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Computer from the plastics lab that was left outside all summer and melted.

An update on the renovation of Engineering Technology building

Lexie Andrew, Culture Editor February 22, 2024

The Engineering Technology building is in the process of being remodeled, despite several setbacks. The remodel consists of two phases. Inside the building, there is a distinct line between the finished...

Computer from the plastics lab that was left outside all summer and melted.

Una actualización sobre la renovación de la escuela Técnica de Ingeniería

Maria Jose Mantilla and Lexie Andrew February 22, 2024

El edificio de Tecnología de Ingeniería está en proceso de remodelación, a pesar de varios contratiempos. La remodelación consta de dos fases. Dentro del edificio, hay una línea clara entre la...

A creative clock inside Elizabeth Hall room 207.

La resolución del misterio de los relojes

Mariano Martinez Martinez, Traductor October 3, 2023

Encontrar un reloj en una clase de Weber State University no está siempre asegurado, e incluso cuando hay uno, no hay garantía de que muestre la hora correcta. Los estudiantes y el personal docente y...

A creative clock inside Elizabeth Hall room 207.

Clocking out of Weber State

Gracie Stephenson, Reporter October 3, 2023

Finding a clock in a classroom at Weber State University isn’t always a sure thing, and even when a clock is present, there’s no guarantee that it displays the correct time. Students, faculty and staff...

Pamphlets containing more information about the Intermountain Sustainability Summit for those attending the Summit.

Weber State hosts the Intermountain Sustainability Summit

Brisa Odenthal, Reporter March 30, 2023

Weber State University hosted the Intermountain Sustainability Summit on March 23 and 24 in the Shepherd Union Building. The summit featured multiple environmentalist speakers who spoke on issues relating...

Valve repairs related to the demolition have begun new issues for campus life. (Robert Lewis / The Signpost)

Emergency valve repairs in progress

Adam Rubin June 14, 2021

Many buildings in the main core of Weber State University’s campus were not able to be cooled after the campus was impacted by two seized valves near the Science Lab demolition, which effectively...

Solar panels on the roof of FMB. (Source: Weber State University Facilities Management)

WSU in hot pursuit of carbon neutrality

Doug Manifold July 25, 2016

Weber State University is moving toward carbon neutrality and a long-term environmentally sustainable campus. In 2007, WSU joined the American College and University President’s Climate Commitment,...

Construction is underway for water wells, just north of Stewart Stadium. The wells are part of Weber States effort to save energy. (Emily Crooks / The Signpost)

WSU welcomes wells

Jasmine Pittman June 6, 2016

Construction on the Weber State University campus is nothing new to students. However, the construction currently taking place at the top of campus near Lind Lecture Hall and the Stewart Stadium is definitely...

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