla February 18, 2022

1. Why are truck drivers and far-right political groups protesting in Ottawa, Canada, and blocking the Ambassador Bridge that links Ontario to Detroit, Michigan?a. They are protesting the 2020 electionb....

Ogden is full of artistic talent, found in every form of art, including graffiti. Photo credit: Hannah Moore

Tags of the town

Hannah Moore February 14, 2022

Graffiti has been around since the dawn of time when ancient civilizations painted stories depicting hunting trips and conquering tribes on cave walls. In the early 1900s, graffiti turned into a means...

Photo credit: Pixabay

Police Blotter Oct. 19

Joshua Kamp October 18, 2021

Oh, deer!There was an animal complaint on campus on Oct. 5. A small deer was stuck in the fence near the Wattis Building. An officer pulled the deer out of the fence and did not notice any injuries to...

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