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People gather in Salt Lake City, Utah, for the annual Pride Parade (Sara Parker / The Signpost)

OPINION: Why we still need Pride

Breanna Hart July 12, 2021

Throughout the month of June, I wrote several columns highlighting certain events in the history of the LGBTQ community that have made an impact on where we are today. It’s been 51 years since the...

The early morning of March 22 saw protests breaking out across the U.K. in response to a new bill. (Pixabay) Photo credit: Pixabay

Do you know your news? March 23

Joshua Kamp March 22, 2021

1. Gov. Spencer Cox will open vaccine eligibility to all Utahns 16 and older on what new date, which is earlier than previously expected?a. March 24b. March 29c. April 1d. April 52. On March 22, violent...

Photo credit: Kylie Harris

High school students march to state capitol in protest of gun violence

Kylie Harris March 28, 2018

Students from across the state rallied together on March 24, marching from West High School to the Utah State Capitol in protest of the threat of gun violence in schools.This student-led protest was first...

Attendees of a party commemorating the 70th anniversary of Girls State hold up heart signs. ( Badr Almhaini /  The Signpost)

Girls State wraps up anniversary week

Brianne Hadley June 10, 2017

Each year, nearly 700 high school students gather to attend the Utah Boys and Girls State conferences. This year, Weber State University is hosting the 70th anniversary of the Girls State program. Girls...

El presidente Chuck Wight se dirige a la gente acerca de la financiación recibida para renovar el edificio de Social Science el 13 de marzo en el edificio de Wattis Business. (Emily Crooks / The Signpost)

El personal del estado de Weber discute los impactos de la sesión legislativa de Utah en 2017

Jennica Willden March 16, 2017

Los miembros del personal en Weber State se reunieron el 13 de marzo para discutir cómo la última sesión legislativa de Utah afectará a la universidad. El informe se llevó a cabo en el edificio...

Brad Mortensen, Vice President for University Advancement at WSU, answers a question from faculty following President Chuck Wights discussion on the universitys funding during a packed lecture hall in Wattis Business Building on March 13. (Emily Crooks / The Signpost)

2017 legislative session impacts home of the Wildcats

Jennica Willden March 16, 2017

Staff members at Weber State gathered on March 13 to discuss how Utah's most recent legislative session will affect the university. The most heavily discussed topic was the announcement to replace the...

Student elections to be revamped

April 12, 2015

The WSUSA Senate will be weighing changes to student elections in light of all the election blunders during the executive elections in March. Former Davis campus Sen. Tyler Hall wrote a proposal establishing...

When rights collide, equality must win

February 4, 2015

With the United States anticipating the Supreme Court's expected June announcement on same-sex marriage, The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints has chosen to take a stance supporting anti-discrimination...

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