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Many photos of loved ones who have passed are set up on decorated tables, along with flowers and other colorful decorations, to remember those who have passed and to bring them back to the living world on the Day of the Dead. (Kennedy Robins/ The Signpost) Photo credit: Kennedy Robins

A celebration of life

Lexie Andrew November 3, 2021

Día de los Muertos is a Hispanic celebration of loved ones, both living and passed on, and is celebrated on Nov. 1 and 2. The Ogden community hosted a Día de los Muertos celebration on Oct. 29...

Members of The Ohana Association managing a booth about the organization. Photo credit: The Ohana Association

Uplifting minority groups through student clubs and organizations

Lissete Landaverde April 19, 2021

Starting college is not easy for anyone, especially for minorities, who may feel out of place and may not have the resources needed to get through the process. The Weber State Center of Multicultural Excellence...

A Latinx graduate walks across the stage with her child, a memorable moment during a past ceremony. Photo credit: LatinX Grad Ceremony

Hats off to WSU’s Latinx grads

Lissete Landaverde April 5, 2021

Graduating from college is a big deal for every student, and those from marginalized communities often feel its impact even more. The LatinX Grad Ceremony is a celebration for graduating Latinx or Hispanic...

Wildcat MicroFund is expanding their outreach to Spanish-speakers to better help the underrepresented Hispanic community. Photo credit: Suazo Business Center

Wildcat MicroFund branches out to help Spanish-speaking community

Lissete Landaverde March 15, 2021

There will come a time in life where one needs help, especially with future business endeavors. The Wildcat MicroFund is here to provide that help to aspiring entrepreneurs. The Wildcat MicroFund is a...

The many colors have their own symbolism that are also portrayed in the form of dancing. (Israel Campa / The Signpost) Photo credit: Signpost Archives

¡Vuelve el Ballet Folklórico al campus!

Andres Rodriguez October 19, 2020

Hace once años, los estudiantes de Mount Ogden Junior High querían tener un sentido de pertenencia y aprender más sobre sus tradiciones, raíces y cultura. Se creó el Ballet Mexicano...

Miniature flags representing Hispanic nations line the stage during the 2012 Hispanic Heritage Month celebration on Oct. 11, on Camp Mabry in Austin, Texas.  The celebration aims to acknowledge the contributions and achievements of Hispanic Americans in the Texas Military Forces and in the nation. Photo credit: Signpost Archives

Hispanic Heritage Month at WSU

Ally Nelson September 21, 2020

National Hispanic Heritage Month (HHM) was first proclaimed by former President George H. W. Bush on Sept. 14, 1989, so Americans could recognize the positive influence of Hispanic Americans through history...

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Celebrating our cultural heritage

Ingrid Oseguera September 16, 2016

It is important to talk about what culture is.At Weber State University, there are approximately 25,000 students traversing the campus. Of those students, 2,747 identify themselves as Latino or Hispanic.Weber...

With the support of my parents, my siblings and I were able to attend university. (Rosa Arambula / The Signpost)

Growing up Hispanic in the USA

Paula Ninataype September 15, 2016

I was born in Los Angeles, a diverse city full of people from all walks of life. I grew up in a neighborhood that was predominantly Hispanic, but even then, it was difficult to grow up Hispanic.My parents...

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Celebrating our cultural heritage

Charles Bowker September 15, 2016

It is important to talk about what culture is.At Weber State University, there are approximately 25,000 students traversing the campus. Of those students, 2,747 identify themselves as Latino or Hispanic.Weber...

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