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Día blanco Japonés : El amor en culturas diferentes

Nathanael Stout February 14, 2023

La mayoría de las personas asocian el día de San Valentín con regalos y chocolates románticos, pero en Japón y otras culturas asiáticas, ese día es una cuando se dan regalos a los amados, amigos...


Japanese White Day: Love in different cultures

Shania Emmett, Reporter February 14, 2023

Most people associate Valentine’s Day with giving chocolates and gifts romantically, but in Japan and other Asian cultures, Valentine's Day has been more thought of as a holiday for giving loved ones,...

Weber State University student Kolby Doxy in his armor while holding his wooden sword.

Weber State’s kendo club comes back

Collyn Cowles, Reporter February 7, 2023

After disbanding in 2013, Weber State University’s kendo club has returned to campus. Kendo is a Japanese martial art that involves striking opponents with bamboo swords while wearing protective armor....

With the music playing in the background, these performers enter the stage and start a traditional Chinese dragon dance. Photo credit: Hannah Moore

A dancing display of Asian cultures

Lexie Andrew February 7, 2022

The Asian Student Involvement Association at Weber State University held an Asian Cultural Performance, which celebrated the different cultures in Asia, on Feb. 4 at the Browning Center as the final event...

Members of the Weber State University Ballet Folklórico group prepare for a campus event during Weber State’s Hispanic Heritage Month celebration on Sept. 30. Photo credit: Weber State University


Joshua Kamp October 4, 2021

WSU Institutional Researchフォーラムによると、ウェバー州立大学は、学生人口の1%未満、つまり2020年には268人の学生が留学生で構成されているため、多様性のプールではないように思われるかもしれません。しかし、人種、民族性、宗教的信念、教育、社会階級における各人の多様な背景を説明するとき、WSUの学生、教職員は豊かな文化を持っています。Institutional...

The best cultural spots in Ogden

The best cultural spots in Ogden

Daryn Steed January 11, 2020

Let’s set the scene: It’s January. The magical glow of winter has worn off, and the snow is muddied and yellow. Classes have begun again, and you’re perpetually tired. You’re in...

STEM night lights up boxes and faces

STEM night lights up boxes and faces

Kainoa Nunez November 3, 2018

Weber State University hosted its ninth-consecutive Parent-Daughter Engineering Night on Oct. 26. It’s a way to help young girls get more involved in engineering, a predominately male field. Dana...

Held in the Shepherd Union Pillar Plaza, the event combines traditional Japanese dance and Zumba. (Joshua Wineholt / The Signpost)

Establishing cultural connections through dance

Ally Nelson March 28, 2018

Students from all different cultures joined together to dance to Japanese and Latin Zumba in the middle of the Shepherd Union lobby to celebrate culture through dance on March 23. The students began and...

From 140 to 280: Twitters expansion offers flexibility

From 140 to 280: Twitter’s expansion offers flexibility

Chris Nichols November 22, 2017

Have you ever had to shorten a tweet because you ran out of room? The new character count presents Twitter users with new space for creativity. When Twitter’s maximum character count for tweets was...

Wildcats take in some Japanese baseball

June 28, 2015

Weber's summer study abroad program to Japan took an interesting turn as students were allowed to participate in a game at Koshien Stadium in the Kansai Prefecture of southern Honshu. This was lead...

Japanese business students visit WSU

March 8, 2012

[media-credit name="Tyler Brown" align="alignright" width="300"][/media-credit]Students from Keio University, Japan visit a Japanese business language class on Wednesday. A group of Japanese business students...

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