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Honors for all

Tim Costello March 13, 2022

The Weber State University Honors Department offers many unique classes with different perspectives on a multitude of subjects. However, there has been a stigma surrounding this department, because some...

The Austad Auditorium, along with the Allred Theater, have undergone sound upgrades as part of the Browning Centers renovations. (Nikki Dorber/The Signpost)

Browning Center: back with class

Caitlyn Nichols September 8, 2021

After a full summer of construction and renovation, The Val A. Browning Center for the Performing Arts will be ready to present with its own new features and upgrades this fall. The first renovations are...

WSUs student diversity numbers broken down. Photo credit: Blythe Evans

Los números y las estrategias: tomando una mirada hacia la diversidad dentro de la Universidad

Andres Rodriguez April 19, 2021

Traducido por Andres RodriguezWeber State University se ha promocionado como una escuela que valora y fomenta la diversidad entre sus estudiantes. Con muchos recursos para estudiantes de todos los ámbitos...

Showcasing bonds in Sense and Sensibility

Showcasing bonds in Sense and Sensibility

Kierstynn King October 23, 2019

For two weekends in Octobers, the WSU theater department presented “Sense and Sensibility,” a play based on Jane Austen’s classic tale. Director Jennifer Kokai chose to portray Kate Hamill’s...

Weber production combats sexual assault

Weber production combats sexual assault

Kelly Watkins April 11, 2018

With the rising influence of the #MeToo movement and retaliation against sexual assault perpetrators, the unavoidable topic has reached WSU theater with its exclusive production of “Class of ‘94.” The...

Previews April 9–15

Previews April 9–15

Samantha Bunderson April 6, 2018

Class of '94"Class of '94" is WSU's final theatrical performance for the semester. Presented by the Telitha E. Lindquist College of Arts & Humanities, the show opens on April 10 and runs through April...


The art of all-ability: How the arts break down stereotypes surrounding people with disabilities

Melissa Jensen September 20, 2017

She was diagnosed with polio at the age of six and had her leg amputated after contracting gangrene, which left her confined to a wheelchair. Frida Kahlo went on to become an artist known for her artistic...

WSU combines ancient Egypt, technology in "The Comedy of Oedipus"

March 13, 2013

In the production "The Comedy of Oedipus," the audience will be taken back to ancient Egypt, where Egyptian Thebans are being tormented by an old problem — the Sphinx is eating people. Oedipus promises...

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