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The statue of Louis F. Moench, who is the founding president of Weber State Academy, now called Weber State University. (Nikki Dorber/The Signpost)

Who is who at WSU: Campus history and building names

Joshua Kamp April 19, 2021

Weber State University first opened its doors in 1889, long before it was ever known as WSU. Originally, it opened under the name Weber Stake Academy and has gone through a few name changes since then....

John E. Lindquist stands next to a design plan for Lindquist Hall, a renovation of WSUs Social Science Building. Lindquist donated $5 million for the project. (Source: Weber State University)

Weber receives funds to remodel Social Science building

Chris Nichols March 12, 2017

Last week, the Utah State Legislature approved funding to much-needed upgrades for the Weber State Social Science Building. For the remodel, the legislature approved $14 million for the 2017–18...

Utah State Legislature gives approval for Weber State University to start redesigning the Social Science Building. (Lindsey Parkinson / The Signpost) Photo credit: Lindsey Parkinson

State Legislature approves re-design but not funding of Social Science Building

Lindsey Parkinson March 17, 2016
Weber feels "cautiously optimistic" about the Legislature's approval to move ahead with the re-design phase of WSU's Social Science Building, in hopes that we will be granted funding next year.
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