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Brad Mortensen and other professors held a town hall to address student concerns and announce exciting news. (Steven Clift / The Signpost)

Resilience of student organizations and election civility at town hall

Joshua Kamp November 2, 2020

President Brad Mortensen acknowledged the difficulties of this school year so far and showed appreciation to student organizations that have carried on in spite of restrictions during a Town Hall meeting...

The Great Gatsby was shown on the big screen on the field of Stewart Stadium. (Paige McKinnon/ The Signpost) Photo credit: Paige Mckinnon

Stay-at-home homecoming 2020

Joshua Kamp October 12, 2020

Francia Henriquez Benson, Adam Rubin and Marisa Nelson all also contributed to this story.Homecoming events didn’t escape the changes COVID-19 guidelines have imposed on fall 2020. Many of the events...

Art with chalk covered areas of Davis Campus sidewalks to start off Homecoming 2020.  (Nikki Dorber / The Signpost)

For some WSU students, stay-at-home homecoming lacks the appeal

Francia Benson October 7, 2020

Due to COVID-19, much has been moved to a virtual format, including WSU Homecoming. But for some, participating through Zoom doesn't sound very appealing. Students, especially freshmen, look forward to...

The Weber State Wildcat football team runs onto the field before the game 2019 Homecoming game begins while pyrotechnics erupt in the background. (Kalie Pead / The Signpost) Photo credit: Signpost Archives

The Wildcats sharpen their claws, waiting to return to the gridiron

Miles Shaw October 5, 2020

Homecoming Week has arrived for the Wildcats. The week usually consists of festivities draped in Weber State purple and a hard-hitting Wildcat football game capping off the week, but due to the pandemic...

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