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The newly completed renovation of the Ada Lindquist Plaza and Pond, added many aesthetic and environmental features to the pond.

El estanque de patos de Weber recibe un cambio de imagen

Gretel Monjar, Asst. Section Editor January 9, 2024

Las renovaciones de la plaza y estanque Ada Lindquist que empezaron en julio de 2023 oficialmente se completaron. Las actualizaciones incluyen mejoramientos estéticos, prácticos y de la naturaleza para...

Both mayoral candidates shake hands at the end of the Oct. 19 debate.

WSU hosts Ogden’s mayoral debate

Lucas Moore, Reporter October 26, 2023

The Walker Institute of Politics and Public Service at Weber State University hosted the Ogden mayoral debate between Taylor Knuth and Ben Nadolski on Oct. 19 in Lindquist Hall. Nadolski, an Ogden City...

Both mayoral candidates shake hands at the end of the Oct. 19 debate.

WSU organiza debate por la Alcaldía de Ogden

Mariano Martinez Martinez, Traductor October 26, 2023

El Instituto de Política y Servicio Público Walker de Weber State University celebró el debate de Ogden por la alcaldía entre Taylor Knuth y Ben Nadolski el 19 de octubre. en Lindquist Hall. Nadolski,...

Overlooking view of the current construction taking place at the David O. Mckay Education Building.

McKay Education construction update

Tim Costello, Reporter October 17, 2023

Since the conclusion of the 2023 Spring semester, Weber State University’s David O. McKay Education Building has been under construction, as part of a heavy renovation process. It has gone through...

A photo of police lights on top of a police patrol car.

Police Blotter 9/26

Sky Mundell, Asst. Section Editor September 26, 2023

Mystery marijuana At around 10:30 p.m. on Sept. 11, the Weber State University Police Department was dispatched to Stewart Wasatch Hall in Wildcat Village to investigate a report made about an odor of...

The statue of the founder and first president of Weber State University, Louis Fredrick Moench, that sits at the bottom of campus. The statue is said to bring good luck before an exam by rubbing his right foot.

OPINION: Superstitions around campus

Terra Bell, Columnist August 28, 2023

From my time at Weber State University, I have heard of three widespread superstitions. And for those new to campus, I shall enlighten you. Before we look at superstitions, it would be helpful to have...

Police Blotter 4/6

Police Blotter 4/6

Sky Mundell, Reporter April 6, 2023

Phantom child On March 28, WSUPD dispatch had received a 911 call from what had sounded like a child, the call was traced to an area approximately surrounding the W7 parking lot. They told dispatch that...

Plants once grown under the Salt Lake have now surfaced and dried up.

Wilson’s water warning

Hunter Lindsey, Reporter November 8, 2022

Weber State University students, faculty and community members gathered in the Lindquist Hall on Nov. 4 to discuss the growing concern over the state of the Great Salt Lake. Utah Rep. Brad Wilson presented...

Dried and cracked salt flats formed from the dried up areas of the Great Salt Lake.

The drying times of The Great Salt Lake

Hunter Lindsey, Reporter November 3, 2022

The once “Great” Salt Lake is dying, the Utah Division of Wildlife Services revealed in a report. The report notes that the lake has lost 44% of its surface area since 1875. DWR also estimates water...

El Gran Lago Seco

Marianna Lopez Luritta, Translator November 3, 2022

El una vez llamdo "Gran" Lago Salado está muriendo, según ha revelado la División de Servicios de Vida Silvestre de Utah en un informe. El informe señala que el lago ha perdido el 44% de su superficie...

The front of Lindquist Hall building. (Kennedy Camarena/ The Signpost)

Open house of history

Sky Mundell, Reporter September 22, 2022

On Sept. 21, Weber State University’s Department of History hosted an open house event in the Lindquist Hall for current and prospective students to discuss the benefits and opportunities that come with...

Weber State University clock tower with fireworks behind it on July 17, 2022. (Kennedy Robins/ The Signpost)

Lighting up Lindquist

Coby Crisler, Reporter July 18, 2022

Family and friends gathered on Weber State University’s campus as dark clouds swirled above. The 43rd Lindquist Pops Concert was held at Weber State University on July 17. The event was meant to consist...

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